ids base oil storage hubs. Through marine activities, the company primarily provides lubricants, but also fuels and related technical services, to the shipping and maritime sectors. It supplies approximately 100 grades of lubricants and 10 types of fuel to vessels worldwide, ranging from large ocean-going tankers to small fishing boats. B2B: B2B activities encompass the sale of fuels and speciality products and services to a range of commercial customers. Shell Aviation provides fuel for approximately 7,000 aircraft every day at approximately 800 airports in around 40 countries. Shell Gas (LPG) provides LPG gas and related services to retail, commercial and industrial customers for cooking, heating, lighting and transport. Shell Commercial Fuels provides transport, industrial and heating fuels. Shell Bitumen supplies on average 11,000 tonnes of products every day to 1,600 customers worldwide and invests in technology research and development to create products. Shell Sulphur Solutions is a business which manages the complete value chain of sulphur, from refining to marketing. The business provides sulphur for industries, such as mining and textiles and also develops new products, which incorporate sulphur, such as fertilisers. Alternative Energies: The company’s Raízen joint venture in Brazil produces ethanol from sugar cane, and manages a retail network with an annual production capacity of approximately 2 billion litres. Research and Development In 2014, the company’s research and development expenses included $1,222 million. Strategy The company’s strategy seeks to reinforce its position as a leader in the oil and gas industry, while helping to meet global energy demand in a responsible way. Significant Events In April 2015, Royal Dutch Shell and KazMunaiGas have opened a world-class geochemical laboratory complex in Atyrau, western Kazakhstan, an Interfax correspondent reported from the ribbon cutting ceremony. In June 2015, Gazprom agreed a plan with Shell, E.ON and OMV aimed at building a new gas pipeline to Germany. In August 2015, Royal Dutch Shell has signed a joint development agreement with Italian-Thai Development and LNG Plus International to set up liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Tanintharyi Region, Myanmar. The terminal would primarily include an LNG receiving and re-gasification terminal at Dawei special economic zone.
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