Shell Pays $118 Million for Air Pollution

July 12, 2013

HOUSTON (CN) – Shell Oil will spend $115 million to reduce pollution from flares at a Texas oil and chemical refinery, another $1 million to monitor benzene levels near a school, and pay a $2.6 million fine, federal prosecutors said.

via Courthouse News Service.

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