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Our Operations In late 2012, Shell purchased approximately 600,000 leased acres when it entered into a 50/50 joint venture to develop an Area of Mutual Interest (AMI) with Anadarko. The newly acquired acreage had 500 wells producing 21,000 barrels of liquids and 90 million cubic feet of natural gas per day. In the Delaware Basin, our primary focus is on the Wolfcamp, Bone Springs and Avalon formations. Shell now has 300,000 net acres, 85% which is considered core acreage. We currently produce around 31,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day from approximately 400 Shell operated wells and have identified over 5,000 other possible well locations. We currently have two central processing facilities, with plans to develop additional facilities in 2016 and 2017. We also operate eight saltwater disposal (SWD) facilities, supplemented with third-party commercial SWD services to safely dispose of saltwater produced by our operations. Shell’s operations in the Permian Basin reach from the City of Midland in west Texas to the southeastern border of New Mexico and along the Pecos River. The Permian Basin has produced conventional oil for decades and has now re-emerged as a significant liquids-rich shale resource. SHELL IN THE PERMIAN BASIN Shell has more than 400 operating wells in the Permian Basin. This pumper jack is operating in Ward County near Barstow, TX.

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  • Our OperationsIn late 2012, Shell purchased approximately 600,000 leased acres when it entered into a 50/50 joint venture to develop an Area of Mutual Interest (AMI) with Anadarko. The newly acquired acreage had 500 wells producing 21,000 barrels of liquids and 90 million cubic feet of natural gas per day.

    In the Delaware Basin, our primary focus is on the Wolfcamp, Bone Springs and Avalon formations. Shell now has 300,000 net acres, 85% which is considered core acreage. We currently produce around 31,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day from approximately 400 Shell operated wells and have identified over 5,000 other possible well locations.

    We currently have two central processing facilities, with plans to develop additional facilities in 2016 and 2017.We also operate eight saltwater disposal (SWD) facilities, supplemented with third-party commercial SWD services to safely dispose of saltwater produced by our operations.

    Shells operations in the Permian Basin reach from the City of Midland in west Texas to the southeastern border of New Mexico and along the Pecos River. The Permian Basin has produced conventional oil for decades and has now re-emerged as a significant liquids-rich shale resource.

    SHELL IN THE PERMIAN BASIN

    Shell has more than 400 operating wells in the Permian Basin. This pumper jack is operating in Ward County near Barstow, TX.

  • Shell in the CommunityShell supports a wide range of social investment programs in the Permian. Since 2015, we have spent over $750,000 on community, environmental and educational initiatives.

    In West Texas, Shell funded a $116,500 remediation project to reclaim 1,000 acres of open range. Environmental experts at Angelo State University conducted research on the land, took soil samples and planted native vegetation. The research teams learnings will be used in Shells land restoration planning around the globe.

    Shell was the first company to support the West Texas Energy Consortium, a broad partnership with community stakeholders to foster a skilled workforce and thriving community. Our support of the Sustainable Community Development program in West Texas provides training for leaders of small towns and promotes small business development.

    Shell was also instrumental in the formation of the Permian Road Safety Coalition, which leads a collaborative effort with oil and gas producers, service and trucking companies, non-governmental and governmental organizations to improve road safety in the Permian Basin and reduce the number of traffic-related injuries and deaths on the Permian Basin roadways.

    HORNELL

    WILLIAMSPORTBROOKVILLE

    ALTOONA

    TIOGA

    MERCER

    BRADFORD

    LEWISBURG

    PITTSBURGH

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    80

    86

    79

    86

    2

    95

    1

    3

    93

    RED DEER

    CAROLINE / CAB

    EDMONTON

    JUMPING POUND

    WATERTON

    FORT MACLEOD

    BANFF CALGARY

    DEEP BASIN EAST

    FOX CREEK

    HINTON

    EDSON

    ATHBASCA RIVER WHITECOURT

    43

    32

    16

    97

    97

    29

    PRINCEGEORGE

    FORT ST JOHN

    GRANDEPRAIRIE

    PINKMOUNTAIN

    MCLEODLAKE

    GROUNDBIRCH

    DAWSONCREEK

    GROUNDBIRCH ARGENTINA DEEP BASIN APPALACHIA FOOTHILLS PERMIAN

    ZAPALA

    LAS LAJAS

    NEUQUEN

    CATRIEL

    ANELO151

    232

    22

    40

    40

    APPALACHIA

    FOX CREEKGROUNDBIRCH

    FOOTHILLS

    ROCKYMOUNTAIN

    HOUSE

    DEEP BASIN

    PERMIAN

    HAYNESVILLE

    VACA MUERTA

    MEXICO

    25

    10

    285

    PERMIAN

    20

    ODESSA

    BARSTOW

    MIDLAND

    MENTONE

    302 KERMIT

    Asset Contact Information: URL: www.shell.us/permian

    Community Feedback Number: 432-686-2565

    To the right is a picture of of the King Stallion Central Processing Facility in the Permian Basin.

    Shell now has 300,000 net acres, 85% which is considered core acreage, with over 5,000 possible well locations identified in the Permian Basin.

    SHALES UNCONVENTIONAL ENERGY

    In the Permian Basin, Shell currently operates in Loving, Ward, Winkler and Reeves counties.