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2010

  • 01/03/2011 Pilipinas Shell’s “Movement Against Malaria” Program Wins Asian CSR Excellence Award

    The “Movement Against Malaria” (MAM), a malaria prevention and control program implemented by Pilipinas Shell in 40 provinces nationwide through its social investment arm Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc. (PSFI), was conferred an Excellence Award in the Concern for Health category of the 9th Asian Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Awards, Asia’s premier Awards program on corporate social responsibility.

  • 01/03/2011 48 Finalists Gear Up For Shell National Chess Crowns

    Forty-eight players, who emerged from the tough nationwide eliminations in the last four months, will slug it out for top honours in the juniors and kiddies divisions at the 2010 Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship (Shell Active Chess) grand finals on Oct. 23-24 at SM Megamall’s Event Center in Mandaluyong City.

  • 12/01/2011 Shell Youth Active Chess Honors NCR Leg’s Youngest Player

    Four-year old Kaye Ann de Leon was hailed as the youngest player during the nine-round Swiss system tournament of the 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship National Capital Region Leg held recently at SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City.

  • 30/12/2010 Shell offers discounts to transport sector

    In response to the call of the Department of Energy to help out the transport sector in cushioning the impact of rising oil prices, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (Shell) will expand its Pepeng Pasada Loyalty Rewards Programme, to offer a P0.50 per litre discount on diesel fuel for jeeps and buses beginning January 1, 2011. The discount will be made available to members of Shell’s Pepeng Pasada Loyalty Rewards Programme for public utility vehicle drivers and may be availed through Pepeng Pasada lanes initially in 15 retail sites across Metro Manila.

  • 02/12/2010 Shell Signs Charter Agreement with MIS Maritime Corp.

    Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation recently signed a term-charter agreement with MIS Maritime Corporation for the transport of its petroleum products.

  • 18/11/2010 May we ask for your understanding

    Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (PSPC) respectfully requests your understanding for the temporary closures and product run-outs in our retail stations in Metro Manila and parts of Luzon. The continued shutdown of the First Philippine Industrial Corporation (FPIC) pipeline, which transports PSPC’s petroleum products from our Batangas refinery to our Pandacan depot in Manila has severely constrained our ability to keep all our stations supplied.

  • 18/11/2010 Gift of Art: Shell Celebrates Seven Years of Gawad Kalinga

    Celebrating seven years of Gawad Kalinga’s fight to reduce poverty in the country, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (Pilipinas Shell), in cooperation with the SM Supermalls, will stage an art sale for the benefit of Gawad Kalinga from November 20 to 27, 2010 at the 4/F Bridgeway of SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City.

  • 11/11/2010 Prolonged Pipeline Shutdown Not Sustainable

    Supply of petroleum products to Pandacan are expected to normalise before the end of this week as a result of various contingency measures undertaken by Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (PSPC) in response to the Batangas-Manila pipeline shutdown. However, runouts in gasoline stations and customers are expected to continue for a number of weeks as there is a backlog of deliveries. In addition, significant logistical difficulties, including road traffic, river tide restrictions, jetty congestion issues will continue to pose challenges in ensuring safe and reliable supply of products to the market.

  • 05/11/2010 Shell Oil Supply To Normalise Next Week

    In response to the continued shutdown of the Batangas-Manila petroleum pipeline, which supplies products to its Pandacan Depot, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (PSPC) continues to deploy alternative supply arrangements in order to ensure the continuity of supply to its customers in the Metro Manila areas.

  • 03/11/2010 Shell Positions Supply Mother Ship Off the Pasig River to Address Oil Supply Concerns

    Following the shutdown of the petroleum pipeline which supplies petroleum products to its Pandacan Depot, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (PSPC) has activated its business contingency plan, in order to ensure continuity of supply to customers.

  • 02/11/2010 Shell National Youth Active Chess Grand Finals Ceremonial Move

    Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation Vice President for Communications Roberto Kanapi (seated, left) and Department of Education Assistant Secretary for Legislative and Liaison Affairs Atty. Tony Umali (seated, right) in a handshake after making the ceremonial move during the recently concluded 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship (Shell Active Chess) Grand Finals held in the Event Center of SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City.

