Shell Deer Park has a long history of supporting the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). Learn more about how the site's funds enable this organization to pursue groundbreaking research and provide support to families across the country.
Deer Park Manufacturing Site
Shell Deer Park is a 1,500-acre complex located in Deer Park, Texas, approximately 20 miles east of downtown Houston along the Houston Ship Channel.
Latest News from Shell Deer Park
This year’s Boys & Girls Harbor Golf Invitational – powered by Shell Deer Park – raised $173,588 for children in crisis.
When Rick Frantz – a civil structural engineer at Shell Deer Park – received a Stage IV cancer diagnosis, doctors told him he might have six months to live. Thanks to Shell’s cancer management benefit, he’s back at work, full of energy and can’t wait to meet his second grandchild.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation held a conference this past spring to discuss its Talent Pipeline Management initiative -- an innovative program that is an employer-led, demand-driven model of post-secondary education and training. The initiative aims to close the nation’s skills gap.
Inside Shell Deer Park
In 1929, just before the Great Depression, Shell Oil Company became the first manufacturer to call Deer Park home.
High levels of maintenance and expansion activities are underway at Shell Deer Park’s refinery and petrochemical plant.
We have built a strong relationship with the community through decades of collaboration and a commitment to powering progress together.
For more than three-quarters of a century, Shell Deer Park has demonstrated its dedication to the community through our focus on safe, secure, environmentally responsible operations.
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