Glengarry in the Scottish Highlands is restoring native pine forest in a project supported by Shell, providing a perfect habitat for endangered species.
Speaking to the Oil and Money conference in London, UK, as he is named Energy Executive of the Year, Shell CEO Ben van Beurden speaks about the need for the energy industry to embrace its evolution. Read the speech in full.
As construction continues at the world’s first Olympic Village powered by hydrogen, Japan takes the lead in global talks to promote a hydrogen economy.
After decades of supplying Europe with energy, the 24,000-tonne topside of the Brent Delta oil and gas platform came in from the North Sea. Once in the dock at Hartlepool, on England's north-east coast, workers began dismantling it for recycling. And they found some surprises…including three guitars and a ukulele.
China has far more electric vehicles on its roads than any other country on earth. While the country intends to keep the pace of manufacturing growing, can its charging infrastructure keep up?
Hosted by A-list actress and sitcom 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.
Around two billion people live without access to reliable electricity. Nearly a billion of them have no access to electricity at all. Shell’s energy access business is focused on helping to tackle energy poverty.