In April 2020 Shell updated investors on its ambition to become a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050 or sooner. We will do this in step with society. Shell aims to reduce the Net Carbon Footprint of the energy products we sell to our customers by around 65% by 2050 and by around 30% by 2035. Shell Aviation is aligned with this ambition.

Shell Aviation’s carbon management strategy aims to help our customers decarbonise by avoiding emissions on the ground, reducing emissions principally through the use of Sustainable Aviation Fuel, and offsetting emissions through the use of carbon credits, specifically nature-based solutions. Shell Aviation plays many different roles in this strategy; a fuel supplier (renewable and conventional), a technology partner, and proponent of energy solutions for airports. 

We actively collaborate across the industry to deliver more sustainable solutions for aviation. Examples include our work with World Energy, SkyNRG, Amazon Air, at San Francisco Airport and Stuttgart Airport. Shell Aviation is proud to be a member of “The Clean Skies for Tomorrow Coalition” and the UK government's Jet Zero Council. 

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About Shell Aviation

We're proud to have helped drive aviation progress through collaboration with some of the industry's greatest visionaries, for over a 110 years.

Why Choose Shell Aviation

We believe our customers’ success is the true measure of our own success. So we offer partnership that drives growth for our customers, partners and industry.

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Best-selling Piston Engine Oils and high performance Turbine Oils, Greases and fluids.

Aviation Consultancy Services

High quality jet fuel, industry-leading operational standards and a professional operations team: we know what you expect from your jet fuel supplier.

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More time flying

More time flying

Every second your aircraft are on the ground they are not making money. That why we obsess about finding new and better ways to give our customers more time flying.

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Supply & Risk

Supply & Risk

It is critical to your business to have an uninterrupted supply of the highest quality products at a competitive price, and we have the infrastructure and resources to give you peace of mind.

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Access to experts

As new technologies and processes are tested and trailed, you can guarantee Shell has an expert in that field ready to talk to you. To speak to one of our experts, or to find out more on our consultancy services click here.

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The future of energy

The future of energy

Balancing the needs of our industry with the needs of the planet will require bold new innovations, and Shell have already started working on initiatives.

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Red Rock and Shell sign agreement to market and distribute low-carbon, sustainable aviation and diesel fuel

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