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Royal Dutch Shell

Royal Dutch Shell

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PRESENTED BY: ANKIT SHAHI DHANANJAY DUBEY ARUN SHARMARMA

CONTENTS  INTRODUCTION  HISTORY  PRODUCTS  COMPETITORS  SWOT ANALYSIS  FUTURE OUTLOOKS  IN INDIA .

. power generation and trading  It’s a one of the “supermajors” company.INTORDUCTION  It’s a Dutch-British multinational oil and gas company  It’s world 2nd largest company by revenues in 2011  It’s active in every area of oil and gas industry. refining. including exploration and production. distribution and marketing. petrochemicals.

8 million tones of LNG sold in 2010 3.INTERESTING FACTS  + 90 countries where we operate ~90.000 Shell service stations worldwide 30 + refineries and chemical plants we run .000 number of employees 48% of our production is natural gas 18.2 million barrels of gas and oil we produce every day 43.

.HISTORY  The Royal Dutch Shell Group was created in February 1907 through the merger of two rival companies Royal Dutch Petroleum Company and the "Shell" Transport and Trading Company Ltd of the United Kingdom.

ROYAL DUTCH PETROLEUM COMPANY Royal Dutch Petroleum Company was a Dutch company founded in 1890 by Jean Baptiste August Kessler. .[8] along with Henri Deterding. when a Royal charter was granted by King William III of the Netherlands to a small oil exploration and production company known as "Royal Dutch Company for the Working of Petroleum Wells in the Dutch East Indies.

SHELL The "Shell" Transport and Trading Company (the quotation marks were part of the legal name) was a British company. founded in 1897 by Marcus Samuel and his brother. .

the board of directors announced the appointment of Jorma Ollila. chairman As of 1 July 2009.MANAGEMENT On 4 August 2005. Peter Voser is CEO of Shell .

COMPETITORS  EXXON MOBILE  CHEVRON  BP  TOTAL .

PRODUCTS DIVERSITY  PETROCHEMICALS  OIL PRODUCTS  LNG  RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES  HYDROGEON .

SWOT ANALYSIS STRENTH • 2nd among top oil companies in the world • 2011 revenues of $485 billion • 97 million shares of Shell Canada • Leader in the LNG (liquefied natural gas) • Invested into other energy sources .

WEAKNESSES • Oil industry is very competitive industry Depend on the other oil companies • No control over up and coming alternative fuel companies .

OPPORTUNITIES • LNG becomes the main source of energy • One of Royal Dutch Shell’s renewable energy sources becomes the main source of energy • There is a large untapped oil reserve in Brazil .

THREATS • Competition • Nigeria’s deepwater's .

and coal will continue to meet the majority of global energy needs Shell will remain environmentally conscious • Increased profits with renewable sources • Produce products that will reduce CO2 emissions . gas.FUTURE OUTLOOKS • Rise in global energy needs • Oil.

SHELL IN INDIA  Royal Dutch Shell is one of the largest and most diversified international investor in India's energy sector among all global integrated oil companies with nearly US$1 billion invested already.  License for 2000 fuel retail stations. . It is the only global major to have a fuel retail license in India.

 Shell in India is also active in the area of road safety. towards benefiting communities. .CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILTIES  All Shell companies in India invest in community development as a part of their commitment to Sustainable Development.  Shell aims that its business activities should contribute  Shell India contribution to mainstreaming the disability movement in India is widely recognized – creating role models in this sector by means of the Shell Helen Keller Awards.

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