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Shaping the future of energy through innovation.
Shaping the future of energy through innovation.
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We manage our use of water carefully and invest in new approaches and technologies to use it more efficiently. #WorldWaterDay 💧 http://go.shell.com/2nLEWlk
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What will the roads of the future look like? The Dutch artist and innovator Daan Roosengaarde imagines…
Read the full story: http://go.shell.com/2kSnFUC
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The Emirati homes powered by sunlight.
How Dubai’s carbon-neutral housing development is taking on the UAE’s lack of renewable power generation schemes in homes. Read more: http://go.shell.com/2kOpwuI
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Read how one engineer’s visit to a shopping centre with his daughter inspired virtual reality safety training on an offshore oil platform. http://go.shell.com/2iturRj
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“If you’re an engineer like me, it’s good to have something practical to tackle, to work on solutions and take control of your own destiny.”
Ben van Beurden reflects on the BG acquisition and other developments of the past 12 months as Shell CEO, and looks ahead to 2017. http://go.shell.com/2i65jQd
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Ten bright minds share their highlights of 2016. What were yours?
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A British start-up believes kites could generate hundreds of megawatts of energy by 2030. It has just secured a £5 million joint investment from three major companies, including Shell. Will the technology take off? http://go.shell.com/2hp6Qzi
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India has one of the fastest growing populations on earth. How will it ensure there’s enough food for everyone? http://go.shell.com/2hiADcY
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"Just like early sailors who sought distant continents, we don't know what we'll find…”
Read why Shell is sharing underwater equipment in the Gulf of Mexico with universities and research institutions. http://go.shell.com/2herlj9
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“I’m proud that my lad will be working on dismantling this huge beast that I helped build. It’s about time for it to retire.” Meet the family whose lives reflect the history of the Brent oil and gas field. http://go.shell.com/2fFaeSG
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