This is Shell's first annual and sustainability report, which provides an overview of Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation's (PSPC) baseline financial, operational, and sustainability performance.
Shell companies in the Philippines (SciP) includes various companies operating in oil and gas exploration, refining, distribution, marketing, and business services.
It contains Standard Disclosures, in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G$ Sustainability Reporting Guidelines.
Shell is an integrated international energy company with expertise in the production, refining, and marketing of oil and natural gas. Shell operates in 70+ countries around the world, including the Philippines.
SciP includes Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (PSPC), PSPC refines, blends, transports, and markets a wide range of high quality fuels, lubricants, bitumen, and other specialty oil-based products. We operate a refinery with a nameplate capacity of 110,000 barrels per day, and we have a 996 active retail stations nationwide.
SciP is now among the country's largest investors that employs around 3,000 staff nationwide.
Our commercial business is composed of wholesale commercial fuels, aviation, bituman, and lubricants business.
Our valued-added service includes providing end-to-end technical consulting services to our customers, and our offerings are supported by a strong professional marketing team.
PSPC's wholesale commercial fuels portfolio covers diesel, fuel oil, gasoline, kerosene, naphtha, and blended fuels. In 2016, our sales on wholesale commercial fuels were mainly comprised of fuel oil, diesel, and a small portion of other fuel products. With a nationwide scope, these products are supplied to power, manufacturing, marine, mining, and other industries.
No one customer accounts for ten percent or more of our revenues and nearly 60% of principal supply relationships have spanned over five years. This is a result of decades worth of relationship-building, consistent product quality, and providing value added services, such as fixed price assurance and risk management arrangements.