Value that drive us

Pilipinas Shell Annual and Sustainability Report 2018

Our third Annual and Sustainability Report, “Values That Drive Us: Uplifting Lives, Powering Progress”, demonstrates the links that unite our people with the local communities in the attainment of shared goals.

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Pilipinas Shell Annual And Sustainability Report 2017

Fuel the Philippines, Make the Future demonstrates that Pilipinas Shell’s commitment to sustainability is also a commitment to the future. We perform our day-to-day work responsibly and according to our values and principles, because what we do today has an impact on the future.

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Who we are

Learn about our business and people, which grew from a small presence over 100 years ago to become a major energy company in the Philippines.

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What we do

We are an integrated energy company that aims to meet society’s growing demand for energy in ways that are economically, environmentally and socially responsible.

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Our values

Our General Business Principles, Code of Conduct and Code of Ethics help everyone at Shell act in line with our values.

Latest news and updates

Shell: Fight vs. Malaria nearing end, but not over

Four provinces in the country remain afflicted by malaria, according to the Department of Health (DoH), and it is these last few vulnerable groups that are proving to be the most challenging to help, says Pilipinas Shell Foundation Inc. (PSFI) Executive Director Sebastian Quiñones Jr. 

Leeroy’s “Kulambo” Weaves Stories on Fight vs. Malaria

Children from the 60s are all too familiar with the kulambo, or anti-mosquito nets, as they symbolize their parents’ efforts to keep them safe from sickness.

Today, the modest kulambo has transformed into a symbol of hope in the battle against malaria.

Shell Leads National Fuel Marking Efforts

Pilipinas Shell conducted its fuel marking operations at its Northern Mindanao Import Facility (NMIF) in Cagayan de Oro city last November 2019 to support the government’s program on fuel marking.

Pilipinas Shell Opens Shelter Stations, Moves Volunteer Operations In Batangas

When ash and steam began to spew from the Taal volcano, no one expected that it will once again test the resilience and generosity of Filipinos. This has spurred industry leaders including Pilipinas Shell to do their part in providing help and assistance to those who are affected.

Powering Philippine Progress

Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation looks back at more than a hundred years of powering Philippine progress as it moves into another century of excellent, dedicated service.

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More about Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation

Leadership

The Board of Directors is led by Non-Executive Chairman Asada Harinsuit and the Management Team for Pilipinas Shell is led by President Cesar Romero.

Employee Empowerment

Our company’s success lies on our empowered people.

Environment

Caring for the environment is integral to our business.