For Shell Puget Sound Refinery operator Ed Castleberry, family always comes first – at work and at home.
Puget Sound Refinery
Learn more about Shell’s Puget Sound Refinery and its history, our commitment to the community, and the process behind how we make products that fuel life in the Pacific Northwest.
Latest News from Puget Sound Refinery
Shell’s Puget Sound Refinery has planned maintenance – also known as a turnaround – on several processing units starting early next month. The turnaround will last roughly 1.5 months.
This past fall, three operators at Shell’s Puget Sound Refinery saved the life of a contractor who was working at the refinery’s dock.
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) today announced $742,000 in grants to help stabilize and recover the endangered Southern Resident Killer Whale population through projects on the Skagit and Snohomish rivers, around the San Juan Islands, and throughout the Salish Sea.
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Learn more about Shell’s Puget Sound Refinery, its history and the process behind how we make products that fuel life in the Pacific Northwest.
Shell’s Puget Sound Refinery is a place where generations of area residents have found jobs, built careers, supported families and strengthened their communities.
We are deeply committed to the communities surrounding our site, and we work closely with local organizations to identify opportunities that drive long-term value for their residents.
Shell Puget Sound Refinery is committed to operating in a safe and environmentally sound manner - at all times. Nothing is more important than the safety of our employees, contractors and community members.
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