Alabama Proves That U.S. Deep South Has Deep Pockets for Spending on Chemical Plants, an Industrial Info News Alert

Alabama Proves That U.S. Deep South Has Deep Pockets for Spending on Chemical 
Plants, an Industrial Info News Alert 
SUGAR LAND, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 09/26/13 --  Researched by
Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- Plans to invest
billions of dollars in plant growth projects around the U.S. have
centered primarily on the shale formations in the Northeast, the
Midwest and the Southwest regions, which produce an inexpensive
natural gas. The power-player states of Texas and Louisiana have
overshadowed the southwest reason for some time; however, Industrial
Info is tracking 36 Chemical Processing Industry projects in Alabama
with a potential spending of $1.7 billion. 
Other companies featured: BP plc (NYSE:BP) 
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