Shell Energy Marketing & Trading
Shell Energy Marketing & Trading provides more and cleaner energy solutions across a global portfolio of gas, power and environmental products to meet current and future energy needs of our customers: energy producers, asset owners, traders, wholesalers and large industrial customers.
Shell Energy Europe provides your business with advanced and high value solutions for energy assets and commodities, including natural gas, power and CO2, across a broad range of European markets.
Shell Energy offers a comprehensive suite of tailored products and solutions, including rapidly growing capacity, trading and technical expertise and smart energy solutions, serving customers across the commercial and industrial sectors.
Discover more about how Shell Energy provides business energy solutions and innovation across a portfolio of gas, electricity, environmental products and energy productivity solutions to commercial and industrial customers.
Shell Energy Nigeria is growing Shell‘s presence as a natural gas marketing and sales business in Nigeria. It builds on the success of Shell Nigeria Gas which has delivered natural gas to customers since 1998.
Shell Energy Singapore offers reliable and competitive energy solutions with a primary focus on gas.
Shell Energy Japan is a 100% Shell-owned, pan-Japan power marketing and trading business.
Shell Energy (China) Limited is a subsidiary company of Shell in China. We offer customers a competitive and diversified portfolio of LNG, CO2 emissions management and strategy options in China.
Shell LNG Marketing & Trading (SLMT) is one of the most experienced LNG marketers in the world.
Shell Energy Philippines is a 100% Shell-owned power marketing and trading business which offers competitive electricity supply to businesses in the country.
Shell Energy entered Brasil in 2021 with the aim of providing clean electricity from solar powered plants and wind farms, alongside lower carbon energy from gas-fired power plants.
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