The site selection will be in Mead Township (outlined in red) in the Dilles Bottom area on the west side of the Ohio River.
Joined by Senior Project Advisor Scott Owens (right), U.S. Department of Energy Deputy Secretary Mark W. Menezes spoke to Ohio Valley Media at the project site in Dilles Bottom August 13.
Deputy Secretary Menezes spoke with Congressman Bill Johnson in Shadyside August 13 as Belmont County Commissioner J.P. Dutton and others looked on.
Executives from PTTGC America and Daelim met with federal government officials in Washington, D.C. May 23, 2019. From left are: PTTGC America President and CEO Toasaporn Boonyapipat; Daelim Industral Company Limited Chief Executive K.S. Kim; PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited President and CEO Supattapong Punmeechaow; U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry; U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross; PTTGC Chief Operating Officer Kongkrapan Intarajang; U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson; and LNE Group Executive Vice President Scott Owens.
Executives from PTTGC America and Daelim met with the DeWine Administration and JobsOhio May 21, 2019. From left are: Ohio Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted; PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited President and CEO Supattapong Punmeechaow; Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, Daelim CEO and Vice Chairman Sean Kim; and JobsOhio Board Chairman Robert C. Smith.
Executives from PTTGC America and Daelim met with the new Ohio administration in Columbus February 21, 2019. From left are: Daelim Industral Company Limited Chief Executive K.S. Kim; Daelim CEO and Vice Chairman Sean Kim; Daelim Chairman Haewook Lee; Ohio Governor Mike DeWine; PTTGC America President and CEO Toasaporn Boonyapipat; Ohio Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted; PTTGC America General Manager Panod Awaiwanond.
Sean Kim, president and chief executive officer, Daelim Industrial Company Limited (Petrochemical Division) and Daelim Chemical USA Inc. spoke at a news conference about the Belmont County project at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus March 12, 2018.
Governor John Kasich addressed Sean Kim and Kongkrapan Intarajang, chief operating officer for upstream petrochemical business at PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited, at a news conference about the Belmont County project March 12, 2018.
PTTGC America signed an MOU with JobsOhio in October of 2017 in Washington, D.C. to establish a collaboration for a development program to improve the quality of life in Belmont County. From left are Panod Awaiwanond, general manager, PTTGC America; Matt Cybulski, director of shale energy, JobsOhio; Toasaporn Boonyapipat, president and CEO, PTTGC America; Kongkrapan Intarajang, chief operating officer upstream; PTTGC; Nithi Chungcharoen, independent director, PTTGC; Supattapong Punmeechaow, president and CEO, PTTGC; U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson, Ohio’s 6th Congressional District; Chatchalerm Chalermsukh, independent director; PTT Group; Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor, State of Ohio; Don Wasantapruek, independent director, PTT Group/PTTGC; John Minor, President and CIO, JobsOhio; Dana Saucier, managing director; JobsOhio
From left are Nithi Chungcharoen, Don Wasantapruek, Mary Taylor, Toasaporn Boonyapipat, John Minor, Supattapong Punmeechaow, Chatchalerm Chalermsukh, Kongkrapan Intarajang and Panod Awaiwanond
Toasaporn Boonyapipat and John Minor shook hands after signing the agreement.
U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson, who represents Belmont County in the United States Congress, visited Thailand in May of 2017 to discuss the Ohio project. Congressman Johnson (left) met with Thailand Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha (center) and Secretary-General to the Prime Minister Wilas Aroonsri (right)
Congressman Johnson (fifth from left) was joined on his visit to the prime minister office by executives from PTTGC
Congressman Johnson also visited the PTT Global Chemical headquarters and met with PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited President and CEO Supattanapong Punmeechaow (right)
Congressman Johnson met with several PTT Global Chemical executives inThailand
PTTGC America’s senior leadership team met with Ohio state leaders February 11, 2016. From left to right: Ruj Purnariksha, director, corporate communications, Emery Oleochemicals; Nalisa Kooaroon, senior analyst, stakeholder relations, PTTGC; Kongkrapan Intarajang, executive vice president, international business operations, PTTGC; Mary Taylor, Ohio lieutenant governor; Toasaporn Boonyapipat, president and CEO, PTTGC America; Sermsak Sriyaphai, executive advisor, PTTGC America; Panod Awaiwanond, general manager, PTTGC America; Dittaporn Linananda, assistant general manager, PTTGC America; and Kanteera Tepartimargorn, assistant general manager, PTTGC America
Kongkrapan Intarajang (right) and Panod Awaiwanond, met with Belmont County and West Virginia community leaders at the office of Ohio-West Virginia Excavating Co. February 9, 2016
From left to right: Panod Awaiwanond, Kongkrapan Intarajang, Shadyside School District Superintendent John Haswell, Shadyside School Board Member Dominic DeFelice, Toasaporn Boonyapipat, Sermsak Sriyaphai and Ruj Purnariksha
From left to right: Kongkrapan Intarajang, Mead Township Trustee Ed Good, Panod Awaiwanond, Belmont County Commissioner Matt Coffland, Toasaporn Boonyapipat and Sermsak Sriyaphai
From left to right: Panod Awaiwanond, Kongkrapan Intarajang, Mead Township Trustee Gregg Warren, Congressional District Director Sarah Poulton of U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson’s office and Toasaporn Boonyapipat
From left to right: Panod Awaiwanond, Kongkrapan Intarajang, Shadyside Village Councilman Tim Merryman, Toasaporn Boonyapipat and Sermsak Sriyaphai
From left to right: Panod Awaiwanond, Kongkrapan Intarajang, Marshall County Commission President Stanley Stewart, Ohio County Commission President Tim McCormick, Wetzel County Commission President Larry Lemon, Regional Economic Development Partnership Executive Director Don Rigby, Regional Economic Development Partnership Project Coordinator Josh Jefferson and Toasaporn Boonyapipat
On September 3, 2015, Kongkrapan Intarajang (left) and PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited President and CEO Supattanapong Punmeechaow (second from left) joined Ohio Gov. John Kasich (standing at podium) to announce the investment of $100 million to determine whether a world-scale petrochemical complex is feasible for Belmont County. Seated at right are JobsOhio Chief Investment Officer John Minor, JobsOhio Senior Managing Director David Mustine and JobsOhio Project Manager Matt Cybulski
Above are photographs of PTTGC’s petrochemical complex in Rayong, Thailand