Shell is a big company that supplies around 3% of the energy the world uses. We want to play our part and contribute to the global effort to tackle climate change and meet the goal of the Paris Agreement. Working towards our Net Carbon Footprint ambition is how we plan to do this.
In one of the world’s most productive oil fields, shale operators have put competition aside to join in a common cause: making roads safer. Inside Energy reports.
Strong demand for cleaner-burning fuel in Asia continued to drive rapid growth in liquefied natural gas (LNG) use in 2018, with global demand rising by 27 million tonnes to 319 million tonnes, according to Shell's latest LNG Outlook. Find out more.
Electric vehicles are expected to play an increasingly important role in transporting people and products. Shell is working to meet the charging needs of electric vehicle drivers – at home, at work or on the road. Find out more.
Five years after becoming CEO of Shell, Ben van Beurden talks about climate change, his leadership style and Shell’s biggest ever financial transformation.
It is grabbing headlines and powering virtual currency. But what is blockchain and how can it change the energy industry?
How are we driving our business strategy in the context of climate-related risks and opportunities? The Shell Energy Transition Report helps answer questions from shareholders, governments and non-governmental organisations about what the energy transition means for us.
One of the lead authors of a landmark United Nations report tells Inside Energy why the world needs to cut carbon emissions and how China can take the lead.