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  • Canton Chamber honors six companies with business awards

    April 1, 2019

    Canton Rep. Canton Chamber names award winners Six area companies are recipients of the Business Excellence Awards presented annually by the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce. The 2019 winners are:   Agile Networks, Canton;   Coastal Pet Products, A [...]

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  • The ‘Rust Belt’ No More

    March 31, 2019

    Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian. In real estate, as the old adage goes, it’s all about “location, location, location.” If last year’s U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) natural gas liquids (NGLs) report put the Appalachian region on the map, a more recent update serves as a big, bright neon “wel [...]

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  • ‘World-Scale’ Petrochemical Plant Planned in Belmont County

    March 31, 2019

    Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian. If the development of a “world-scale” petrochemical plant in Belmont County comes to fruition, the economic impact will be felt far and wide in this region, according to experts in the gas and oil industry. Dan Alfaro of Energy In Depth - Ohio referred to what h [...]

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  • Community Leaders Prepare for Cracker Plant Reality

    March 31, 2019

    Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian. Community leaders on both sides of the Ohio River want to ensure the local region is prepared if an ethane cracker plant proposed for Belmont County becomes a reality. PTT Global Chemical America and its partner, Daelim Industrial Co., have acquired the necessary pr [...]

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  • Belmont Cracker Plant Would Impact Economy Throughout Eastern Ohio

    March 31, 2019

    Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian. Nicholas A. Homrighausen, executive director of Community and Economic Development in Harrison County, considers economic growth in broad terms and long terms. And he says the development of a world-scale petrochemical plant in Belmont County has the potential to chang [...]

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  • Rover Pipeline Paid $4 Million to Wood County in 2018

    March 31, 2019

    Bowling Green Sentinel-Tribune. The Rover Pipeline paid more than $4 million to Wood County in annual property taxes for 2018, with more than $69 million paid across the state, according to a press release issued by the company. Across the full four-state project, the pipeline paid nearly $73 mi [...]

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