“This proud achievement is in line with Shell Indonesia's aspiration to be a workplace that respects diversity and inclusion, encourages collaboration between divisions and business lines, and provides support to all employees to develop themselves to their full potential. To me, this award is the result of the achievements and contributions of all employees both individually and together as the Shell Indonesia family, "said Dian Andyasuri, President Director and Country Chair of Shell Indonesia. Dian hopes this achievement will serve as an encouragement for all Shell Indonesia employees to continue to provide the best performance to all stakeholders.

The award was given to Shell Indonesia based on assessments of three main aspects of Core, Self, and Group. In Core, employees assess the company’s policies through a number of specific inquiries, such as concerning how employees were engaged in the decision-making process, or what supporting facilities and benefits provided by the company for employees. Self assesses aspects of employee’s mind and feelings while working at the office, while Group assesses the collective perception of employees regarding working cultures at the company.

Responding to the award, Harry Permadi, VP Human Resources Shell Indonesia said, “The main factor that distinguishes Shell Indonesia from others for the HR Asia Award is our focus on employees’ welfare. Shell Indonesia has delivered several initiatives to maintain and improve employees’ wellbeing, especially during this challenging period.”

Harry explained some COVID-19 related benefits given to Shell Indonesia’s employees, such as access to a leading online medical provider, ergonomic benefits to support employees while ‘Working from Home’ period so that they can work comfortably at home, as well as various virtual sessions to boost employees’ motivation and maintain their mental health. Meanwhile, in human resource development, Shell Indonesia focuses on efforts to develop competitive world-class superior talents to be able to contribute and build a greater future of Indonesia or “Powering Talent and Progressing The Nation.”

Shell also gives special attention to People (employees) aspect in company’s strategic decision making, especially those related to employee policies. On that matter, Dian said, “In making the right decision as a company, the employees’ voices are to be heard. We provide employees with channels to deliver their aspirations and input for the company leaders both directly and indirectly. This is aligned with our value of respect for people we always believe in.” explained Dian.

For further information, please contact:

Rhea Sianipar
VP External Relations PT Shell Indonesia
Email : seruni.sianipar@shell.com


The history of Royal Dutch Shell in Indonesia started over 100 years ago, following its first oil discovery in Pangkalan Brandan, North Sumatra.

Shell today has a strong downstream presence in Indonesia. It was the first international petroleum retail brand in the country with more than 100 operating sites in Jabodetabek, West Java, East Java and North Sumatera. Shell owns and operates fuel terminal in Gresik. In 2006, Shell started its commercial fuels, marines and bitumen businesses in Indonesia, providing oil products and related technical support to the industrial, transport and mining sectors. Shell is also recognized as one of the leading companies with the largest lubricant market share in Indonesia, serving motorists and industrial customers. As a testament of Shell's commitment in investing in Indonesia, Shell established a lubricant oil blending plant (LOBP) in Marunda, Bekasi, with a production capacity of 136 million liters (120 thousand tons).

In Upstream sector, Shell Indonesia is a strategic partner of Inpex, Masela PSC operator which includes Abadi gas field.