2021 media releases
Royal Dutch Shell plc media releases published in 2021.
Dec 16, 2021
Shell named number one global supplier in all three main categories – consumer, commercial and industrial
Shell retains its status as the leading global supplier of finished lubricants for a 15th consecutive year, according to the 19th edition of Kline & Company’s report Global Lubricants: Market Analysis and Assessment 2021.
Dec 13, 2021
Shell Commercial Road Transport (Shell) has signed a sale and purchase agreement to acquire MS Europe BV (MSTS Tolls), a leading tolls solutions provider, from TreviPay. MSTS Tolls with its innovative product portfolio and deep tolling expertise will allow Shell to build a best in class tolling experience for customers in the European commercial road transport sector. The purchase is expected to close towards the end of 2021.
Nov 11, 2021
Shell Lubricant Solutions (Shell) has announced the Shell Gadus S3 V220C 2 grease is now certified against the NLGI High-Performance Multiuse (HPM) certification, in addition to its previously held NLGI GC–LB performance classification, making it the first dual-certified grease currently available in the world. Shell Gadus S3 V220C 2 grease has also obtained the +HL tag for enhanced level of performance in the heavy load carrying capacity category.
Shell and ITOCHU join forces to deliver digitalisaton and decarbonisaton pathways for ITCOHU’S mining operations
Jul 1, 2021
Shell International and ITOCHU Corporation have announced they will collaborate to accelerate the digitalisation and decarbonisation of ITOCHU’s mining sites. Shell will offer its sectoral expertise in decarbonisation and digitalisation pathways expertise to find solutions that meet the specific needs of ITOCHU, an investment firm headquartered in Tokyo, which manages a Metals and Minerals portfolio that includes mining sites across the globe.
Shell acquires full ownership of MachineMax to drive next phase of global commercialisation to multiple industry sectors
Jun 24, 2021
Shell has become the sole owner of MachineMax, acquiring the stakes held by MachineMax’ s two other investors - BCG Digital Ventures and B Capital Group – as well as the company’s two founders. In addition, Shweta Saxena assumes the role of MachineMax CEO. MachineMax helps companies to maximise the profitability and efficiency of their off-highway fleets using smart sensors and next-generation analytics.
Shell and Penske announce strategic collaboration to help drive decarbonization and sustainability across sectors
May 28, 2021
Long-term global partners will aim to help their customers achieve sustainability ambitions.
Shell Naturelle takes lubricants beyond 'environmentally acceptable' to advance sustainable operations
May 20, 2021
With businesses worldwide coming under pressure to maximise output while also contributing to a more sustainable future, Shell has introduced a refreshed portfolio of Shell Naturelle biodegradable lubricants, designed to help reduce environmental impact without compromising on equipment performance.
Shell and Hyundai renew global cooperation to accelerate delivery of zero-emissions mobility solutions for customers
Mar 18, 2021
Shell continues as exclusively recommended lubricants supplier for Hyundai’s global aftermarket network
Mar 16, 2021
Shell and Maserati have extended their long-standing technical and commercial collaboration with the launch of the new Shell Helix Ultra Hybrid 0W-30 oil for Maserati hybrid engines.
Mar 2, 2021
Keynote speech at the Future Downstream conference, where Carlos Maurer, Executive Vice President, Sectors & Decarbonisation, Shell, outlines and explores three key trends driving downstream businesses – sector decarbonisation, the need for wide-ranging collaboration and the importance of digitalisation.
Feb 23, 2021
Carlos Maurer, Shell’s Executive Vice President, Sectors & Decarbonisation, on how Shell Lubricants offers customers around the world an expanded portfolio of carbon neutral lubricants.
Feb 23, 2021
London - Customers in key markets worldwide can now choose carbon neutral1 lubricants across select brands, with Shell aiming to compensate for 700,000 tonnes of CO2e emissions per year.
Shell Lubricants and Whitmore Announce Definitive Agreement to Form Joint Venture to Provide Industrial Products and Services to North America Rail and United States Mining Customers
Jan 22, 2021
DALLAS, TX – CSW Industrials, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSWI) and Pennzoil-Quaker State Company dba SOPUS products (“Shell”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Shell Oil Company that comprises Shell’s United States (“U.S.”) lubricants business, announced today the execution of a definitive agreement under which Whitmore Manufacturing, LLC (“Whitmore”), a wholly owned subsidiary of CSWI, and Shell will form a joint venture (“JV”) to market, distribute, and sell lubricants, greases, coolants, reliability products, and related industrial services to the North America rail and U.S. mining sectors. The JV, which will be named Shell & Whitmore Reliability Solutions, LLC, is expected to be owned fifty percent by each of Whitmore and Shell.
What’s driving road freight decarbonisation? Planning, collaboration and a whole fleet of innovative solutions.
Jan 21, 2021
Carlos Maurer, Shell’s Executive Vice President, Sectors & Decarbonisation on how the next 10 years will be critically important for the road freight sector to introduce zero emission vehicles into the global fleet.
Jan 21, 2021
London - Shell and Deloitte today published a joint study on how to decarbonise the road freight sector, which is based on the views of road freight executives and experts from around the world. More than 70% of the 158 interviewees consider decarbonisation as the leading or top 3 priority for their organisation.
Jan 5, 2021
Idemitsu Kosan Co., Ltd and Shell Overseas Holdings Limited have completed deal for Shell to acquire 100% of the shares in Shell Lubricants Japan K.K.