Peterhead CCS Project announcement

Following the announcement by the UK Government, on November 25th, of the withdrawal of funding for the CCS Commercialisation Competition, the Peterhead CCS Project will not now proceed.

Engineering the car of tomorrow

Read all about Shell Project M, a collaboration between Gordon Murray Design, Geo Technology and Shell to co-engineer a compact, energy efficient concept city car.

Helping low-carbon companies grow

Shell Springboard has supported innovative, low-carbon businesses since 2005. Find out how this is helping the UK transition into a lower carbon economy.

Bridging the gender divide

Shell receives global recognition for its commitment to gender equality by being named in The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2015. Hear from some of Shell's most prominent female employees.

Forecourts of the future

In partnership with PayPal, Shell is offering its service station customers a quick-and-easy mobile payment solution on forecourts up and down the UK.

Shedding light on a global issue

Shell Springboard 2015 winner Deciwatt has designed an innovative light source that could transform the lives of those living in some of the world’s most underdeveloped regions.

A rewarding career in geology

Women in energy take centre stage as Shell’s Ceri Griffith-Swain is named Young Petroleum Geoscientist of the Year 2015. 

Help for Heroes

Shell is showing its support for the UK’s service personnel by signing the Armed Forces Corporate Convenant.

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