Shell Chemical Appalachia and two environmental groups have reached an agreement on air quality monitoring for the company's ethane “cracker” plant now under construction in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, reports the Pittsburgh Business Times. Citing a news release from the Clean Air Council and Environmental Integrity Project, the newspaper says Shell has agreed to build a fence-line air monitoring program that will complement another system at the plant site, and conduct more tests for flares from the facility. For more, read the full story.


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