Royal Dutch Shell reports 21 billion dollar loss

The company’s net debt increased by $1.9 billion in the last three months of the year

Court rules Shell must pay farmers over oil spills

Shell Nigeria is liable for damages from pipeline leaks in the villages of Oruma and Goi, the Hague Court of Appeals said in a ruling

Shell launches Celtic Sea floating wind farm

The farm will have a total capacity of up to 1GW, equivalent to powering 800,000 homes

Shell acquires ‘UK’s largest’ public EV charging network

The oil giant has bought the EV charging infrastructure provider ubitricity, which currently operates more than 2,700 charge point across the UK

Shell, Vattenfall and MHI join forces for major hydrogen project at a former coal plant in Hamburg

A scalable 100MW electrolyser fed by wind and solar power will be built at Moorburg station

Energy majors partner to speed up offshore CO2 transport and storage infrastructure

The partnership will see the development of an offshore network to ‎transport captured CO2 emissions to offshore storage beneath the ‎UK North Sea

Norway submits plan for £2bn carbon capture and storage project

The government proposes to initially implement the carbon capture technology at Norcem’s cement factory in Brevik

Shell wraps up acquisition of carbon farming company

Environmental services company Select Carbon specialises in developing projects which aim to increase carbon capture in plants or soil and reduce Australia’s emissions

European surveillance body greenlights Norway’s €2.1bn carbon capture and storage project

The project will see the development of carbon capture facilities at a cement factory and a waste-to-energy plant and the storage of CO2 below the seabed in the North Sea

New tariff on the block: Shell launches solar storage deal

With the new tariff, households with solar panels and battery storage could see reductions in the energy bills up to £150