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Bright ideas from our people and partners can spark ground-breaking technologies. Over the coming decades the need for creative solutions will grow as society seeks ways to meet growing energy demand for energy with less environmental impact. We work with partners in universities and other companies to better understand these challenges and find ways to overcome them.
See the delivery, rigorous safety checks, pilot training and the team’s tribulations as Brunei Shell Petroleum boosts its fleet and takes to the skies.
Keno Mario-Ghae is a 20-year-old engineering student at one of the world’s top universities. His insatiable curiosity was sparked by a creative approach to education in a Nigerian school.
Improving efficiency in homes and businesses is often a quick way to save energy and money. Yet many people are just beginning to take full advantage of the latest energy-saving technology.
A sleek and versatile concept tanker, designed by Shell to handle a wide range of sea and load conditions, could make the delivery of natural gas cleaner and more efficient in the future.
A remote-controlled robot packed with sensors and cameras can carry out inspections of oil and gas field equipment in the most challenging environments, reducing risks for people.
The natural erosion of shoreline in Louisiana, USA, threatens homes, livelihoods and wildlife. Local people and government are working hard to protect the land. One novel approach uses recycled plastic bottles to give worn areas new strength.
China has been striving to sustain rapid economic growth and supply the energy that supports it, while also working to protect the environment. Shell is helping with a scheme that encourages young people to improve the environment in their towns and cities.