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Houston-based firm Appalachian Resins, Inc. plans to build a $1 billion dollar facility in Ohio. The 600 million pound per year facility will be able to process approximately 18,000 barrels per day of ethane into ethylene and polyethylene. Developer to Lease Ohio Site for Ethane Cracker By: Matthew V. Veazey Appalachian Resins, Inc. (AR) plans to lease approximately 50 acres of land in Salem Township, Ohio, to build an integrated 600 million pound per year ethylene/polyethylene production facility, the Houston-based firm announced in an emailed statement to DownstreamToday. There is no difference in our development activities, we have essentially only moved across the Ohio River, James Cutler, ARs CEO, said Sunday after announcing his companys signing of a land lease letter of intent with the Monroe County (Ohio) Port Authority. We will not be integrating with an existing operating (brownfield) facility but will be more of a greenfield location. However, we will have improved rail