Producing energy resources deep beneath the world’s oceans has been going on for 40 years. Most of the deep-water pioneers have retired. Now some of them are back in demand.
How will we travel differently in the future? Is enough being done globally to shift to more sustainable forms of transport? And are different parts of the world on course towards a lower-carbon future? Watch the Inside Energy debate.
As costs of building solar power plants and wind farms fall, renewable energy projects are helping in the move towards a lower-carbon future. Inside Energy meets the Director General of the International Renewable Energy Agency.
Speaking in London, UK, Shell CEO Ben van Beurden addresses the need for clear signals from the world's governments to unlock a cleaner future. Read the speech in full.
Aerodynamic and packed with energy saving technology, Starship is a new vehicle designed to show how trucks can be more fuel efficient. Inside Energy steps on board.
The Chinese city of Lanzhou demonstrates how communities around the globe can improve their air quality with the help of natural gas.
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.
During the toughest downturn in oil prices for decades, some energy projects had to find inventive ways to survive. One was Appomattox, a major deep-water development in the Gulf of Mexico. Those involved believe it set a new standard for the development of major Shell projects in the future.