Shell CCS facility soaks up five million tonnes of CO2

The oil giant says this was achieved in less than five years of the plant’s operations and it is equivalent to the annual emissions from about 1.25m cars

Shell’s carbon capture technology granted approval after trial at waste-to-energy plant

Captured carbon dioxide from the plant will be injected into seafloor thousands of metres below sea level in the West of Norway

Cleantech Solar and ING ink ‘Asia Pacific’s largest green loan’

The firm will use the $75 million funding to build more than 500MW of commercial and industrial rooftop solar power projects

Anesco to develop two solar farms in the Netherlands

Anesco will develop the renewable assets in Holland and Friesland after being awarded the contracts by Shell New Energies

UK’s ‘first’ commercial waste-to-jet-fuel plant receives green light

The project will convert hundreds of thousands of tonnes of non-recyclable everyday household and commercial waste into sustainable aviation fuel per year

Consortium of energy giants to build ‘world’s first carbon capture and storage network’

The first phase of the project will see the capture of 1.5 million tonnes of CO2 per year and its permanent storage 2,500 metres below the seabed in the North Sea

Shell to invest in Australian gas project

Arrow Energy’s Surat Gas Project will generate 90bn cubic feet of new gas annually for local and export market

Shell commits to achieving net zero emissions by 2050

Steps to reduce emissions include an ambition to make the manufacture of all its products net zero by 2050

Shell pulls out of US LNG project amid global energy price crisis

The Lake Charles LNG project is amongst several projects that have seen delays due to the dip in global energy prices

Shell to cut $9bn from operational costs to weather oil prices crash during coronavirus

The oil giant said it “is taking immediate steps to ensure the financial strength and resilience of our business”