Shell Thailand drives ‘More and Cleaner Energy’ through partnerships with all sectors, welcomes visit by Department of Energy Business
Feb 07, 2019
Bangkok - The Shell Company of Thailand Limited affirmed its commitment to drive “More and Cleaner Energy” through partnerships with all sectors. On January 25, Mr. Asada Harinsuit (sixth from left), Chairman of the Shell Company of Thailand Limited, and the company’s management welcomed Ms. Nantika Thangsuphanich (sixth from right), Director General of the Department of Energy Business, and delegates to observe operations at Shell’s Chong Nonsri Terminal.
Mr. Asada Harinsuit (sixth from left), Chairman of the Shell Company of Thailand Limited, and the company’s management welcomed Ms. Nantika Thangsuphanich (sixth from right), Director General of the Department of Energy Business
Mr. Asada Harinsuit, Chairman of the Shell Company of Thailand Limited, said: “Shell is committed to providing energy to support Thailand’s economic growth and social development and protect the country’s environment through cooperation with all sectors. In the 90 years since Shell’s Chong Nonsri Terminal was established to ensure adequate storage of energy in line with the country’s situation and natural resources, we have always focused on conducting our business with the purpose to ‘Make Life’s Journeys Better’ by developing innovations, partnerships, and people.”
Officials from the Department of Energy Business also visited the nearby Wat Klong Toey Nai community to learn about Shell’s operational excellence and world-class health, safety, security and environment systems from the community’s residents. Shell is the first company in Thailand to earn the ISO 45001:2018 certification from the Management System Certification Institute (MASCI). Moreover, the Chong Nonsri Terminal is an important part of Thailand’s energy system, distributing fuels to support both the household and business sectors. The terminal is also a main production hub of lubricants and bitumen in Thailand and Asia-Pacific and has the capability to support oil shipments both by sea and through pipelines.
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