In this speech in Istanbul, Turkey, Shell's Chief Executive Ben van Beurden emphasises the importance of taking a global perspective on the challenge of tackling climate change.
Powerful tugboats pull Shell’s floating liquefied natural gas facility 5,800 kilometres from South Korea to Western Australia.
Johari bin Brahim used the skills he acquired from Shell LiveWIRE Brunei to launch two businesses and has just won a $24 million contract. He tells Inside Energy why he’s not stopping there.
It is crucial that the Paris agreement remains in place, says Shell’s Chief Climate Change Advisor David Hone. It underpins the need for the ongoing energy transition to also deliver a world of net-zero emissions.
Hydrogen cars could play a key role in the future of transport. But what are they like to drive?
Read our 2016 documents to discover how we work responsibly to meet the world’s growing demand for more and cleaner energy.
After decades supplying oil and gas, some North Sea platforms are nearing the end of their lives. See how the 24,200-tonne Brent Delta was lifted and carried to an industrial recycling centre more than 700 kilometres away.
Inside Energy interviews experts about the challenges facing Japan - an economic powerhouse with few energy resources of its own.
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”.