  • 02/11/2010 Laguna’s Pride Seals Shell Active Chess National Kiddies Division

    Christian Nañola (front row, middle) of Laguna College of Business and Arts sealed a score of 7 points at the end of the nine-round Swiss system tournament format of the recently concluded 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship (Shell Active Chess) at the Event Center of SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City, thus making him this year’s national champion in the Kiddies division category.

  • 02/11/2010 RTU Scholar Bags Shell Active Chess National Juniors Crown

    Richelieu Salcedo III (front row, middle) of Rizal Technological University seized the national Juniors division championship crown in the recently concluded 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship (Shell Active Chess) held at the Event Center of SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City.

  • 02/11/2010 Shell National Youth Active Chess Honors 8-Year Old Youngest Finalist

    Eight-year old Stephen Rome Pangilinan (front row) of Christian Ecclesiastical School - Bulacan was hailed as the Art Borjal Awardee being the youngest finalist during the 2010 Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship Grand Finals held recently at the Event Center of SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City.

  • 19/10/2010 Sino ang hindi nagpapahayag ng tamang impormasyon?

    Noong nakaraang linggo, nagsampa ng reklamo ang Bureau of Customs (Customs) laban sa mga opisyal at kawani ng Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (Shell) dahil sa diumano’y pandaraya ng kompanya sa pagbabayad ng tamang buwis. Ginigiit ng Customs na sinadya ng Shell na hindi ideklara ang pag-angkat nito ng Catalytic Cracked Gasoline (CCG) at Light Catalytic Cracked Gasoline (LCCG) noong 2005-2009 sa pamamagitan ng paggamit ng “tariff heading” na “Tetrapropylene”. Ayon sa Customs, ginawa umano ito ng Shell upang maiwasang magbayad ng karampatang buwis para sa iniangkat na produkto. Bukod dito ay nagsagawa ng “press conference” ang mga opisyal ng Customs at namigay ng mga “press release” na tahasang inaakusahan ang Shell ng “technical smuggling.” Sinabi rin ng mga taga-Customs na sadyang umiwas ang Shell na magbayad ng “excise tax” at “value added tax (VAT)” para dito.

  • 19/10/2010 Who is misdeclaring the facts?

    The Bureau of Customs (Customs) filed a complaint against officers and employees of Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (Shell) last week, alleging that the latter intentionally misdeclared its 2005-2009 Catalytic Cracked Gasoline (CCG) and Light Catalytic Cracked Gasoline (LCCG) importations by using the tariff heading “Tetrapropylene” to evade the payment of the proper taxes and duties. Worse, Customs officials held a press conference and distributed media releases, where it publicly accused Shell of "technical smuggling" and made it appear that Shell evaded the payment of excise taxes and the VAT thereon.

  • 15/10/2010 Shell Statement on BOC Charge of Alleged Technical Smuggling

    In various media reports today, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (Shell) was reported to have defrauded the government by not paying excise and value added taxes (VAT) for import shipments of catalytic cracked gasoline (CCG) or light catalytic cracked gasoline (LCCG), which Shell allegedly “misclassified” as tetra-propylene for the period 2005 -2009.

  • 13/10/2010 Pilipinas Shell Runs for Road Safety and Courtesy

    Auto Review, one of the longest-running motoring shows on Philippine television, recently staged its 4th Auto Review Run for Road Safety and Courtesy at the Fort in Taguig City. Attracting close to 5,000 running aficionados, the annual advocacy event urges government and the private sector, together with the general public, to answer the call for a concerted effort to avert the alarming increase in deaths due to road traffic accidents.

