Thriving through the energy transition in Singapore
Our aim is to transform our business in Singapore to thrive through the Energy Transition in step with society.
We have outlined a 10-year plan for how we could make significant investments in people, assets and capabilities to repurpose our core business and aim to cut our own CO2 emissions here by about a third within a decade. This is equivalent to planting about four million trees, or an addition of about 60% of all the urban trees in Singapore.
This builds on Shell’s target to become a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050, in step with society and our customers.
Shell has awarded a contract to Singapore company, Penguin International Limited, to design, build and operate at least three fully-electric ferries which, when operational, will be the first fully-electric ferry service in Singapore and a first for Shell globally.
In support of the Singapore Green Plan 2030 and Singapore’s sustainable development, the Energy Market Authority (EMA) and Shell have committed an additional $4 million, with support from Enterprise Singapore (ESG), to accelerate the growth of local energy startups.
Shell City Solutions and the Resilient Cities Network launched the Resilient Energy & Mobility Transition Programme to support cities in managing resilient energy and mobility transition.
JTC Corporation (JTC) and Shell Singapore have signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding to jointly explore developing a solar farm on part of Semakau Landfill, south of the Singapore mainland.
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Shell Singapore aims to support society’s journey towards a net-zero carbon economy.
Shell Singapore will continue to develop far-reaching solutions to reduce emissions in the longer term.
Meet the people in Shell Singapore
Our people are driving change by embracing innovation and making an impact with their can-do spirit.