Baltimore Bridge Collapse Throws Area's Industry into Uncertainty

Baltimore Bridge Collapse Throws Area's Industry into Uncertainty

Baltimore Bridge Collapse Throws Area


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Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Industry on the Mid-Atlantic coast suffered a surprise blow early Tuesday morning, when a cargo ship crashed into Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge, causing the structure to collapse in a matter of seconds. Six people are presumed dead. Numerous industrial facilities in the area stand to be affected by the crisis.

Industrial Info is tracking more than 190 operational plants in the Baltimore area, including 39 with active and planned projects, and nine planned or under construction. Maryland transportation authorities have suspended all traffic at the port until further notice.

Companies featured: Energy Transfer LP (NYSE:ET), Saudi Aramco, Motiva Enterprises LLC, World Point Terminals, Petroleos de Venezuela SA, CITGO Petroleum Corporation, Colonial Pipeline Company, Kinder Morgan Incorporated's (NYSE:KMI), Buckeye Partners LP, Westway Feed Products, Apex Oil Company, Kemira Water Solutions Incorporated, USALCO Baltimore Plant LLC, Toto Holding SpA and US Wind Incorporated

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