  • 13/10/2010 Shell Joins the Historic Race for Pasig River

    Shell companies in the Philippines (or Shell) joined the rest of the nation in the historic ‘Run for the Pasig River’, an attempt to restore the beauty of the Pasig River, a river intricately woven into the Filipino identity. The Shell contingent, composed of employees, contractors, Pandacan communities, Pilipinas Shell Foundation staff, Shell Eco-marathon Asia students and Shell dealers, participated in the 3K, 5K and 10K race categories on October 10, 2010 at the SM Mall of Asia.

  • 28/09/2010 Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc. named as MDG Warrior

    Pilipinas Shell Foundation Inc. (PSFI), receives recognition as one of the seven Philippines’ Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Warriors, in a nationwide search for grassroots heroes and ordinary citizens who made a big difference in their community, organized by Probe Media Foundation, Kodak Philippines and the United Nations Millennium Campaign. The search is in line with the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

  • 28/09/2010 Shell Ranked No. 1 Lubricants Supplier Globally For Fourth Consecutive Year

    Customer focus and technology leadership ensured increased market share and competitive lead despite economic recession

  • 16/09/2010 Shell National Active Chess Honors Mindanao (Cagayan De Oro) Leg’s Youngest Player

    Four-year old Julian Faith Tucugue of Chenith Christian Kindergarten School – Cagayan de Oro was hailed as the youngest player during the nine-round Swiss system tournament of the 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship Mindanao Leg held recently at the Cagayan de Oro City Tourism Hall.

  • 16/09/2010 Pilipinas Shell Announces Shell National Active Chess – Mindanao (Cagayan De Oro) Leg Winners

    The 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship Mindanao Leg held recently at the Cagayan de Oro City Tourism Hall finished off with Felix Shaun Balbona of University of San Jose Recoletos – Cebu and Jerwell Andoy of Jose Maria College - Davao emerging as leg champions in the Kiddies and Juniors division respectively.

  • 16/09/2010 Shell National Active Chess Recognizes Mindanao (Cagayan De Oro) Leg Sportsmanship Awardee

    Randolph Christopher Dalauta (front row) of Rizal Technological University (Mandaluyong) receives an award for his admirable display of sportsmanship during the recent Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship Mindanao Leg held at the Cagayan de Oro City Tourism Hall.

  • 16/09/2010 Shell Active Chess Mindanao (Cagayan De Oro) Leg Ceremonial Move

    Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation Sustainable Development Manager Ronald Suarez (standing, right) and Cagayan de Oro City Vice Mayor Caesar Ian Acenas (standing, left) in a handshake after making the ceremonial move to formally open the recently concluded 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship (Shell Active Chess) Mindanao leg in Cagayan de Oro City Tourism Hall.

  • 07/09/2010 Shell Active Chess Davao Draws Largest Player Turnout

    The Davao leg of the Shell National Youth Active Chess (Shell Active Chess), the last of the eight-stage circuit, has already attracted 500 participants early on in the registration, reaching its maximum field of players and making it the largest participation from among the various host provinces of the competition across the country.

  • 19/08/2010 SNYACC Recognizes Western Visayas Leg Special Awardees

    In the recently concluded Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship Western Visayas Leg, Karen Joy Anoran (front row, 3rd from left) of West Negros University and Shiela Khan Sepanton (front row, extreme left) of Central Philippine University – Iloilo bagged the ‘Top Female Player’ Award for Kiddies and Juniors division respectively. Anoran scored 7.5 pts while Sepanton finished off with 6 pts.

  • 19/08/2010 Pilipinas Shell Announces SNYACC Western Visayas Leg Kiddies Division Winners

    Lyster Franz Andador (front row, middle) of Rafael B. Lacson Memorial High School – Negros Occ. swept a perfect score of 9 points and 50 Bucholz points to rule the Kiddies Division during the recently concluded 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship Western Visayas Leg at Central Philippine University - Iloilo gymnasium.

  • 19/08/2010 Pilipinas Shell Announces SNYACC Western Visayas Leg Juniors Division Winners

    Douglas Diego Perez (front row, middle) of John B. Lacson Colleges Foundation - Bacolod outwitted the Juniors division squad during the recently concluded 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship Western Visayas Leg at Central Philippine University - Iloilo gymnasium. Perez garnered a score of 7.5 points and 41.5 Bucholz points.

