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Shell in Singapore
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We expect to see some controlled flaring over the next few days at Shell’s Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site due to a planned capacity expansion and maintenance work. We want to assure the public that there is no cause for alarm. Safety is our top priority. Flaring is actively managed and our sites strive for zero routine flaring. This way, flaring is kept to those occasions when it is needed as a safety measure.
Shell received the Honorary Partner in Progress (HPIP) award from the Singapore government.
The Singapore government today conferred on Royal Dutch Shell the Honorary Partner in Progress (HPIP) award. The award, administered by the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), recognises Shell’s longstanding contribution to Singapore’s economic growth and continued interest in social and community development. This is the first year the HPIP has been conferred on a company, and Shell is the first and only recipient this year. An award ceremony was held at the Istana earlier today. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong presented the award to Shell CEO Ben van Beurden.
Shell Companies in Singapore announced the appointment from today of Goh Swee Chen as Chairperson. Concurrently Vice President for Commercial Fuels and Lubricants, Asia Pacific, Swee Chen succeeds Lee Tzu Yang who will retire from Shell at the end of October.
Scuderia Ferrari will use this motor oil for the first time on the track at the 2014 Singapore Grand Prix.
Shell zooms in for a brilliant finish with Scuderia Ferrari and LEGO® group alongside Kimi Räikkönen
Scuderia Ferrari driver Kimi Räikkönen joined Ian Albiston, Shell’s Trackside and Logistics Manager, and two lucky students from ITE College West – previous champions in Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2014 – in a race to the finish, “driving” newly released LEGO® Ferrari F138 miniature models across a scaled-down track.