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Chemical/Polymer

Chemical and polymer companies have thrived in West Virginia for generations. While many advantages that attracted multinational companies are still present, structural shifts have made West Virginia even more competitive as a global chemical and polymer hub.

The state is located in the heart of the Appalachian Basin, atop the abundant Marcellus and Utica Shale natural gas fields. Active chemical industrial parks provide colocation and shared services advantages such as existing permits and infrastructure.

Additionally, West Virginia is home to a significant number of nonprofit and federal research institutions in materials science and chemical engineering.

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Top Chemical/Polymer Related Businesses in West Virginia

Solvay
Rubberlite
Momentive Performance Materials USA
ICL-IP
DuPont
Clearon Corp
The Chemours Company
Braskem
Armacell
Addivant
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