Alberta is offering incentives for developers to build more petrochemical plants to create jobs and demand for the province’s natural gas. The pandemic has hammered fuel demand, lowering crude prices and forcing energy producers to cut costs and jobs.
Associate Minister of Gas, Dale Nally, told the Globe that Saudi petrochemical firms are looking for new places to expand, including Alberta.
He declined to identify the company with which the province is negotiating, but his office said it is not state-owned.
The Alberta incentive programme will offer grants to companies once petrochemical plants are operating. The province said this month it wants to become a bigger petrochemical producer and a hub for recycling plastic waste.
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