Description Of Royal Dutch Shell Plc

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(a) Description of Royal Dutch Shell plc Royal Dutch Shell plc is a public limited company registered in England and Wales and headquartered in The Hague, the Netherlands. It has three business segments: upstream, downstream and corporate. Upstream: focus on exploration for new liquids and natural gas reserves and on developing major new projects. Downstream: focus on turning crude oil into a range of refined products for domestic, industrial and transport use. [1]Shell’s major focus on need to build sustainable energy future. Shell stresses its role in integrating sustainability at all levels of its business. It planning to reduce impact on the environment. Shell working to minimise its environmental impact in a number of ways: •…show more content…
Shell reinforces the position of company as a leader which meet global energy demand responsibly in the oil and gas industry. It emphasis on safety and environmental and social responsibility across their activities[2] 2. In order to get technological advantages to access new resources which can better satisfy the needs of customers and reduce expenditure or increase revenue, Shell continues spending sustained investment research and development (R&D). [2] 3. Shell announced that the respect for human rights which are important across activities of Shell and work with other companies and non-governmental organisations to improve the awareness of human rights. [2] 4. Shell conducts physical and financial contracts to lease storage and transportation capacities and manage shipping activities globally. [3] 5. Shell believes that their technology, project delivery capability and operational excellence will remain key differentiators for our businesses. Over 80% of capital investment in 2015 is in upstream businesses.[3] Management control: the acquisition and efficient use of resources in the accomplishment of organizational goals. 6. In order to recruit externally to implement their strategy and growth plans for the future, hiring about 1,200 graduates [4] 7. Facilities to capture and store CO2 should be a key part of the global solution. Our Quest
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