Shell Chemical LP plans buying industrial site building petrochemical plant

Shell to buy site for petrochemical plant in Pittsburgh, US

11:17 AM, 27th December 2013
Shell Chemical LP plans buying industrial site for building petrochemical plant

PITTSBURGH, US: Shell Chemical LP has extended its option to buy an industrial site that could become a multibillion-dollar petrochemical plant. According to a statement issued by the site’s current owner, Horsehead Holding, the new agreement for the 300-acre site in Monaca, about 35 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, includes plans to start demolishing an existing zinc plant in early 2014 at Shell’s expense.


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