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Chemical Industry Representative Says Main Pass Project Can Help Alleviate Natural Gas Shortfall

The New Orleans City Business reports on the U.S. chemical industry’s demand for natural gas. According to Dan Borne, president of the Louisiana Chemical Association, Freeport-McMoRan’s Main Pass Energy Hub, which was approved by the Maritime Administrat
January 21, 2007

The New Orleans City Business reports on the U.S. chemical industry’s demand for natural gas. According to Dan Borne, president of the Louisiana Chemical Association, Freeport-McMoRan’s Main Pass Energy Hub, which was approved by the Maritime Administration earlier this month, can help meet demand while decreasing natural gas prices. “The U.S. chemical industry consumes more energy than Mexico, more electricity than the state of New York and more natural gas than California to produce a wide range of critical products,” Borne said. “Any uptick in supply is good for us.”

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