Shell, Environmentalists Reach Cracker Plant Pollution DealShell Chemical Appalachia and environmental groups have reached a deal for pollution controls on a planned $6 billion cracker plant in western Pennsylvania.
Leaders Give Final Approval For Beaver Co. Shell Cracker PlantAfter years of planning and contentious debate, a major project is taking a big step forward.
Controversial Petrochemical Plant Plans Move Forward In Beaver CountyA controversial plan to build a multi-billion dollar petrochemical plant in Beaver County moved ahead Wednesday night.
Gov. Wolf: Safety A Priority Near Beaver Cracker PlantThis morning, Gov. Tom Wolf stressed that he believes Shell is working to protect the environment.
Shell Announces Plans To Build Cracker Plant In Beaver Co.Shell has announced that they will be building a state-of-the-art cracker facility in Beaver County.
Coroner: Bones At Refinery Site Are Relatives From 1800sA coroner says bones dug up last month by workers at the proposed site of a Shell Chemical refinery last month may belong to as many as eight relatives who owned the land in the 1800s.
Officials Say Proposed Cracker Plant In Ohio Should Have No Impact On Beaver Co.Ohio state officials and officials in Belmont County announced Wednesday that an Asian consortium was looking at building an ethylene cracker plant just over the state line from Wheeling.
Officials Discuss Plans For Proposed Beaver Co. Plant At Public MeetingA lot of signs point to the prospect of a new plant in Beaver County that could bring hundreds of jobs. But there's still no final commitment for that plant. The company had another informational meeting for the public today.
Shell Oil Holds Community Meeting On Proposed Cracker PlantIt would be the biggest economic development project in the Ohio Valley in more than a generation - a $2.5 billion petrochemical plant called a cracker.
New Signs Cracker Plant Is Coming To Ohio ValleyThe Midway Bar and Grill has served up a great hand-battered Atlantic cod sandwich for generations, but while its patrons are bound to miss it, the fact that the Midway may be closing is actually good news to owner Don Davis.
Retail Development Possible With Petro Chemical PlantRob Pratte was joined by Pat Nardelli, Joe Dentici, and Lou Gentile to discuss the proposed Petro Chemical Plant.
Growth & The Future Of Gas In Our AreaRob Pratte sat down with Christopher Guith, Vice President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce For 21st Century Energy Sunday morning to talk about what the oil and gas development has done for the country, as well as our region.