PA’s DEP Extends Comment Period For Shell’s Ethane Pipeline

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Environmental groups at a rally against Shell's Beaver County petrochemical complex in Pittsburgh. Photo: Reid R. Frazier The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection will extend the public comment period for Shell’s 97-mile Falcon pipeline, which will carry ethane to the company’s $6 billion petrochemical plant in Western Pennsylvania.

The DEP will also hold public hearings in each of the three counties the pipeline route traverses: Washington, Allegheny, and Beaver counties. Instead of the comment period closing on Feb. 20, it will be extended to April 17, the DEP said in a news release.

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