Pennsylvania plans US$490000 outlay for possible location of new gas drilling petrochem refinery

The state of Pennsylvania plans to spend $490,000 for improvements at an industrial park that could be a location for a huge new gas drilling petrochemical refinery. The Beaver County Times reports that the state will improve two out-of-service rail tracks to the Aliquippa Industrial Park. Shell Oil Co. has been considering locations in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia for the plant, which is projected to cost several billion dollars to build, generating thousands of construction jobs.
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