Louisiana’s chemical industry could benefit from Ukraine crisis

The ExxonMobil Baton Rouge chemical plant is part of the petrochemical complex. (File photo)

Energy shocks related to the Ukraine crisis could have an upside for Louisiana's petrochemical industry, though businesses and other consumers may pay more for gasoline and electricity, says David Dismukes, who directs the LSU Center for Energy Studies.

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