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A young whale’s remarkable migration across vast ocean distances has led scientists to a new understanding of the world’s grey whales.
Lloyd's List highlighted Shell’s leading role in driving improvements in maritime industry safety standards in its monthly publication “The Intelligence”.
Compact, well-designed cities could be at the heart of achieving climate-change goals while providing more energy to growing populations.
See how ocean scientists are using energy industry technology to reveal life in deep water.
Villagers in the Western Indian state of Gujarat can now cook with cleaner-burning natural gas, thanks to a government-led initiative.
Discover how one Shell employee joined an eye-opening experience in the Brazilian rainforest as volunteer on an environmental research project.
Watch how a local project combining solar energy and hydropower is bringing electric light to the Batak people.
A new report explains how Shell is investing in low-carbon energy, and creating a strategy to succeed through changing times.
How can the world meet future energy demand, while enabling a better quality of life and healthy planet?
View our latest report online and build your own PDF version with the topics that matter most to you.
The Shell pilot plant that will turn rubbish into fuel for cars.
Wetlands International counts half a million waterbirds at Barr Al Hikman on the Omani coast, with support from Shell.
Volunteers from Shell join citizen scientists around the world to help Earthwatch find solutions to fresh water challenges.
In his latest publication, David Hone, Shell’s Chief Climate Change Adviser, examines government carbon “pricing” systems.
Royal Dutch Shell has published its Sustainability Report for 2015, which describes how it is working responsibly to help meet the world’s growing demand for energy.
Shell today celebrated the official opening of the Quest carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in Alberta, Canada, and the start of commercial operations there. Quest is designed to capture and safely store more than one million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) each year – equal to the emissions from about 250,000 cars. Quest was made possible through strong collaboration between the public and private sectors aimed at advancing CCS globally.
Shell will install a nationwide network of hydrogen fuelling pumps at retail sites in Germany from 2016, in an effort to accelerate the growth in Europe of this low-carbon alternative transport fuel.
Major oil and gas companies, BG Group plc, BP plc, Eni S.p.A., Royal Dutch Shell plc, Statoil ASA and Total SA, today announced their call to governments around the world and to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to introduce carbon pricing systems and create clear, stable, ambitious policy frameworks that could eventually connect national systems. These would reduce uncertainty and encourage the most cost effective ways of reducing carbon emissions widely.
Royal Dutch Shell has published its Sustainability Report for 2014, which describes how it is working responsibly to help meet the world’s growing demand for energy.
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