Shell: Fight vs. Malaria nearing end, but not over

Feb 20, 2020

Four provinces in the country remain afflicted by malaria, according to the Department of Health (DoH), and it is these last few vulnerable groups that are proving to be the most challenging to help, says Pilipinas Shell Foundation Inc. (PSFI) Executive Director Sebastian Quiñones Jr. 

Leeroy’s “Kulambo” Weaves Stories on Fight vs. Malaria

Feb 20, 2020

Children from the 60s are all too familiar with the kulambo, or anti-mosquito nets, as they symbolize their parents’ efforts to keep them safe from sickness.

Today, the modest kulambo has transformed into a symbol of hope in the battle against malaria.

Shell Leads National Fuel Marking Efforts

Feb 10, 2020

Pilipinas Shell conducted its fuel marking operations at its Northern Mindanao Import Facility (NMIF) in Cagayan de Oro city last November 2019 to support the government’s program on fuel marking.

Pilipinas Shell Opens Shelter Stations, Moves Volunteer Operations In Batangas

Jan 28, 2020

When ash and steam began to spew from the Taal volcano, no one expected that it will once again test the resilience and generosity of Filipinos. This has spurred industry leaders including Pilipinas Shell to do their part in providing help and assistance to those who are affected.

There’s More to Coconut than Food and Fuel

Jan 10, 2020

Coco Hub Trains Farmers on Alternative Economy. Considered one of the Philippines’ major crop exports, over the years the coconut has lived up to its name as the tree of life.