With regional hubs in London, San Diego, Shanghai and Singapore, we are one of the largest environmental product traders in the world, operating in compliance and voluntary emissions markets globally.

We offtake, trade, market, optimise and hedge environmental products to meet our customers’ current and future needs.

Shell has also been instrumental in assisting the development of new compliance markets. For example, Shell Energy China was nominated for the “2017 Most Innovative Product” award by the Shanghai Exchange and awarded the “Most Contribution in 2017” award by the Guangdong Exchange.

We also supply a variety of voluntary carbon credit solutions to meet the needs of customers who have decided to reduce their net carbon footprint.

Shell has set several milestones in emissions market history, including being the first company to:

  • Execute a trade in European Union Allowances (EUAs)

  • Trade a carbon product usable under a mandatory US cap-and-trade programme

  • Trade US federal CO2 compliance futures contracts on the Chicago Climate Futures Exchange

     

  • Take delivery of Certified Emission Reductions (CERs) under the United Nations Clean Development Mechanism programme

With more than 15 years’ experience in environmental products trading, we can help customers meet their compliance obligations, manage the associated risks and ultimately achieve net reductions in their carbon footprint.

Bill McGrath, GM Shell Environmental Products

Why work with Shell?

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    Extensive portfolio of compliance and voluntary carbon credits

  • Shell Logo

    Strong credit rating and brand identity

  • Two person meeting

    Long and trusted relationships with many counterparties

  • Office

    Creative teams with great expertise in delivering long and short-term solutions

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    Execute deals for our customers quickly and efficiently

MORE FROM SHELL ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS

Helping businesses meet their compliance requirements

Environmental compliance markets are a key mechanism through which companies can manage their emissions by trading carbon credits.

Working with customers to compensate for their emissions

Voluntary carbon credits are a recognised mechanism for investing in projects that contribute to reducing the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere.