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Shell in Malaysia
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Sarawak Shell Berhad concluded the Kuching leg of its annual flagship Shell Traffic Games (STG) today, the final leg prior to the state level STG, involving 416 students from 26 schools from the division.
Sarawak Shell Berhad concluded the Kota Samarahan leg of the 2014 Shell Traffic Games (STG) today, involving more than 350 students from 22 schools from the division.
KUCHING, The annual flagship road safety educational programme – Shell Traffic Games (STG) gathered over 350 students, representing their respective divisions at the state-level STG at the Kenyalang Park Traffic Garden here today.
CYBERJAYA – 20 volunteers from Shell Malaysia's Contracting & Procurement (CP) team in Cyberjaya and Kuala Lumpur recently brought cheer and learnings to more than 40 children of an orphanage located in Klang and Subang during an outing to Petaling Jaya as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative.
KUCHING - Sarawak Chief Minister YAB Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Haji Adenan Satem today received a delegation from Shell, headed by Iain Lo, Chairman of Shell Malaysia and Managing Director of Sarawak Shell Berhad.
SARAWAK, Sarikei, Saturday, 6 September 2014 – Shell Malaysia concluded the Sarikei leg of its annual flagship Shell Traffic Games (STG) today, involving 176 students from 11 schools from the division.
SHELL EDUCATION EXCELLENCE AWARDS - 18 NEW SCHOLARS FROM SARAWAK IN 2014 - Over RM 100 million social investment spend in the last decade on Human Capital Development via scholarships and bursaries.
Sarawak Shell Berhad concluded the Miri leg of its annual flagship Shell Traffic Games (STG) today, involving more than 350 students from 22 schools from the division.
Ride N’ Seek: Borneo is a motorcycle travelogue featuring bubbly host, Jaime Dempsey who will explore remote locations and activities across East Malaysia and Brunei over the course of 30 days. The series makes a return for a second season with Shell Advance as one of its associate sponsors.
On the basis of the passenger manifest of MH flight 17, which Malaysian Airlines has now published, we believe we can accurately communicate the names of the Shell employees that were on the flight.