With more than 300 people at the $34 million Dr. Rodney R. Lafon Performing Arts Center ribbon cutting Saturday, Shell Norco General Manager Brett Woltjen announced the company’s $5 million endowment. “It gives me great […]
Tiffany Scott saw so much more potential in the science lab at Luling Elementary School, and thanks to her own efforts and a boost from Shell, she and her fellow teachers can explore that potential […]
With an eye cast toward furthering or awakening an interest in science among area youth and exposing them to the possibilities that come with it down the line, Shell Norco gave a national program its […]
Shell Chemical LP has agreed to a $10 million settlement where it will install pollution monitoring and control equipment at its Norco facility expected to eliminate more than 150 tons of harmful air pollutants a […]
Educate, empower and encourage is the mantra embodied at the annual Shell-sponsored Date with Destiny career forum, which takes aim at inspiring more women to seek employment in the traditionally male-dominated oil and gas industry. […]
In 1929, Shell purchased the refining company from which the city of Norco earned its name. And, in a sense, Monday marked a day where everything old became new again, and a community was reintroduced to its roots. […]
Royal Dutch Shell and Saudi Arabian Oil Co. have signed a letter of intent to end their 18-year refining and marketing partnership in a major global deal, but it should be business as usual for the Norco Manufacturing Complex – at least for now. […]
Global oil giant Royal Dutch Shell’s recently announced cutbacks of 6,500 jobs and $7 billion in investment sent already shaken petroleum-dependent areas shuddering in the U.S. and world, but the news is actually good for at least one of them – St. Charles Parish. […]
Excessive flaring was reported at the Shell/Motiva campus as a result of an equipment failure followed by a power failure, but some Norco residents who live near the refinery say they are not worried about the incident.
An equipment failure at the Shell in Norco caused the release of unknown amounts of butadiene, hydrogen sulfide and benzene, according to a report submitted to the U.S. Coast Guard National Response Center.