Supplying to Shell Australia
Learn more about Shell’s procurement systems and find out about our commitment to local and Indigenous businesses. Register your business online to become more visible to our procurement teams.
Shell Australia is committed to ensuring full, fair and reasonable opportunity for Australian suppliers to participate in our supply chain.
The Company has a global commitment to create shared value for society, and in Australia aims to be a trusted partner to government, communities and stakeholders. In line with these values, Shell is focused on creating mutually beneficial economic relationships with communities in our operational areas.
Shell is also committed to Indigenous Australians and works to promote and develop sustainable opportunities for Indigenous businesses.
This webpage contains a number of resources for businesses interested in participating in Shell Australia’s supply chain.
To find out more on how to register your interest in supplying to Shell Australia please click on the ‘Becoming a supplier” page below.
Activities at Shell’s Australian Assets, QGC and Prelude, are now focused primarily on the operations phase and maintenance works. While many of the major contracts for this phase have already been awarded, there may be opportunities further along our supply chain. To understand where your business fits into our supply chain and what we expect from our suppliers, please read more on this webpage.
Shell is proud to be associated with a number of organisations that support the development of local and Indigenous businesses and their access to buyers.
Inside Supplying to Shell Australia
Shell looks for its suppliers to have integrity, be safe and perform activities in an economical, environmentally and socially responsible manner.
Discover which contractors are working at QGC and where your business fits into the supply chain.
Discover which contractors are working at Prelude and where your business fits into the supply chain
We operate a LNG plant on Curtis Island, and natural gas operations which include wells, compression stations and processing plants.
Natural gas is held in the coal by groundwater pressure. When the water is released, gas flows from the seams.