Delta and Shell Aviation's SAF agreement to support Los Angeles International Airport
Delta will purchase up to 10 million gal. of neat SAF from Shell Aviation over a two-year period, for use at its hub at Los Angeles International Airport in the US.
Shell Catalysts & Technologies, Technip Energies and Zachry selected for carbon capture project
Shell Catalysts & Technologies, together with Technip Energies and Zachry Group, has been awarded a FEED contract for a carbon capture unit project at Calpine’s Baytown Energy Center in Texas, US.
SC&T to provide technologies and catalysts for CSPC JV Phase III expansion
Shell Catalyst & Technologies (SC&T)'s technology has been chosen to enable CSPC JV Phase III – one of the largest petrochemicals joint ventures in China.
Shell and Hapag-Lloyd sign multi-year LNG supply agreement
Shell and Hapag-Lloyd have announced the signing of a multi-year agreement for the supply of LNG to Hapag-Lloyd’s ultra-large dual-fuel container vessels.
Growing European LNG demand to intensify competition with Asia
Europe’s increased need for LNG looks set to intensify competition with Asia for limited new supply available over the next two years, and may dominate LNG trade over the longer term, according to Shell’s LNG Outlook 2023.
Shell Catalysts & Technologies to increase pricing of catalyst products
Shell Catalysts & Technologies' global price increase of its refining and chemical catalyst products lines comes as a result of unprecedented global economic challenges.
Shell dominates global long-term LNG import contract volumes
Shell lead the global long-term LNG import contract volumes signed by key purchasing companies in 2022, with a contracted capacity of 6.7 million tpy, according to GlobalData.
Shell Lubricants and Blue Tide Environmental to progress circular economy
Pennzoil-Quaker State Co., a subsidiary of Shell, has acquired a 49% interest in Blue Tide Environmental – a company focused on building a global network of lubricant recycling facilities.
Shell and Raízen sign cellulosic ethanol deal
Shell has agreed to buy a total of 3.25 billion litres of sugar cane cellulosic ethanol under a long-term agreement with Raízen. The low-carbon fuel will be produced by five Raízen plants in Brazil.
Mitsui Chemicals selects Shell Catalysts & Technologies' catalyst
Mitsui Chemicals has asked Shell Catalysts & Technologies for its Shell S-896 catalyst, which is expected to provide economic benefits from raw material (ethylene) savings, and to help the organisation meet the decarbonisation goals of its refinery in Osaka, Japan.