Shell conducts geological exploration and production of oil and gas in more than 40 countries around the world. Shell owns the largest network of gas stations in the world, which has more than 55 thousand stations.
Shell also owns, in full or in part, more than 50 oil refineries. In particular, the company owns one of Europe’s largest oil refinery Pernis in the Netherlands with a capacity of 10,000 tons per day, a Stanlow plant in the UK with a capacity of 12 million tons per year, three refineries in France with a total capacity of 40,790 tons per day.
In addition, Shell owns a significant number of chemical enterprises, as well as the production of solar batteries and other alternative energy sources. Shell petrol station in Rosario (Argentina)
Oil and gas production in 2006 was 3.47 million barrels of oil equivalent per day, which consisted of daily production of 1.948 million barrels of oil and 8.368 million cubic feet of gas. The daily production of 1.948 million barrels of oil roughly corresponds to an annual production of 97 million tons of oil.
In 2006, Shell processed 3.57 million barrels of oil per day (177.7 million tons per year).