The Louisiana Chemical Association and the Louisiana Chemical Industry Alliance are sister organizations representing a unified voice of chemical manufacturers, vendors and suppliers in Louisiana. Both organizations work with local and state officials, community organizations and business interests to promote a positive climate for chemical manufacturing that insures long term economic growth.
LCA Statement Regarding CF Industries, ExxonMobil and EnLink Carbon Capture and Storage Announcement
Louisiana’s chemical industry is at the forefront of reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Today’s announcement with Governor Edwards, CF Industries, ExxonMobil and EnLink is just the latest commitment to new investments and projects that bring Louisiana closer to achieving net zero by 2050.
Over the last 30 years, Louisiana’s chemical industry has reduced air emissions by 75 percent. If the EPA is truly concerned about the wellbeing of communities in Louisiana, it should work with us; instead, we’ve seen the opposite.
Michael Bloomberg’s $85 million campaign against the petrochemical industry in the United States, and specifically in Louisiana, demonstrates how out of touch he and his friends are with reality. The truth is, the petrochemical industry is, and will continue to be, vital to ensure a safe and effective transition to a lower carbon, sustainable future.