1892 – On September 23, 1892, the SS Murex, the world's first oil tanker, approached Bangkok's shores with 1,250 tonnes of "Crown" kerosene. Shell built Pak Lat Terminal Samut Prakan, the company’s first terminal in Thailand. The event marked the beginning of Shell's success story in the Kingdom.
1897 – The Samuel brothers formed Shell Transport and Trading Company and used a seashell for the company’s logo.
1903 – To facilitate marketing in the Asian region, Shell Transport and Trading Company and Royal Dutch Petroleum Company set up a new corporation called the Asiatic Petroleum Company.
1914 – Asiatic Petroleum (Siam) Ltd. was first housed on Oriental Lane. At the same time, an oil import terminal was established at Bangpakok, providing bulk storage facilities for the company's petroleum products.