Once company officials secure all the necessary permits, progress should move quickly on an $800 million offshore ammonia processing plant, said Mayor Matt Doyle, days before the last in a series of public meetings about the project.

Matt deGrood: 409-683-5230; matt.degrood@galvnews.com


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Jose' Boix

Good news regarding the addition to our industrial base. Such investments come our way for the obvious reasons; access to port, rail, pipelines and roads. Thanks Eastman and City of Texas City. By the way we had Anhydrous Ammonia for years when Monsanto - now Eastman - supplied the chemical to the other Monsanto plant at Chocolate Bayou.

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