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Recruitment scams

This is an important notice to the public in view of recently observed increase in fraudulent communication made to members of the public.


Working together to improve local health care facilities

Health care in Tanzania has improved dramatically in recent years, but challenges remain.

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Sharing progress and prospects with stakeholders in Tanzania

One of our major annual events is the Stakeholders Roundtable discussion which took place in June 2019. The discussions mainly focused around the impact of Climate Change on gas and LNG development.

Third quarter results announcement

Fourth quarter 2017 results and interim dividend announcement

On Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 07.00 GMT (08.00 CET and 02.00 EST) Royal Dutch Shell plc released its fourth quarter and full year results and fourth quarter interim dividend announcement for 2017. 

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Celebrating Tanzanian Young Scientists

The Annual National YST Exhibition has become a highlight in the secondary school calendar, showcasing scientific and technological projects researched by 190 secondary school students under the mentorship of their teachers. This year the event was held in Dar-es-Salaam from 31st July – 1st August 2019.

Stakeholders Roundtable Event June 2019

The Charcoal Alternative Champion showing Managing Director of Shell Tanzania Mr. Marc den Hartog the displayed alternative charcoal which he produce and the special stoves for the charcoal seen in the picture during the exhibition at the Stakeholders Roundtable event. Stakeholders from different sectors have commended efforts made by Shell Tanzania for promoting and pioneering environmental conservation and use of alternative energy as ways of mitigating effects of climate change in the country.

Stakeholders Roundtable Event November 2018

One of our major event for the year 2018 was the Stakeholders Roundtable discussion in November. The discussions mainly focused on three topics (Shell - Global Perspective, Shell - operations in Tanzania and Social Investment) as well as the panel discussion under the topic “The impact of LNG project for industrialization”

CWC Congress Event Tanzania

CWC bringing over 500 participants from across Tanzania’s oil and gas value chain the congress focused on the latest project updates and developments in the oil and gas industry, as the official platform promoting government and industry collaboration.“we believe that this congress has come at the right time as we need more dedicated investors to join with the government plane”Dr. Medard Kalemani Minister of Energy United Republic of Tanzania.

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