2013 Media Releases

Shell LiveWIRE Business Start-Up Awards (BSA) 2013


Shell Indonesia handed over Shell LiveWIRE Business Start-up Awards (BSA) 2013 to 10 young start-up entrepreneurs. They are young, creative in optimizing the opportunity and advanced information technology while contributing to the the environment.

Southeast Asia can lead the way in clean energy future


Southeast Asia, home to nearly 600 million people, has seen robust growth despite two major financial crises. Since 1990, the region has grown at an average of 9% while its urban populations have nearly doubled in the same period. Millions have been lifted from poverty.

Shell Eco-marathon Asia in Malaysia cancelled due to haze


In light of the worsening air quality with the heavy haze in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Shell has taken the decision to cancel the Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2013, which was to take place from July 4 to 7 in the Malaysian capital.

Shell diesel extra is good news for mining and fleet operators


Shell Diesel Extra is now available in Indonesia. Designed to help Mining and Fleet operators get the most of their transport vehicles, Shell Diesel Extra has been specially formulated to help save fuel by up to 3%*, reduce fall-off in engine performance and lower CO2 emissions and black smoke**.

Shell LiveWIRE Business Start-Up Awards (BSA) 2013: An International Extent Competition for Young Entrepreneurs


Shell Indonesia announces the Shell LiveWIRE “Business Start-Up Awards (BSA) 2013”. This competition, globally-run, gives two hundreds and fifty million rupiah cash awards to 10 winners the opportunity to participate in business coaching for 2 years, also the opportunity to share experiences with other young entrepreneurs in 14 countries worldwide.  The winners also stand a chance to become the members of Shell LiveWIRE International Hall of Fame. The application for BSA 2013 has been opened since April 2013 and will end next July 2013.

Surabaya Municipal and Shell Indonesia Inaugurate "Bank Sampah"


Through CSR program titled as SUPEL (Shell untuk Pelestarian Lingkungan), Surabaya Administration together with Shell Indonesia and Urban Community Development Center (Pusdakota) of Surabaya University have inaugurated Bank Sampah (Waste Bank) in Babatan Village, Surabaya. Profits from the sale of the waste will be deposited in Bank Sampah and later used to finance village development and savings-and-loan schemes in Babatan.