Company Overview of Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation
Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation 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 wooden surfaces applications; Shell Flintkote Hydroguard, a liquid rubber waterproofing membrane; Shell Flintk...
156 Valero Street
Makati City, 1227
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Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation Key Developments
Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation to Leave Manila’s Pandacan District
Jul 6 15
Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation has moved to comply with a Supreme Court order directing the country’s three large oil retailers to leave Manila’s Pandacan district. The company is the last oil player to start moving out of the oil depot since the high tribunal issued the ruling in November last year. The company official was referring to the decision of the Supreme Court last March that turned down, among others, Shell’s motion for reconsideration and likewise affirmed the November decision with finality. The Supreme Court’s decision in November last year declared Manila City Ordinance No. 8187 - enacted in 2009 and which allowed Shell, Petron Corp. and Chevron Philippines Inc. to keep their oil depot in Pandacan - as unconstitutional and invalid. The court gave the companies 45 days upon receipt of the decision to submit their relocation plans and six months from then to cease operations.
PILIPINAS Shell Petroleum Corp. Wins P76-M Tax Refund Case Against the Bureau of Internal Revenue
Nov 10 14
PILIPINAS Shell Petroleum Corp. has won a PHP 76-million tax refund case against the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) after the Court of Tax Appeals (CTA) dismissed a government appeal. That writ was issued after a Nov. 17, 2010 Supreme Court decision - junking BIR's bid to overturn a tax court ruling that favored Shell - became final and executory. The case lodged by BIR against Shell before the Supreme Court was docketed as G.R. No. 192524. For that particlar case, the Supreme Court issued a minute resolution dismissing. The court sitting en banc maintained that the Supreme Court has the last say in the case. The case lodged before the tax court was docketed as CTA Case no. 7122. This is a Court of limited special jurisdiction and declaring a Supreme Court ruling as void is not one of those. The BIR then appealed the decision but the tax court junked it, prompting the agency to elevate the case to the Supreme Court.
Shell Seeks IPO
Feb 9 14
Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation is planning to launch an initial public offering (IPO). Edgar O. Chua, country Chairman of Shell said when asked about IPO, “That’s dependent on when we will get the foreign direct investment (FID) for the refinery. It will take within the next two or three months to get that. Assuming that we get the FID, we will start working on the IPO. The timetable will still depend on favorable market conditions.”
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