The CEO of Netherlands-based Royal Dutch Shell plc, Nitin Prasad has made some serious announcement during a recent interview. Being the world’s second-largest oil company, it is all set to concentrate on managing the transitions of energy markets across the world. During this transformation phase, India occupies key position. Some outstanding plans have been made which will lead to the expansion of operations in natural gas as well as alternative fuel segments besides traditional fuel retailing business. An overall investment plan of about $25 billion in the year 2017 have been announced by Shell Global CEO Ben Van Beurden. However, it is not clear that what part will be invested in India as well as which will be their priority zones? During the interview Nitin Prasad further added, that he would not be able to announce the investment figures. But, he clarified that there is some major expansion plan in retail business, as this will drive revenue to the country. He further added that they are interested in their lubricants business which is extremely successful. With the BS VI transition, this t will become even more successful. He also stated that they are making huge investment in that. He also informed that they are checking out new energies as an area. He also added that they are checking out bio-fuels and waste-to-fuels. In their Bangalore lab, they are developing and observing next generation technologies and next generation digitisation and data management in their IT hub. They are also making investment in gas space. In India, Shell employed a few hundred people almost a decade ago. Now, there are more than 7,000 people and will be the third-largest employer in the entire Shell Group. In the near future company will add more jobs to the country. .