From November 13 to 19, Shell marks Global Entrepreneurship Week, a worldwide celebration of bright ideas and innovation. Read the Inside Energy stories.
Rob Swan was the first explorer to walk to both the North and South Poles. In his latest adventure he aims to reach the South Pole with his son Barney, powered only by renewable energy.
The Energy Transitions Commission aims to show how the world can limit global warming to below 2 degrees Celsius. Its Chair, the former financial regulator Adair Turner, tells Inside Energy why facts and logic must come first.
Shell’s New Energies business builds on our experience in lower-carbon technology and explores new commercial models focused on the world’s energy transition.
Shell CEO Ben van Beurden stresses the importance of oil and gas alongside renewables to drive the Middle East's energy future.
The world needs urgent investment in innovation, says Robert Armstrong, Director of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Energy Initiative.
Scientists at Shell have produced a new formula of lubricant that helps stop corrosion when wind turbines are built in humid conditions, high in the mountains.
Two chemists have invented a process to convert waste fat into biofuel that can be pumped directly into any petrol or diesel engine. Will their technology take off?
Nov 13, 2017
Nov 13, 2017
Finding tomorrow's energy solutions
Dorine Bosman heads wind development in Shell's New Energies business. Her 25-year career has seen the landscape of innovation changing dramatically. "It's always good to get a new perspective, or approach problems in an original way," she says.