Projects and Locations
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Shell is constructing a dairy manure to renewable natural gas (RNG) facility to be co-located at the Bettencourt Dairies in Wendell, Idaho.
Shell is currently constructing a petrochemical complex in Western Pennsylvania. The overall site measures approximately 800 acres – with a core manufacturing and logistics area of approximately 386 acres. The site is located along the Ohio River in Potter Township, Beaver County – approximately 30 miles northwest of Pittsburgh.
Shell plans to construct, own, and operate its first renewable compressed natural gas (R-CNG) fueling site in the US at its products distribution complex in Carson, California.
The Southern California Distribution Complex provides petroleum products including ethanol to serve the energy needs of Southern California.
Shell Convent Refinery is located next to the Mississippi River, midway between Baton Rouge and New Orleans.
In the Gulf of Mexico, Shell currently operates a number of different types of platforms and systems.
Shell Deer Park is a 1,500-acre complex located in Deer Park, Texas, approximately 20 miles east of downtown Houston.
Shell is constructing a dairy manure to renewable natural gas (RNG) facility to be co-located at the High Plains Ponderosa Dairy in Plains, Kansas.
The Geismar Plant is an effective and dynamic organization, known in our industry as the supplier of choice.
Shell New Energies Junction City is a biomethane facility in Junction City, Oregon, that will produce approximately 736,000 MMBtu/yr of pipeline quality renewable natural gas.
Shell`s Norco Manufacturing Complex features both refining and chemicals facilities and is recognized as one of the largest and foremost petrochemical facilities in the United States.
Shell is exploring for and producing light tight oil (LTO) in the Permian Basin, which is North America’s premier shale play. The Permian Basin is Shell’s core LTO asset.
Shell Puget Sound Refinery (PSR) is part of Washington’s Skagit County community where generations of area residents have found jobs, built careers, supported families and strengthened their communities. PSR’s more than 600 employees and contractors work in a safe and environmentally responsible way to deliver the fuel that powers community and economic life in the Pacific Northwest. The PSR team is committed to honoring community trust.