Cargo ship on sea at sunset

LNG - fuel in transition

Start your transition by talking to us

At Shell we want to support our Shipping Sector customers to realise their decarbonisation ambitions.

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has set a target to reduce the total emissions from shipping by, at least, 50% by 2050 compared to 2008 levels, and carbon intensity by at least 40% by 2030, and 70% by 2050. Our own target is net zero by 2050, in step with society, this includes both emissions from our own operations (defined as scope 1&2) and emissions from the products we sell to customers (Scope 3).

There is a need to start decarbonising now, and using liquefied natural gas (LNG) offers a pathway to start cutting carbon emissions. Learn more about the benefits of LNG, Liquefied Biomethane (LBM), and Liquefied E-methane (LEM) is these videos:

     

We offer bunkering in key maritime hubs around the world and operate one of the largest bunkering fleets.

     

10
countries

15
bunkering locations

12
bunkering vessels

800+
bunkering operations

The visual shows a map of operational and future bunkering locations

      

We are supporting customers across all vessel segments.

Meet our Team:

Contact us for more support in developing your business case for LNG-powered vessels.

    

Tahir

Tahir Faruqui
GM Global DLNG

Saheera Ahmad

Saheera Ahmad
Global Head Business Development - Containers

Seow lim

Seow-Lim Chung
Team Lead Business Development Tankers & Bulkers

Achuthanandam Krishna

Krishna Achuthanandam
Team Lead Specialised Segments (Cruise, PCC, Ferry, Ro-Ro)

Achuthanandam Krishna

Hwee Lan Khoo
Global Network Development & Strategy Manager