Read the 20th edition of our report and discover how we work responsibly to meet the world’s growing demand for more and cleaner energy.
Inside Energy interviews experts about the challenges facing Japan - an economic powerhouse with few energy resources of its own.
Technology and human ingenuity are vital in the transition to a lower-carbon future. As Shell opens its new technology hub in Bangalore, the Indian city is becoming known as the Silicon Valley of Asia.
The world can succeed in its ongoing global energy transition to a low-carbon system. In a speech in Oxford, UK, Shell CEO Ben van Beurden said that there are three areas to focus on: energy demand, energy supply and dealing with the emissions that remain.
Why scientists and artists believe roads offer an untapped opportunity for energy innovation.
Strict capital discipline, substantial cost savings and an integrated business model helped support earnings during another challenging year for the oil and gas industry.
Finalists of Shell’s #makethefuture Accelerator programme in India tell Inside Energy how they hope to reduce emissions from cars, kitchens and buildings.
The South by Southwest festival in the USA brings together musicians, artists and entrepreneurs. Why is Shell there?
Apr 12, 2017
Inspiring the next generation of female engineers
Katie Clasen is an Operations Support Engineer in California, USA. A commitment to community and innovation were among the values that inspired her to join Shell. “My voice is now part of the global conversation about how to address future energy needs in a sustainable way”.