Petrosar Fonds, 1974-1981, n.d.
|dc.description||As the 1970s approached, Sarnia’s petrochemical industry was not doing well. Foreign competition which was based on low costs for raw materials was to blame. In 1973, Polymer, DuPont, Union Carbide and the Canada Development Corporation joined forces to become Petrosar (which eventually changed to NOVA Corunna). Petrosar was located on the southeast corner of Petrolia Line and Highway 40, in what was Moore Township. Petrosar was a world scale refinery based on western Canada crude oil. Source: Sarnia Historical Society||en_US|
|dc.description.abstract||7 cm. (1/4box) containing correspondence, clippings and promotional material||en_US|
|dc.subject||Petrosar -- oil refinery -- pipeline -- Sarnia -- aeromatics -- olefins||en_US|
|dc.title||Petrosar Fonds, 1974-1981, n.d.||en_US|
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