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Shell Affiliates Pay $900,000 to Resolve Air Violations

ShellThree Shell Oil Company affiliates have agreed to pay $900,000 as part of a settlement with the EPA to resolve Clean Air Act violations, including selling gasoline and diesel fuel that did not conform to federal standards.

The agency says these violations resulted in excess emissions of harmful air pollutants from motor vehicles.

Actions by three companies affiliated with Shell — Deer Park Refining Limited Partnership, Motiva Enterprises and Equilon Enterprises, which does business as Shell Oil Products US — are alleged to have resulted in violations of the provisions of the Clean Air Act that ensure the production, testing and sale of high-quality vehicle and engine fuels in the United States.

EPA enforcement actions in fiscal year 2014 required companies to invest more than $9.7 billion to curb pollution and clean up contaminated sites, according to the agency’s annual enforcement and compliance results.

 

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