Repurpose our core
Shell will repurpose its core by building on its strengths of an integrated business in Singapore.
Today, our extensive presence in Singapore’s energy sector carries with it a carbon footprint. Our businesses in Singapore must evolve and transform, and we must act now if we are to achieve our ambition to thrive through the energy transition.
Shell to pivot towards low-carbon value chains and greater digitalisation
Digitalisation in our sites will transform the way we operate, by improving efficiency and safety, and by facilitating the use of renewable energy.
Continuing our move towards Industry 4.0, a site technology named “Digital Twin” will be piloted at our Pulau Bukom Site and Jurong Island Chemicals Site.
This technology will result in a complete virtual representation of the physical elements on site which are able to respond dynamically to conditions based on data, making the sites safer, more productive and allowing for more efficiencies in our operations.
Harness the sun at our sites
We are looking to expand our solar footprint, including looking into utility-scale solar generation. This builds on the more than 3MWp we have already built at our Pandan distribution terminal, Seletar aviation site and Tuas Lubricants Plant.
Shell Singapore wants to transform its business in the country to thrive through the energy transition.
Known as “UpSkill ShellSG”, the new initiative aims to deepen Shell’s continuous learning and improvement culture by providing all employees with a suite of future-ready coursework.
The Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site is selected as Shell’s first site globally to transform the ways to work in this pilot.
THERE’S MORE THAT WE CAN DO
We are partnering with customers, the government and other parties to enable key sectors to decarbonise with low-carbon solutions.
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.