  • 19/08/2010 Shell Active Chess Western Visayas Leg Ceremonial Move

    Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation Lapus, Iloilo Terminal Manager Dante Gandionco (seated, left) and Iloilo City Vice Mayor Jose Espinosa III (seated, right) in a handshake during the ceremonial move to formally open the recently concluded 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship (Shell Active Chess) Western Visayas Leg in Central Philippine University – Iloilo gymnasium.

  • 11/08/2010 Cagayan De Oro Stages Shell Active Chess 7th Leg

    Cagayan de Oro hosts the first of two Mindanao legs of the Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship (Shell Active Chess) on September 11-12. A maximum field of 500 is open for interested players to vie for top honours in the kiddies and juniors divisions. Mindanao is the last stop of the eight-stage nationwide circuit of Shell Active Chess.

  • 11/08/2010 Cebu Hosts Shell Chess Elims Aug. 28-29

    Cebu takes its turn to host the 2010 Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship on Aug. 28-29 when it stages the sixth leg at the University of San Carlos-North Campus gymnasium in Gen. Maxilom Ave. Cebu City.

  • 11/08/2010 Shell Chess Resumes Aug. 14-15 in Iloilo

    The search for new chess stars in the 2010 Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship heads to the Visayas on Aug. 14-15 as Iloilo hosts the Western Visayas leg with a maximum field of 500 disputing the crowns in the juniors and kiddies divisions.

  • 05/08/2010 SNYACC - Naga Special Awardees

    In the recently concluded Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship Southern Luzon Leg - Naga, Marie Antoinette San Diego of The First Uniting Christian School – Cavite and Grace Ann Faith Cain of Living Heritage Academy – School of Tomorrow bagged the ‘Top Female Player’ Award for Kiddies and Juniors division respectively. San Diego scored 7.5 pts and 55 Bucholz while Cain finished off with 5 pts and 37 Bucholz. The ‘Top 8-year old-and-under’ Award went to Peverline Cardama of Salvacion Baybay Elementary School – Camarines Sur who landed a score of 6 pts and 55 Bucholz points. Ma. Athena Legaspi of Ateneo de Naga University received the ‘Sportsmanship Award’ for displaying the values of fair play and maturity during the two-day chess tournament. Meanwhile, the ‘Youngest Player Award’ went to 3-year old Daniel Zamora. Having 55 participants was Carolina Elementary School – Naga City represented by chess coach Rose Reyta who won the ‘School Most Represented” award in the Kiddies division, while Ateneo de Naga University with receiving the trophy brought 33 participants earning them the ‘School Most Represented’ title in the Juniors division.

  • 05/08/2010 SNYACC – Naga Ceremonial Move

    Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation Sustainable Development Manager Ronald Suarez (seated, right) and Naga City Mayor John Bongat (seated, left) in a handshake after making the ceremonial move to formally open the recently concluded 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship (Shell Active Chess) Southern Luzon Leg – Naga in SM City Naga Event Center. Witnessing the ceremonial move are (standing, left to right) Shell Pasacao Terminal Supervisor Bernie Marco, Shell Dealer Eugene Ong, Chief Arbiter Gene Poliarco, Shell Active Chess Tournament Director Alex Dinoy (partly hidden), Shell Business and Corporate Communications Manager Sankie Simbulan, Shell Active Chess Arbiters National Master Glenn Artuz and Roy Madayag.

  • 05/08/2010 SNYACC – Naga Winners

    Former Far Eastern University (FEU) student Jose Carlo Castro and Rizal Technological University’s (RTU) Richelieu Salcedo III emerged as leg champions in the Kiddies and Juniors division respectively during the recently concluded 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship Southern Luzon Leg at SM City Naga.

