Shell Proudly Fuels Life in the Pacific Northwest
May 22, 2018
Shell’s Puget Sound Refinery is proud to fuel life in the Pacific Northwest – now and in the years to come! Hear from our employees and community partners about our history, vision, and our impact on the community we are privileged to call home.
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