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The Shell pilot plant that will turn rubbish into fuel for cars.

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Shell Lubricants India Cluster appoints Ms. Mansi Madan Tripathy as its new Managing Director


Shell Lubricants India announced the appointment of Mansi Madan Tripathy as the new Managing Director of the company. Mansi, former CMO of Shell Lubricants, would succeed Nitin Prasad, who moves on to take over as the Chairman of Shell Companies in India, with effect from Aug 1.

Shell India announces new country chairman as Dr. Yasmine Hilton completes assignment


New Delhi: Dr Yasmine Hilton, currently Chairman, Shell Companies in India and VP IT Project Excellence, Royal Dutch Shell (Shell) will end her assignment on 30 September 2016, after a distinguished career spanning 37 years with Shell. Mr Nitin Prasad, Cluster General Manager for Lubricants Sales and Marketing for India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will succeed Dr Hilton effective 1 October 2016.

Shell launches IT centre in Bengaluru


Shell India Markets Pvt. Ltd. today inaugurated its IT centre in Bengaluru. The in-house global information technology centre is expected to recruit close to 1000 professionals by the end of 2016 and several thousand by 2020.

Minister Prabhu launches book on Shaping India’s Energy Future


Shri Suresh Prabhu, Hon’ble Minister for Railways, launched the book ‘Energizing India: Towards a Resilient and Equitable Energy System.

Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS), Pilani lifts the perseverance and spirit of the event award at Shell Eco-Marathon Asia 2016


2016 sees eight winning teams from across the region surpass previous year’s mileage achievements

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