  • 20/07/2010 SNYACC Recognizes Northern Luzon Leg Special Awardees

    In the recently concluded Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship Northern Luzon Leg, Luanne Accad of Enrile North Central School and Armida Guillermo of Cagayan Colleges Tuguegarao bagged the ‘Top Female Player’ Award for Kiddies and Juniors division respectively. Enrile scored 6.5 pts while Guillermo finished off with 5 pts. The ‘Top 8-year old-and-under’ Award went to 7-year-old Stephen Rome Pangilinan of Christian Ecclesiastical School – Bulacan who landed a perfect score of 9 pts and 54.5 Bucholz points and was also the leg champion in the Kiddies division. Marfred Sanchez of Cagayan State University received the ‘Sportsmanship Award’ for displaying the values of fair play and maturity during the two-day chess tournament. Meanwhile, the ‘Youngest Player Award’ went to 5-year old Vinz Alfred Joaquin Guitering of Dodan Elementary School – Penablanca, Cagayan. Having 29 participants was Baybayog Elementary School represented by Leonardo Molina who won the ‘School Most Represented” award in the Kiddies division, while Cagayan State University with Jesus Anastacio receiving the trophy brought 14 participants earning them the ‘School Most Represented’ title in the Juniors division.

  • 20/07/2010 SNYACC – Batangas Leg Winners

    Far Eastern University’s – FERN Paul Robert Evangelista and San Sebastian College – Recoletos’ Kristian Paulo Cristobal emerge as leg champions in the Kiddies and Juniors division respectively in the recent 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship Southern Luzon Leg at SM City Naga Event Center.

  • 20/07/2010 SNYACC Batangas Leg’s Top Female Player – Juniors Division

    Gladys Hazelle Romero (middle) of Mabini Junior College – Tanauan City, Batangas outdoes the rest of her female contenders in the Juniors division of the recent 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship Southern Luzon (Batangas) Leg at SM City Batangas Event Center.

  • 20/07/2010 SNYACC Batangas Leg Sportsmanship Awardee

    De La Salle Lipa’s Charmaine Casimina (middle) receives an award for her admirable display of sportsmanship during the recent Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship Southern Luzon (Batangas) Leg at SM City Batangas Event Center. Casimina exhibited the values of fair play and maturity during the eight-round Swiss System tournament.

  • 20/07/2010 Shell Active Chess Batangas Leg Ceremonial Move

    Shell Tabangao Refinery Operations Manager Andrew Castueras (seated, right) and Batangas City Executive Assistant to the Mayor Ms. Luz Amparo (seated, left) make a ceremonial move to formally open the 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship (Shell Active Chess) Southern Luzon Leg in SM City Batangas Event Center. Witnessing the ceremonial move are (standing, left to right) Pilipinas Shell Sustainable Development Manager Ronald Suarez, Shell Tabangao Refinery Human Resources Manager Alex Merano, and Chief Arbiter Gene Poliarco.

  • 05/07/2010 SNYACC – Northern Luzon Leg Winners

    Seven-year old Stephen Rome Pangilinan and 2009 Shell Active Chess Kiddies division national champion Vince Angelo Medina emerged as leg champions in the Kiddies and Juniors division respectively during the recently concluded 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship Northern Luzon Leg at Cagayan Colleges Tuguegarao.

  • 05/07/2010 SNYACC Northern Luzon Leg Ceremonial Move

    Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation Sustainable Development Manager Ronald Suarez (seated, right) and Cagayan Colleges Tuguegarao President Dr. Victor Perez (seated, left) make a ceremonial move to formally open the recently concluded 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship (Shell Active Chess) Northern Luzon Leg in Cagayan Colleges Tuguegarao gymnasium. Witnessing the ceremonial move are (standing, left to right) Shell Active Chess staff Bernie Castro, Shell Active Chess Tournament Director Alex Dinoy, Chief Arbiter Gene Poliarco, Shell Active Chess Arbiters Linar Agustin and Roy Madayag.

  • 01/07/2010 Shell National Youth Active Chess – NCR Leg Winners

    The 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship National Capital Region Leg held recently at SM Megamall finished off with De La Salle University's Mari Joseph Turqueza and Jerad Docena from Far Eastern University- FERN Diliman emerging as leg champions in the Juniors and Kiddies division respectively.

