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Shell, Energy Experts And University Students Engage In Debate On The Future Of Energy

2018-11-23

In a unique opportunity, over 250 students and undergraduates from Singapore, Malaysia and Philippines challenged prominent regional energy experts and global energy company Shell on the issue of climate change and the future of energy at The Great Energy Debate, a live panel debate held on 23 November 2018 at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). The debate was streamed live at Curtin University, Malaysia and University of the Philippines.

Shell joins A*STAR’s Model Factory @ ARTC as anchor industry partner

2018-08-23

Shell joins A*STAR’s Model Factory Initiative as an anchor industry partner at the Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre (ARTC). The ARTC is a contemporary platform built upon strong public-private partnerships to translate research to industry application, led by A*STAR in partnership with the Nanyang Technological University (NTU).

Day 1 of Make the Future Singapore 2018 welcomes thousands

2018-03-08

Make the Future Singapore opened on 8 March 2018 where visitors explore the future of energy and bright ideas around the world; More than 120 student teams from Asia Pacific and the Middle East compete in Shell Eco-marathon Asia and bright minds gather to discuss ideas around “Energy for Better Living” at the Powering Progress Forum 2018.

Futuristic cars compete in race for efficiency at Shell’s Make the Future Singapore festival

2018-02-22

Make the Future Singapore, a free festival of bright energy ideas and innovations for Asia, will take place at Singapore’s Changi Exhibition Centre from March 8 to 11, 2018. Returning to Singapore for a second year, the public festival will be a platform for conversation, collaboration and innovation around the global energy challenge: how to generate more energy, while producing less CO2 emissions.

Shell opens 430 Million-litre Lubricants Plant in Singapore

2017-11-01

Singapore, November 1, 2017 – Shell today opened an integrated lubricants and grease production facility in Tuas, Singapore. At 10 hectares, the site size is equivalent to almost 25 football pitches. It is Shell’s 3nd largest lubricants plant in the world and 2nd largest in Asia-Pacific, capable of producing up to 430 million litres (equivalent to 390 kilotonnes) of lubricants and greases every year - enough to change the engine oil of over 12,000 cars, every hour, every day. 

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