The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) today announced $742,000 in grants to help stabilize and recover the endangered Southern Resident Killer Whale population through projects on the Skagit and Snohomish rivers, around the San Juan Islands, and throughout the Salish Sea.
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Watch a brief video about how Shell's Puget Sound Refinery partners with the Boys & Girls Club of Skagit County.
Due to an operational issue with an offsite natural gas line that feeds the Shell Puget Sound Refinery, we are proactively shutting units down to safely and effectively manage the situation.
Shell Puget Sound Refinery employees recently volunteered with the refinery’s contract partner Anvil at the Helping Hands Food Bank to pack more than 3,500 bags of food for hungry children across Skagit County, WA.
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