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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.


Shell and Lufthansa Group sign MoU for SAF supply

The companies have signed a non-binding MoU for exploring the supply of Shell's SAF to the Lufthansa Group for seven years at airports across the globe, starting in 2024.


Shell USA and SHLX reach a definitive merger agreement

Shell USA will acquire all of the common units representing limited partner interests in SHLX held by the public. SHLX’s assets include interests in entities that own crude oil and refined products pipelines and terminals, as well as storage tanks.


Shell and CMA CGM sign LNG agreements

Shell and CMA CGM Group have signed agreements that will see them work closely together to accelerate the decarbonisation of the marine sector. This includes a multi-year LNG supply agreement.


Shell and Dow start up e-cracking furnace experimental unit

Shell and Dow have started up an experimental unit to electrically heat steam cracker furnaces at the Energy Transition Campus in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, bringing the companies a step closer to decarbonising petrochemical manufacturing.


Shell collaborates with AWS

Shell has deployed the OSDU Data Platform – a cloud native, open-source technology which provides the energy industry a toolbox to address the undifferentiated capabilities needed to manage large disconnected data sets.