Speaking at The Times CEO Summit in London, UK, Shell CEO Ben van Beurden speaks about the need for supply and demand to work in harmony if the world is to tackle climate change. Read the full speech.
In less than four years, the Quest carbon capture and storage facility in Canada has captured and safely stored 4 million tonnes of carbon dioxide - the equivalent annual emissions of about one million cars.
During the toughest downturn in oil prices, some energy projects had to find inventive ways to survive. One was Appomattox, Shell's major deep-water project in the Gulf of Mexico. This month, against what once seemed impossible odds, it starts production.
Bright young people keen to build a sustainable future want to understand its challenges – and how to tackle them. An innovative programme, which Shell and its partners have launched, is designed to help them.
Hosted by Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco, this is The Great Travel Hack. This isn’t a race about travelling faster, it’s about travelling cleaner. #MakeTheFuture
How will the world meet growing energy demand while reducing carbon dioxide emissions? The Energy Podcast sets out to explore the options, and the possible outcomes. Listen and subscribe here.
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.
Shell has published its 2018 Sustainability Report, its annual Payments to Governments Report and its new Industry Associations Climate Review. Read them here.
Jun 11, 2019
Jun 11, 2019