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Shell Company of Thailand Ltd.

Shell Company of Thailand Ltd.
 
Address: 10 Soonthornkosa RoadKlongtoey
City: Bangkok
Post Code: 10110
Country: Thailand
Phone Number: +66 2262-6000
Fax Number: +66 2249-3700
General Email: [members only]
URL: www.shell.co.th
Business Activity:Chemical / Petroleum
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Background
The Shell Company of Thailand Limited is setting its sights on a more sustainable future with the announcement of the 'More & Cleaner Energy' strategy – a strategic move to pursue sustainable energy amidst a global energy transition and the battle against CO2. We encourage dialogue and collaboration between the public and private sectors and civil society as our country starts to adapt and prepare for the Energy Transition. We support Thailand's future energy needs and fulfill the increasing needs of consumers while reducing greenhouse gas emissions through innovation, partnership and people development.For Shell, smarter product innovations have a key role to play in Thailand's transition to a lower-carbon energy system. Our smart fuel and lubricant products that keep engines cleaner can make significant contributions to fuel the economy and reduce CO2 emissions. Meanwhile, new advances allow biofuels to be introduced as an alternative energy source that supports the prosperity of people and builds on Thailand's competitive advantage by avoiding competition with the food value chain, reducing cost and providing higher energy recovery. Shell's presence in Thailand dates back to 1892 when the first barge containing Shell kerosene docked in Bangkok. Shell played a pioneering role in the advancement of the industry, from the establishment of refineries to a nationwide network of gasoline stations. The company has also helped to strengthen the talent base within the energy sector in Thailand as well as the capabilities of Thai children and youth.Shell is continuing its support for schools and communities in areas where we operate, promoting road safety from within our own operations to society as a whole, and educating the general public through our network of retail locations and quality customer care. Shell is also continuously developing Thai talent for the future within Shell and beyond by inspiring Thai students through Shell Eco-marathon events, which help increase awareness and support research and development of lower-emission vehicles. A new energy system is emerging in a journey that will unfold over the coming decades at different paces in different places. This energy transition presents challenges, opportunities and tough choices for governments, businesses and customers. For 126 years, Shell Thailand has been making Thais' life's journeys better. We are actively adapting to these forthcoming changes in the energy landscape and believe Shell's 'More and Cleaner Energy' strategy will allow us to fine-tune our business operations to optimally move in step with Thailand through this energy transition period.
 
Products or Services
• Retail - more than 600 service stations
• Lubricants - Lube Oil Blending Plant, which is also serving the APAC region.
• Bitumen – Shell Thailand houses a state of the art Bitumen Solution Center, showcasing technology
leadership in Specialties for the region.
• Transport fuels, heavy, heating fuels to enterprises in many industries.
 
Senior Management
Mr. Panun Prachuabmoh - Country Chairman and Chief Financial Officer,
Ms. Veethara Trakulboon - Executive Director Lubricants Business,
Mr. Ruengsak Sritanawiboonchai - Acting Executive Director – Retail Business,
Mr. Chuchart Sriwanwit - Commercial Fuels Business Manager
Mrs. Chanida Pincharoen - Executive Director Human Resources, Thailand and Vietnam,
Mr. Kamon Kongsakulvatanasook - Managing Director Shell Property Development J.V.
Mr. Kamolpat Baholyodhin - Specialties Business Manager Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar
Mr. Ong-Artpan Posri - Executive Director Facility Management
 
BCCT Member Company since 1946
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