2015 media releases

Shell Indonesia launches “Desa BERSEMI” program in Marunda, Bekasi

Dec 21, 2015

The program aims to increase community awareness and initiative in realizing a clean, healthy, environmentally friendly, and productive residential area.

Instilling Road Safety awareness from early age through Road Safety Competitions

Dec 16, 2015

Supporting a Decade of Action for Road Safety, Shell instills awareness through Road Safety Competitions for Jakarta elementary students

Creatively Utilizing Rattan, Studio Hiji Receives Most Potential Young Enterpreneur Award at the 2015 Shell LiveWIRE Business Start-up Awards

Nov 19, 2015

Jakarta, November 19, 2015 – Four local start-up companies led by Indonesian young entrepreneurs have been selected as winners of the 2015 Shell LiveWIRE Business Start-up Awards, announced in Jakarta last night (11/18).

Shell Marine Products Keen To Support Indonesia’s Maritime Infrastructure Development

Nov 06, 2015

Shell Marine Products (SMP) is one of the leading suppliers of marine lubricants in Indonesia backed by its vast experience in the marine industry lasting over 100 years.

Shell Opens Largest Internationally Operated Lubricants Plant In Indonesia

Nov 05, 2015

Jakarta, November 5, 2015 – As part of its continued growth strategy, Shell today opened its latest lubricant blending plant in Asia and the largest operated lubricant plant among the international oil companies in Indonesia.

Shell Technology Center Hamburg Answers Operational Challenges in Industrial Sector

Oct 09, 2015

Shell Technology Center Hamburg breakthrough with Gas-to-Liquid synthetic lubricant, answering operational challenges in industrial sector

President Jokowi welcomes the Indonesian winners of the Shell Eco-marathon (SEM) Asia competition

Sep 30, 2015

Jakarta, September 30th, 2015. President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) officially welcomes the students and their supervising lecturers from the winning teams of 2014–2015 energy-efficient vehicle competition Shell Eco-Marathon (SEM) Asia in the State Palace today (30/09). They were also a part of the team of 27 students from 18 universities in 13 cities, which will represent Indonesia in the 2016 Shell Eco-Marathon Asia in Manila, Philippines on March 3rd – 6th, 2016.

World expert in Bitumen technology meets key stakeholders in Indonesia

Sep 29, 2015

Jakarta, 29 September 2015 - Shell General Manager of Bitumen Technology, Professor John Read visited Indonesia to present the latest insights in bitumen technology to key stakeholders, including officials from the Ministry of Public Work, Angkasa Pura II, Civil Aviation authorities and major Indonesian contractors. These insights are part of the latest updates featured in the Shell Bitumen Handbook, Sixth Edition, published in February 2015.

Shell wins international award for bitumen odour-reducing product

Jul 07, 2015

Shell Bitumen has been named the winner of the 2015 Global Road Achievement Awards (GRAA) by the International Road Federation (IRF) in the research category for its bitumen odour-neutralising product, Shell Bitufresh.

Shell launches natural gas based motorcycle oil

Jun 11, 2015

Shell Lubricants Indonesia launches Shell Advance Ultra with PurePlus Technology, the first natural gas-based motorcycle oil formulated with Shell PurePlus Technology.

Shell returns as PSC operator to explore deep water Indonesia

May 22, 2015

Shell has signed a Production Sharing Contract (PSC) with SKK Migas for the deep-water block Pulau Moa Selatan which is located in Moluccas of Eastern Indonesia.

Three Indonesian Student Teams Shine in Shell Eco-Marathon Asia 2015

Mar 01, 2015

Indonesia wins six trophies in the Prototype and UrbanConcept categories

Limited-edition Shell V-Power LEGO® Collection Races Into Shell Stations

Feb 24, 2015

New Ferrari models and LEGO® playsets now available exclusively at Shell stations with every purchase of twenty five (25) litre of Shell V-Power/Diesel.

Shell Bitumen lays ground for growth in Indonesia

Feb 09, 2015

Shell Bitumen, like Indonesia, is also poised for further growth, as more road infrastructure is planned to be built in the coming years to improve connectivity throughout the archipelago