Royal Dutch shell
Background Founded by Marcus Samuel. In the year 1897. Was first into transport and trading business. By end of 1920, SHELL became leading oil company. Employs over 119,000 people worldwide.

Five Core Business
Exploration & production Oil products Downstream gas & power Chemicals



Set up in 1928. Pioneered as oil distribution under Burma Shell. Began operations with import and marketing of kerosene. Company introduced LPG as a cooking fuel to the Indian home in the mid of 1950 ‘ s. In 1955 the company commissioned

Key Interests In India
(Liquefied Natural Gas)



Solar energy.

Fuel Retailing.

Our values
We set high standards of performance and ethical behaviour that we apply internationally. The Shell General Business Principles, Code of Conduct and Code of Ethics help everyone at Shell act according to our core values of honesty, integrity and respect for people and to comply with relevant legislation and regulations.

Vision ‘n’ Mission
Our vision is to be the top performing and most admired refinery in Asia.

Mission To continuously deliver shareholder value by: Manufacturing and supplying oil products and services

Our Objectives
We are committed to deliver sustainable excellence in business performance by focusing on the following: Benefit our shareholders Realise the potential of our people Meet our customer requirements Maximise refinery margins Safeguard asset integrity


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A Rs. 3000 Cr LNG Terminal set up in Surat @ Gujarat Hazira Terminal includes an LNG storage and regasification terminal within a fully functional port. About Hazira
deep-water, all-weather and direct-berthing port about 25 km from Surat city and about 120 nautical miles north of Mumbai is planned as a ‘Gateway Port’ to serve the hinterlands of North, West & Central India Port also falls close to the planned Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) and the high-speed dual carriageway constructed under the Golden Quadrilateral Project

Location Investment Project Area

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LNG Terminal Capacity  

Gas consumers

Hazira LNG

Port designed to accommodate very large vessels

Well Connected Renowned construction team

Hazira, District – Surat, Gujarat (about 28 Kms from Surat) Over Rs 3,000 crores 36 hectares (ha) plus 80 ha of newly reclaimed land for future port development Infrastructure for 5 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) Initial throughput capacity of 2.5 mtpa Two cryogenic tanks each with a net capacity of 160,000 m3 each Site laid out for increase to 10 mtpa with two additional tanks Major gas consumers within 20 km of terminal Close proximity to all existing and prospective gas pipelines in Gujarat Hazira has a 17 km sendout pipeline up to Mora, connected to  the GSPL state-wide grid   Hazira LNG’s customer value propositions are: oFlexibility in duration of contracts o Ability to match customer demand profiles by seasonality o Reliability emerging out of multiple sourcing oCompetitive Pricing oCompetence across the entire LNG value chain Protected harbour for all weather operations Initial dredged depth designed to accommodate vessels with draft up to 12 m Turning circle diameter of 600 m Length of approach channel about 1000 m 80 ha of reclaimed land along Southern Spur for future port use Southern spur can provide a quay length of about 1000 – 1700 m for containers and about 600 m for bulk / break-bulk cargoes.   42 Kms from main Mumbai - Delhi trunk railway line Close to the highspeed dual carriageway constructed under the Golden Quadrilateral Project   Designed by Shell Global Solutions (SGSI) Managing Contractors  – SN Technigaz/Bouygues Offshore Technimont ICB (French – Italian Consortium) Tanks – Punj Lloyd Limited Causeway and spurs – Larsen &Toubro Jetty Afcons Civil Building – Simplex                            

Hazira Group Companies (HGC)
LNG Terminal and port Partnered by; Shell GAS B.V & Total Gaz Electricité

Supplies LNG to customers large in industrial sectors like ceramic, steel & SME‘s Current capacity of 2.5mtpa. Target 10 mtps

How things work out ????
Receives LNG by way of container Ship & moves through pipes to containers. Stores in LNG Tanks. Quality check. Supply to customer

Shell Bitumen India
Set up in 2006. Uluberia Near Kolkata, West Bengal and at Savli, Gujarat.

The plant is a modified bitumen and emulsion production plant that will produce a range of special application bituminous products such as different grades of Bitumen emulsions, Polymer Modified Bitumen and Crumb Rubber Modified Bitumen.

Total capacity is 50000 mtpa.

conventional grades of Bitumen such as Bitumen 60/70 (VG-30) and Bitumen 80/100 (VG-10)

Shell Bitumen in India supplies ready to use instant road repair premix under brand name Shell Shelmac PR. This allows road to be opened to traffic within 10-15 minutes and imparts good strength to repaired area

Quality & opportunities
Quality control measures are stringent. Backed by SHELL bitumen expertise. Acts as a solution provider. ------------------------Huge network of road on chart for future. Huge funding from central kitty. Product flexibility.

Production process
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Refining crude oil we get Bitumen Process used is Fractional Distillation. Oil is heated to 200*c in heat exchanger. Partly vaporized by heating to 300*c. Passed to Atmospheric distillation, were physical separation takes place. Heaviest components falls and moves to vacuum distillation via another heat

Shell Lubricants India
Previously known as BHARAT SHELL (jv with BPCL) 13% Market Share Turnover of US$ 54.34 million state-of-the-art lube-oil blending plant at Taloja, outside Bombay Plant capacity of 55000 mtpa One of the finest in Asia Fully robotized, safe and spill proof

Shell Helix Ultra Cleans and protects for maximum performance. Fully synthetic motor oil. Shell Helix HX5 Cleans and protects, reducing engine noise. Premium multi-grade motor oil. Shell Helix HX3 Cleans and protects older engines. Multi-grade motor oil.


Indigenous mixing ratios backed by the experience. Base oils and additives procured from SHELL refineries or global sources approved by SHELL R&D. Additives mixed in blender machine. Weighed in hoppers for correct ratio and stored in tanks. All system is having control units..

Marketing its products to large industrial customers such as Tata Steel, Tata Motors, SKF, Steel Authority of India Limited and ONGC, Bharat Shell has also ensured that its products are available at spare-part shops, lubricant shops, authorised/ independent workshops and various retail outlets.

Shell India Retail

2004 acquired marketing licence. Shell India Markets Private Limited (SIMPL) a fully owned subsidiary of the Royal Dutch/ Shell Group (“Shell”) is implementing the license. Financial outlay of US$ 53 million for 2000 outlets. It will source petrol and Diesel locally from MRPL To cater Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andra Pradesh.


ADD – ON ‘s
The industrial customers of Shell Gas are serviced directly by the company from a fully owned import terminal at Pipavav, Gujarat for LPG.

Shell Solar is actively engaging in partnerships with rural banks such as the Vysya Bank, Syndicate Bank, Canara Bank, the Nethravathi Grameena Bank




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