What the Shell cracker plant looks like: The visible and invisible

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Shell built the complex in Beaver County because it sits on top of one of the largest reserves of natural gas in the world. The whole endeavor took six years to stand up and cost more than $6 billion to build. Researchers are ramping up surveillance of health, air and water around the plant.
Published 2 months ago · Beaver County, United States

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What the Shell cracker plant looks like: The visible and invisible

How residents of Beaver County will experience the new Shell petrochemical complex in Potter Township depends on a lot of things. The time of day. The particular equipment that’s churning or not churning inside the fenceline of the sprawling industrial…

2 months ago·Bradford, United States
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