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In tackling climate change, the focus is increasingly on limiting the global temperature rise to 1.5° Celsius. Shell supports this ambition.
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The Tax Contribution Report is an important move for Shell towards greater transparency around our approach to paying taxes, and aims to offer a deeper understanding of our principles and actions in this area.
Shell CEO Ben van Beurden on the global evolution underway in response to climate change and the need for the energy industry to embrace it.
Shell Chief Financial Officer Jessica Uhl on transparency during the Global Conference of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) in Paris.
In less than four years, the Quest carbon capture and storage facility in Canada has captured and safely stored 4 million tonnes of carbon dioxide - the equivalent annual emissions of about one million cars.
Bright young people keen to build a sustainable future want to understand its challenges – and how to tackle them. An innovative programme, which Shell and its partners have launched, is designed to help them.
The world must find many ways to reduce carbon emissions while addressing growing energy demand. One approach is to protect and restore ecosystems that absorb carbon dioxide, such as forests, grasslands and wetlands. Inside Energy reports.
This fishing village in the Philippines is too remote to connect to the power grid, but a wind turbine and some solar panels have changed everything.
Shell wants to contribute to the global effort to tackle climate change and meet the goal of the Paris Agreement. Working towards our Net Carbon Footprint ambition is how we plan to do this.
Shell opens one of the Netherland’s largest solar parks at Shell Moerdijk chemicals site.
At the Web Summit technology conference in Lisbon, Portugal, Shell CEO Ben van Beurden speaks on the need to gain public trust and the importance of transparency and ethical behaviour.
Shell Downstream Director John Abbott on why the future of transport will be defined not by one solution, but many.
Shell CEO Ben van Beurden on the company’s ambition to provide electricity to 100 million people who do not have a modern connection.
The Pernis Residual Heat Initiative is an innovative project that could help the Dutch city of Rotterdam reduce CO2 emissions by up to 35,000 tonnes annually.
BP, Equinor, Shell and Total CEOs announce that they have agreed to join forces to create a collaborative approach to human rights supplier assessments in the energy industry.
Shell has announced a target to maintain methane emissions intensity below 0.2% by 2025. This target covers all oil and gas assets for which Shell is the operator.
How are we driving our business strategy in the context of climate-related risks and opportunities?