Issue Date: October 20, 2014
Ethylene Planned For North Dakota
A newly formed company, Badlands NGL, has unveiled plans to build a $4 billion ethylene cracker and polyethylene complex in North Dakota that would tap into the hydrocarbon riches being extracted from shale in the state.
Badlands intends to build an ethane-based ethylene cracker as well as downstream polyethylene plants with 1.5 million metric tons of annual capacity by the end of 2017. The project would be a first for North Dakota, . . .
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