Bryce Custer, NAI ORC, comments that JobsOhio’s latest grant for the PTTGC cracker plant is making the plant construction one step closer. Custer stated, “I predict that construction on the PTTGC cracker plant will begin when Bechtel is able to move workers from the Shell cracker plant in Monaca, Pennsylvania to Dilles Bottom, Ohio. Ohio’s economic development arm has awarded its largest grant ever for site work for a massive, multibillion-dollar petrochemical plant being considered for eastern Ohio, Kallanish Energy reports. READ MORE >
My good friend, Rick Stouffer, has written a superb article which outlines the opportunities coming to the Ohio River Valley. The Valley has world class infrastructure for the petrochemical industry. The roads, rail and river are second to none in the U.S. That’s why Shell is in Monaca, Beaver County, Pennsylvania and PTTGC is going into Dilles Bottom, Belmont County, Ohio. I have been a strong proponent of the Ohio River Valley as the ideal location for chemical and plastics companies to locate in order take advantage of these opportunities. READ MORE >
With one ethane cracker plant nearing completion and another inching closer to a construction announcement, Commercial real estate specialist Bryce Custer told Steubenville business leaders last Monday they’re right where any entrepreneur would want to be: In the middle.
“The natural gas industry in the Appalachian Basin will see a major transformation with the Rice brothers taking over the leadership at EQT,” commented Bryce Custer, one of the leading commercial realtors in the Appalachian Basin. Custer thinks drilling activity will become more focused in the Southwestern Pennsylvania and Southeastern Ohio. “We’ll be tracking activity,” stated Custer.
The millennial who’s taken the top job at the largest U.S. natural gas producer is a former All-American college baseball player turned shale tycoon. READ MORE >
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