July 2015, Vol. 242, No. 7

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Shell Chemical Wins Air Permit for Proposed Marcellus Ethane Plant

MONACA, Pa. (AP) — Shell Chemical has been granted an air quality permit for a proposed petrochemical plant in western Pennsylvania, a step the company called “a critical milestone” as it decides whether to build the multibillion-dollar project along the Ohio River. The state Department of Environmental Protection announced Monday that it had approved the company’s air quality plan and several water-related permits for the site in Potter Township, Beaver County. Shell bought the former zinc plant this year but said it is still evaluating whether to build the so-called “ethane cracker” about 25 miles northwest of Pittsburgh. The plant would convert ethane

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