TEXAS CITY

Crews might begin moving dirt in as soon as a week for a long-envisioned $800 million offshore ammonia processing plant, Mayor Matt Doyle said Wednesday, the same day several groups behind the project made major announcements about funding.

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Jose' Boix

It is good for Texas City; industrial development is a significant key for progress. It is also great to see industry and local government work in unison. Just to refresh memories, for years the Texas City area handled and managed Anhydrous Ammonia (AA). Monsanto Texas City stored and supplied huge volumes of AA to their Chocolate Bayou plant.

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