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ROYAL DUTCH SHELL

KANWARDYAL SINGH(20)
KATHIRAVAN(22)
ROYAL DUTCH SHELL

• Largest energy company and the second-largest company in


the world measured by revenues.

• Active in every area of the oil and gas industry


namely exploration and production, refining, distribution and
marketing, petrochemicals, power generation and trading.

• Also has major renewable energy activities, including


in biofuels, hydrogen, solar and wind power.
SHELL BY NUMBERS

+ 90 countries where it operates


~93,000 number of employees
48% of Shell’s production is natural gas
16.8 million tonnes of LNG sold (2010)
3.3 million barrels of gas and oil produced every day
43,000 Shell service stations worldwide
145 billion litres of fuel sold (2010)
>30 refineries and chemical plants it runs
SHELL BUSINESSES

 Upstream explores for and extracts crude oil and natural gas.

 Downstream refines, supplies, trades and ships crude


worldwide, manufactures and markets a range of products,
and produces petrochemicals for industrial customers.

 Projects & Technology manages delivery of Shell’s major


projects and drives the research and innovation to create
technology solutions.
TOP OPERATIONS PERSON

Matthias Bichsel became Director of


the Projects & Technology
business with effect from July 1, 2009.
Before this, he held the position of
Executive Vice President, Development
and Technology since 2006.He joined
Shell in late 1980 after obtaining a
Doctorate in Earth Sciences from the
University of Basel, Switzerland.
COMPETITORS
COMPETITIVE EDGE-TECHNOLOGY

GAS TO LIQUIDS

LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS

SAKHALIN II

PERDIDO

ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY

CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE

BIOFUELS
LOCATION ANALYSIS - SEPC

• To capture the integration benefits of locating a world-scale


cracker near a large refinery.
• It opens up numerous opportunities for optimization of feed
stocks, as well as intermediate streams within the refinery.
• It also gives ready access to nearby growth markets like
China.
• Integrates Shell’s Bukom Refinery with new petrochemical
assets to form Shell’s largest integrated refining/chemical
complex.
• Integration delivers economic and efficiency benefits, in terms
of feedstocks, operations and logistics.
MAJOR PROJECTS

• Shell’s major projects show their technology and expertise in


action.
 Athabasca Oil Sands Project
 Sakhalin II
 Shell Eastern Petrochemicals Complex (SEPC)
 Port Arthur Refinery
 Pearl GTL
 Qatargas 4
 Perdido
 Parque das Conchas (BC-10)
 Gumusut
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
FORECASTING - SAS® FOR OIL & GAS
• Predictive maintenance, forecasting and analysis, and energy
trading and risk management.
• Creates intelligence from new and existing data sources and
deliver information for effective decision making across the
enterprise.
• Upstream
 Facility Integrity and Reliability
 Exploration and Production Optimization
 Energy Trading and Risk Management
• Downstream
 Demand Forecasting for Refining
 Data Quality
 Energy Trading and Risk Management
CAPACITY PLANNING/EXPANSION PLANS

• A new three-unit naphtha processing complex will include a


catalytic reformer which will convert 85,000 b/d into high octane
gasoline for blending
• New technology will lower most emissions from the refinery on a
per barrel basis.
• Nitrogen oxides and volatile organic compounds will be reduced
from present day levels.
HSE
INFORMATION SYSTEMS - SHELL

• Teamed with Accenture to create a global solution based on a


common SAP R/3 enterprise software platform and associated
processes
• Royal Dutch Shell – SERP Program:
– Delivering standardized, organizationally aligned, and
operational reporting solution to all SERP entities.
– Drive Shell ESSA standards.
– Minimize cost & complexity; remove localized
heterogeneous reporting solutions.