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How does oil and gas flow kilometres upwards under immense ocean pressure? Can a giant gas-to-liquids plant that needs water run in the desert? What will it take to turn natural gas to liquid at sea? Take a glimpse inside some of our major projects to see how human ingenuity pushes technical boundaries to safely deliver energy and help meet rising global energy demand.

The major projects featured in this section are Shell-operated and represent a significant investment by Shell. Discover examples of projects that have already been brought on stream and explore others that are under construction.

Under Construction

Cardamom Deep

Using advanced technology to produce energy in deep water.

Gbaran Ubie Phase Two

Phase Two of the Gbaran-Ubie project.

Gumusut-Kakap

Shell's first deep-water opportunity in Malaysia.

Majnoon

Majnoon in Southern Iraq is one of the world’s largest oil fields.

Malampaya

The Malampaya deep–water, gas-to-power project signalled the birth of the natural gas industry in the Philippines.

Mars B

Boosting production from a major deep-water field.

Prelude FLNG

Developing a revolutionary technology to access offshore gas fields otherwise too costly or difficult to develop.

Stones

An exciting discovery in ultra deep water.

On-stream

Athabasca Oil Sands Project

The Athabasca Oil Sands Project (AOSP) extracts bitumen from oil sands and converts it to synthetic crude oil.

Parque das Conchas (BC-10)

Commercialising Brazil's offshore heavy oil.

Pearl GTL

Producing cleaner-burning transport fuel and other valuable liquid products from the world’s largest gas-to-liquids plant, Pearl GTL.

Perdido

The world's deepest spar production facility.

Port Arthur Refinery

Expanding to become one of the largest US refineries.

Qatargas 4

Qatargas 4 is Shell's first entry into Qatar's liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector.

Sakhalin-2

One of the world's largest integrated, export oriented oil and gas projects.

Shell Eastern Petrochemicals Complex (SEPC)

Meeting Asia's growing demand for petrochemicals.