The energy future
The Paris Agreement has sent a signal around the world: climate change is a serious issue that governments are determined to address. A new energy system is emerging. It will unfold over decades, moving at different paces in different places.
Inside The energy future
Shell’s target is to become a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050, in step with society.
Shell is working with others to help address greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across different sectors. Read more about developments in each sector.
We are innovating to help people and goods move around an ever more crowded world more cleanly and efficiently.
Which city best suits your lifestyle? Answer our future cities quiz and compare 500 cities worldwide to find out.
The Sky scenario illustrates a technically possible, but challenging pathway for society to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Energy resources are spread across the planet
The Global Energy Resource database is our tool for exploring the world’s fossil and renewable energy resources. Do you know how energy resources are distributed around the world?
Adair Turner: we need action on climate change
The former financial regulator Adair Turner on why he is chairing the Energy Transition Commission.
The energy problem to solve in this lifetime
The brightest minds in the energy sector share their personal highlights of 2017 and the one energy problem they would like to see solved in their lifetimes.
Keeping momentum after Paris
The energy future is not just in the hands of governments and businesses, argues Laszlo Varro. Consumers also have a huge role to play.
Read the latest report “Decarbonising Shipping: All Hands on Deck” which outlines industry perspectives on how to accelerate decarbonisation of the shipping sector.
Shell has been a pioneer in developing scenarios to explore the future and deepen its strategic thinking for almost 50 years.
Two of the key long-term models of the world’s energy system developed by the Shell Scenarios Team.
Read the latest report Decarbonising Road Freight: Getting into gear which outlines industry perspectives on how to accelerate reducing carbon emissions from trucks, buses and light duty vehicles.