Shell Oman Marketing Company
Shell Oman Marketing Company SAOG
Shell has been active in the Sultanate of Oman since 1958. Our business activities in Oman are fuel and lubricants marketing. Our main offices in Oman are based in Muscat – Mina Al Fahal.
Our core values of honesty, integrity and respect for people form the basis of the Shell General Business Principles.
Our business activities in Oman
Initially established in 1958, Shell Marketing (Oman) Ltd became a public limited company in 1997 and was renamed Shell Oman Marketing Company SAOG. This was a unique step in Shell’s history in the Middle East and today ownership of the company is shared between Shell, with 49%, and private investors, many of whom are members of the Omani public.
This ensures that the company not only benefits from Shell's world-class marketing expertise, it is also able to call upon first-hand knowledge of the Sultanate’s business needs and practices.
Today, Shell Oman Marketing provides services and sells a wide range of Shell automotive, aviation and marine products, including fuels, lubricants and greases.
Shell Oman Marketing in numbers
- Shell Oman has a network of 200 Shell service stations strategically located throughout the Sultanate.
- Shell Oman has reached an Omanization level of more than 96%
- Shell Oman owns and operates Oman's only ISO certified lubricants blending plant which creates in-country value through producing made-in-oman Shell lubricants.
“To enhance profitability through innovative management strategies while ensuring cost effectiveness and harnessing creative ideas.”
“To be the market leader and deliver the best value to our stakeholders.”
Please refer to our Financial Reports Page to see Shell Oman’s quarterly and annual financial performance.”
Shell Oman is an active player in the field of Corporate Social Investment through its variant activities that are directed toward different segment of the society. Shell Oman puts a special focus on charity organizations, Road Safety, environmental initiatives and specific schemes that promotes tourism in the Sultanate of Oman.
Royal Dutch Shell was formed in 1907, although our history dates back to the early 19th century, to a small shop in London where the Samuel family sold sea shells.
Today, Shell is one of the world’s major energy companies, employing an average of 93,000 people and operating in more than 70 countries. Our headquarters are in The Hague, the Netherlands, and our Chief Executive Officer is Ben van Beurden. The parent company of the Shell group is Royal Dutch Shell plc, which is incorporated in England and Wales.
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Shell at a glance in 2015
70+ countries we operate in
93,000 employees on average
22.6 million tonnes of equity LNG sold during the year
23 refineries we have interests in
3.0 million barrels of oil equivalent we produce every day
Financial performance in 2015
Revenue: $265.0 billion
Income: $2.2 billion
Capital investment: $28.9 billion
Investment in research and development: $1.1 billion
Fast facts for sustainable development in 2015
$122 million spent on voluntary social investment worldwide. Of this:
- around $93 million spent on local programmes for community development, disaster relief, education, health and biodiversity; and
- around $29 million spent on our three global strategic themes of enterprise development, road safety and energy access.
In lower-income countries, 75% of spending by Shell companies went to purchase goods and services from local companies.