  • 01/07/2010 Shell Active Chess Opens With NCR Leg

    Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation VP for Communications Roberto Kanapi (seated, left) and Grandmaster Jayson Gonzales (seated, right) make a ceremonial move to formally open the recently concluded 18th Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship (Shell Active Chess) National Capital Region Leg in SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City.

  • 23/06/2010 2010 Shell Active Chess Goes To Naga

    The expanded 2010 Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship moves to its fourth stage for the Southern Luzon eliminations on July 31 -August 1 at SM City Naga’s Event Center in Naga City.

  • 23/06/2010 2010 Shell Active Chess Goes To Batangas

    Batangas City will host the third leg of the 2010 Shell National Youth Active Chess Championships (Shell Active Chess) on July 17-18 for the Southern Luzon eliminations at SM City Batangas’ Event Center.

  • 23/06/2010 2010 Shell Active Chess Heads Upnorth

    The expanded 2010 Shell National Youth Active Chess Championships moves to its second leg for the Northern Luzon eliminations to be held on July 3-4 at the Cagayan Colleges Tuguegarao gym in Tuguegarao City, Cagayan.

  • 11/06/2010 Shell Active Chess Kicks Off New Season June 26-27

    The continuing search for future chess stars resumes this month when the Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship (Shell Active Chess), the nation's longest running, grassroots-based chess tournament, kicks off its 2010 season on June 26-27 with an expanded series, guaranteeing another banner year for the sport and exposure for the country’s leading and rising players.

  • 12/04/2010 UST, Don Bosco and Mapua gear up for first Asian version of Shell fuel-efficiency challenge

    Hot on the heels of the successful first street run in Houston in late March, over 100 teams, including the Philippines’ University of Santo Tomas, Mapua Institute of Technology, and Don Bosco Technological College, are gearing up for the first-ever Shell Ecomarathon in Asia, to be held at the Sepang F1 race-track in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from July 8-10.

  • 05/04/2010 Shell Commits to Earth Hour 2010

    On the 27th of March 2010 at 8:30PM, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (Shell) joined cities and towns across the world in turning off their lights for one hour – EARTH HOUR – sending a powerful global message that it’s time to take action on global warming.

  • 21/03/2010 THE PUBLIC DESERVES TO KNOW - Business Community expresses serious concern about the Shell Tax Issue

    In various public statements in recent weeks, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (Shell) clarified its position on the key issues regarding the alleged non-payment of excise taxes for its imports of Catalytic Cracked Gasoline (CCG) and Light Catalytic Cracked Gasoline (LCCG). Shell maintains that it has paid all applicable taxes on these raw materials, and that there are no factual or legal bases for saying otherwise.

  • 03/03/2010 OSG Formally Accepts Agreement Between Government and Shell on Tax Case

    Today, the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) confirmed before the Court of Tax Appeals (CTA) the Bureau of Customs' acceptance of Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation's (Pilipinas Shell) offer to post a surety bond in lieu of cash as security for its alleged tax deficiency worth P7.35 billion.

  • 18/02/2010 PARA SA INYONG KAALAMAN - Ang katotohanan tungkol sa Shell tax issue

    Kamakailan, napabalita ang usapin ukol sa umano’y hindi pagbabayad ng Pilipinas Shell Corporation (SHELL) ng excise tax para sa pag-angkat ng Catalytic Cracked Gasoline (CCG) at Light Catalytic Cracked Gasoline (LCCG), na nagkakahalaga ng P7.35 bilyon mula taong 2004-2009.

  • 16/02/2010 THE PUBLIC DESERVES TO KNOW - What the Shell Tax issue is all about

    Recently, the public has heard of the issue regarding alleged non-payment by Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (PSPC) of excise taxes for imports of Catalytic Cracked Gasoline (CCG) and light catalytic cracked gasoline (LCCG), amounting to Php 7.35 billion for the years 2004-09.

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