Alberta dangles petrochemical incentives
Energy Minister Mel Knight said as many as six new petrochemical projects were holding for release of province’s incentive program
For Petroleum News
As many as six new petrochemical projects are on the verge of proceeding now that the Alberta government has taken steps to improve security of access to ethane, the province’s sole feedstock.
The long-awaited policy offers 10 years of incentives to keep value-added production and the consumption of....
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