Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels
Company Overview of Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation
Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation refines, blends, transports and sells fuels, lubricants, bitumen and other specialty oil-based products. It manufactures and supplies waterproofing systems for roof protection, floor waterproofing, wall damp proofing, and toilet and wet area waterproofing applications. The company’s products include Shell Flintkote No. 5, a short-fiber reinforced bitumen emulsion for general waterproofing, and concrete and metal protection applications; Shell Flintkote Colourflex, an elastomeric coating for exterior area applications; Shell Flintkote Black Primer, a solvent-based primer for concrete, cement, bitumen felt, mastic asphalt, corrugated iron and steel, and wo...
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Makati City, 1227
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Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation Key Developments
Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation Presents at 4Th Annual Philippines Power and Electricity Week, Jul-20-2016 11:40 AM
Jun 21 16
Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation Presents at 4Th Annual Philippines Power and Electricity Week, Jul-20-2016 11:40 AM. Venue: Solaire Resort and Casino, Manila, Philippines. Speakers: DJ Javier, PH Technical Team Lead.
Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Eyes IPO
Apr 18 16
Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation is eyeing to conduct its much-delayed initial public offering (IPO) toward the last quarter of the year, depending on the stock market's performance. "IPO is a requirement of the law. Energy Secretary Zenaida Monsada said latest report from Shell indicated an IPO in the last quarter of the year. What they reported is last quarter of the year," she said in Filipino. Earlier this year, Shell country chairman and president Edgar Chua said the company is working on an IPO within the year, depending on market conditions.
SSupreme Court Revives Customs Tax Credit Scam Suit against Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp
Feb 1 16
The Supreme Court has ordered a Manila court to revive the Bureau of Customs' PHP 10.1 million collection suit against Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp., in connection with the tax credit scam of the late 1990s. In a 19-page decision dated Dec. 9, the SC Third Division reversed the Court of Appeals' 2013 decision to affirm the Manila Regional Trial Court Branch 49's grant of summary judgment in favor of Shell in Apr. 28, 2010. Having reversed the CA decision, the high court remanded the case back to the Manila RTC 'for the conduct of trial proceedings in Civil Case No. 02-103191 with utmost deliberate dispatch'. The decision, penned by recently-retired Associate Justice Martin S. Villarama, Jr., stated the Manila RTC should have heard first the BoC's allegations of fraud, instead of granting Shell's motion for summary judgment that deemed resolved the question of the firm's liability. The civil suit concerns the BoC's bid to collect PHP 10,088,912.00 in customs duties and taxes. The BoC considered the amount unpaid because the four tax credit certificates (TCCs) used to settle it was invalidated in 1999 as fraudulently issued. The TCCs were issued to Shell in 1997 by Filipino Way Industries (FWI), the co-defendant not covered by the Apr. 28, 2010 summary judgment in favor of Shell. The SC held the Manila RTC's summary judgment was 'not proper', because Shell's claim of good faith remains in dispute and should be threshed out in a full-blown trial. Summary judgment is a device to avoid drawn-out litigation, but the high court said Shell could only avail of it if it showed there were no more issues of fact that need to be threshed out via presentation of evidence. The SC said the Manila RTC based its summary judgment on a misinterpretation of its March 2008 decision quoted as saying there was no fraud as petitioner [Shell] claimed (and was presumed) to be in good faith and respondent does not dispute this. The high court said the RTC's reliance on that statement was 'misplaced and erroneous', because it actually pertained to fraud in the computation of the importation duties-not the TCC transactions subject of thecollection suit. The SC also held that the Manila RTC was not barred by the doctrine ofstare decisis disagreeing with the lower court's judgment. Unlike in the CTA case, Shell has yet to establish or prove at the trial its standing as a transferee in good faith when it comes to the FWI's TCCs subject of the RTC suit. Tax credits are granted to Bureau of Investment-registered entities representing tariff duties and internal revenue taxes paid on raw materials and supplies used for export products. In lieu of a cash refund, TCCs may be used to offset internal revenue tax liabilities.
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