PROJECT SHELTER: Shell Philippines’ COVID-19 Response
As the spread of COVID-19 continues to affect everyone in the country, Shell puts top priority on the health and safety of our people, customers and the community, along with the safe operations of all our businesses. We continue to monitor the situation closely and respond to the needs of our kababayans.
Our Community Efforts
Shell salutes the Frontliners who have been tirelessly working to #FlattenTheCurve. To support the communities, medical and government frontliners.
We will continue to monitor the situation and closely and follow advice from public health authorities to help ensure the well-being of our employees, customers and local communities.
Shell Philippines COVID-19 response
For our people
The safety and well-being of our employees matter to us. As such, Shell has made available the following services to its employees:
- Flexible working arrangements
- Financial assistance such as access to emergency loans
- 24x7 Tele-Medicine medical service to minimize staff exposure to hospitals and clinics.
- Virtual counseling services
- Temporary accommodation and transportation support needed for business continuity.
For our customers
Amidst the challenges, we strive to continue providing vital energy products to our customers and communities and have business continuity plans in place to sustain our operations. Malampaya continues to operate to provide 40% of Luzon’s power needs and our Shell stations will remain open to serve motorists and provide basic services.
Donation of N95 Masks to the Department of Health
Operations Manager Monette Soriao sends off her crew of Malampaya engineers to the offshore platfom to keep the lights on in the homes of Filipinos.
Retail stations are implementing sanitation measures to ensure safe and reliable operations.
Donation of Select water bottles in a Manila hospital.
Free fuels are offered to transport companies to aid in the transportation of medical workers and ongoing relief efforts.
Malampaya Engineers at work amid uncertainty to keep the lights on in the homes of the Filipinos.
Operations Manager Monette Soriao sends off her crew of Malampaya engineers to the offshore platform to keep the lights on in the homes of Filipinos.
Tabangao Batangas Refinery team ready to deliver the relief goods in nearby communities.
Food packs are offered to various frontliners in various retail stations in the country.
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