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Shell Oil Company (U.S.)

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[Flag of Shell Oil Company] image by Pete Loeser, 28 February 2013

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Description of the flag used in the U.S.

This is a flag of the Shell Oil Company around my part of the United States.
Pete Loeser, 28 February 2013

Royal Dutch Shell Corporation flags

The Royal Dutch Shell plc (commonly known as Shell), is an Anglo-Dutch multinational oil and gas company incorporated in the United Kingdom and headquartered in the Netherlands. Created in 1907 by the merger of Royal Dutch Petroleum and Shell Transport & Trading, it is the largest company in the world, in terms of revenue, and one of the six oil and gas "superpowers."

On March 2, 2014, I found several pictures with the official Shell flag (See the picture of the flag in their Amsterdam office and the picture of the flag in their London office.

The official flag is a horizontal flag with a yellow vertical stripe on the mast, then a vertical red stripe (half in size regarding the yellow stripe) and then the rest of the horizontal white flag bears the logo in the middle.


Esteban Rivera, 23 March 2014

Royal Dutch Shell Corporation flag
(Used in The Netherlands and the United Kingdom)

[Shell Oil flag used in Europe] image by Pete Loeser, 8 January 2015

This version of the Shell Oil Company flag is used in Europe. The Royal Dutch Oil Company is incorporated in The Netherlands and United Kingdom.
Pete Loeser, 8 January 2015

Shell Oil Pin
(Promotion using signal flags to encouraging courteous driving habits in the United States)

Images from Mark K. Baskerville, 25 February 2013 and Andy Behrens, 8 March 2013

The shell represents Shell Oil, and the signal flags "GRP" are the old signal code for "Give Way". This pin is a license-plate ornament that was given out by American Shell dealers as part of an advertising campaign to promote courteous driving habits.
Andy Behrens, 8 March 2013