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One of the largest major oil companies in the world involved in five core businesses: exploration and production, oil products, chemicals, gas and power generation, and renewables.


The aim of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group is to meet the energy needs of society, in ways that are economically, socially and environmentally viable, now and in the future.

Shell does this in a wide variety of ways. Most people know Shell best as the suppliers of fuel and lubrication products at their local filling station, and as a company that explores on land and sea to find and produce oil. Shell also has operations worldwide exploring for and producing gas. And Shell markets gas and power internationally, to consumers and businesses alike. Its chemical products find their way into all sorts of commercial and domestic use, from mobile phones to furniture. And the company has rapidly growing businesses in several of the ‘new energy’ sectors: including hydrogen, solar, geothermal and wind energy.

Shell operates in over 145 countries, and employs more than 115,000 people. Around the globe, Shell companies work in partnership with industry, government and society to deliver what is expected of it - economically, socially and environmentally. Shell invests and collaborates in the development of new technologies that will keep improving its performance.

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Name:
Mr. Eliseo B. Santiago

Country:
Philippines

Position:
Vice President, Retail Sales & Operations

Postal Adress:
c/o Pilipinas Shell, 14th Floor Shell House, 156 Valero Street,
Salcedo Village, Makati City, Metro Manila

Phone/Fax Number:
]632 818 3583

E-mail:
[email protected]

For more information go to www.shell.com

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