IDF2021: The Focus Central PA 2021 Industrial Development Forum is a LIVE ONLINE event scheduled for

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2021

8 am to 2 pm

This is the region’s forward-thinking economic growth live online event. Experts and regional thought-leaders on industrial development will cover critical topics about industrial development post-pandemic in Pennsylvania and the challenges and opportunities for investment and smart growth.

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IDF 2022 – In Person

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2022

Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove PA

Industrial Development Forum 2021 Coundown

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Keynote

Michael Marr, Shell Pennsylvania’s Business Integration Lead will present information on Shell’s state-of-the-art polyethylene plant in Monoca PA, that is redefining the industry.  The $6 to $10 billion project is one of the largest investment projects in Pennsylvania’s history. Shell plans to leverage ethane from Marcellus and Utica shale gas, to convert it to polyethylene, raw material used to manufacturer plastics and other products. The plant is estimated to produce annually 1.6 million tons of polyethylene. The Pennsylvania location strategically places Shell within 700 miles of the majority of North American polyethylene buyers.

Event Organized By:

Focus Central Pennsylvania
The Region’s Resource for Promoting New Corporate Investment
418 Railroad Street, Danville Pennsylvania USA 17821
844.293.8719 – Email: locate@focuscentralpa.org
www.FocusCentralPA.org

Focus Central Pennsylvania is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), regional economic development marketing alliance committed to promoting new corporate investment in Central Pennsylvania resulting in the growth and creation of family sustaining jobs. Focus Central Pennsylvania supports a constituency of partners fully committed to regional cooperation. Focus promotes seven (7) contiguous counties in the central part of Pennsylvania, USA including Columbia (Bloomsburg, Berwick); Montour (Danville); Union (Lewisburg, Mifflinburg); Snyder (Selinsgrove); Northumberland (Sunbury, Milton); Mifflin (Lewistown); and Centre (State College).