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How can the source of the problem  become part of the solution?
Agenda• Royal Dutch Shell PLC• ExxonMobil  –   History  –   Key Numbers  –   Self Image  –   Environmental Track Record  –...
Royal Dutch Shell PLC.
101,000 Employees   2010 Revenues: $368.056 Billion (USD)       2010 Net Profit: $20.474 Billion (USD)           Capital i...
Royal DutchPetroleum in    1890Merged to beSHELL Group  in 1907.HQ in Hague,Netherlands. Business       Upstream      Mids...
Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies. Our aim is to meet theenergy needs of society, in ways that...
To continuously deliver shareholder value by:• Delivering bulk petrochemicals to large industrial customers, through simpl...
Environmental Initiatives
1911196319721999
• Exploration Upstream    • Extraction             • Shipping             • MarketingDownstream   • Refining             •...
84,000 Employees   2010 Revenues: $383.221 Billion (USD)      2010 Net Profit: $30.46 Billion (USD)          $237.1 Millio...
Market Capitalzation  450Leader amongst the oil      Sponsor and leader of  400 giants in pioneering       several environ...
“The amount of hazardous waste disposed in 2010 fromour ongoing operations totaled 1.3 million metric tons.The majority of...
ExxonMobil Capital      Projects       Global Climate &        Energy   Management         Energy Project      Cogeneratio...
1989: Exxon Valdez 1995: Brent SparFunding of Climate-Change Speculation  Profits Before     Planet     Oil Sands
Data               ExxonMobil         Shell  GHG Emissions 2010                             132 million     75 million    ...
Carbon Taxes.           • Emission quotas. Kyoto     • Tradable PollutionProtocol     Permits.(5.2% to   • Emission Reduct...
Activists:            Advisory:• Greenpeace         • Center for International• WWF                  Environmental Law (CI...
Corridor Politics – Strikes and Demonstrations – Active                          Participation                         Des...
Carbon                         Capture to                         extract oilEnvironmental                                ...
Exxon mobil (Environmental Economics POV)
Exxon mobil (Environmental Economics POV)
Exxon mobil (Environmental Economics POV)
Exxon mobil (Environmental Economics POV)
Exxon mobil (Environmental Economics POV)
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Exxon mobil (Environmental Economics POV)

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Exxon mobil (Environmental Economics POV)

  1. 1. How can the source of the problem become part of the solution?
  2. 2. Agenda• Royal Dutch Shell PLC• ExxonMobil – History – Key Numbers – Self Image – Environmental Track Record – Environmental Initiatives• Criticism• International Regulations & NGOs• Future of Oil Companies
  3. 3. Royal Dutch Shell PLC.
  4. 4. 101,000 Employees 2010 Revenues: $368.056 Billion (USD) 2010 Net Profit: $20.474 Billion (USD) Capital investment: $30.6 billion >$121 million spent on voluntary social investments.
  5. 5. Royal DutchPetroleum in 1890Merged to beSHELL Group in 1907.HQ in Hague,Netherlands. Business Upstream Midstream Downstream Consulting Activities: (Production) (Refinery) (Distribution)
  6. 6. Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies. Our aim is to meet theenergy needs of society, in ways that are economically, socially and environmentallyviable, now and in the future.
  7. 7. To continuously deliver shareholder value by:• Delivering bulk petrochemicals to large industrial customers, through simpler organizational structures and at the lowest total delivered cost.• Conducting our business in a safe, environmentally sustainable and economically optimum manner• Employing a diverse, innovative and results-oriented team motivated to deliver excellence• We are judged by how we act: our reputation is upheld by how we put into practice our core values of honesty, integrity and respect for people
  8. 8. Environmental Initiatives
  9. 9. 1911196319721999
  10. 10. • Exploration Upstream • Extraction • Shipping • MarketingDownstream • Refining • Retail • Packaging Chemicals • Plastic • Rubber • IT Global • Real Estate Services • Procurement
  11. 11. 84,000 Employees 2010 Revenues: $383.221 Billion (USD) 2010 Net Profit: $30.46 Billion (USD) $237.1 Million in Public Investments $6.9 Million to Environment
  12. 12. Market Capitalzation 450Leader amongst the oil Sponsor and leader of 400 giants in pioneering several environmental 350 Corporate Citizen environmentally and efficiency 300sustainable operations initiatives 250 200 Market Capitalzation 150 100 Excellent Employer Excellent Investment 50 0
  13. 13. “The amount of hazardous waste disposed in 2010 fromour ongoing operations totaled 1.3 million metric tons.The majority of this volume, 1.2 million metric tons, wasproduced water, which is typically not consideredhazardous, but which has been classified as hazardouswaste by one local authority. Excluding this, we re-used orrecycled about 43 percent of the hazardous wastegenerated by our operations.”Actual percentage = 3.308%Fresh Water Usage = 340.2 billion litres
  14. 14. ExxonMobil Capital Projects Global Climate & Energy Management Energy Project Cogeneration System (EMCAPS) Carbon Capture & Global Energy Flare Reduction Storage (5 Million Management mt, 2010) System
  15. 15. 1989: Exxon Valdez 1995: Brent SparFunding of Climate-Change Speculation Profits Before Planet Oil Sands
  16. 16. Data ExxonMobil Shell GHG Emissions 2010 132 million 75 million (metric tonnes) Spills (2010) 210 193Fresh Water Usage (litres) 340.2 billion 202 billionHydrocarbon Flaring 2010 3.2 million 3.5 million (metric tonnes) CO² Equivalent 9.4 million 10.3 million
  17. 17. Carbon Taxes. • Emission quotas. Kyoto • Tradable PollutionProtocol Permits.(5.2% to • Emission Reduction. 2012) • Clean Development Mechanism.
  18. 18. Activists: Advisory:• Greenpeace • Center for International• WWF Environmental Law (CIEL)• Friend of Earth • Environmental Defence (ED) • The Foundation for International Law and Development (FIELD)
  19. 19. Corridor Politics – Strikes and Demonstrations – Active Participation Design of Access to Pressure on ComplianceNegotiations companies Regime
  20. 20. Carbon Capture to extract oilEnvironmental Investment in CSR Natural Gases Investment of Work on Renewable Efficiency. Energy

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