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Shell, Sinopec, Baowu and BASF to explore open-source carbon capture, utilisation and storage project in China
Nov 04, 2022
Shanghai − Shell has signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Sinopec, Baowu and BASF to explore the feasibility of developing an open-source carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) project in the East China region. An open-source project could potentially offer industrial companies in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River contractual opportunities to capture and store their CO2 emissions.
Shell and Shenergy form joint venture to develop hydrogen refuelling network in China
Jul 29, 2022
Shanghai − Shell (China) Limited and Shanghai Shenergy Innovation and Development Co., Ltd., an affiliate of Shenergy (Group) Co., Ltd., have signed an agreement to form a joint venture, namely Shanghai Shenergy and Shell New Energy Company Limited. Through the new joint venture, the two parties will invest to build a network of hydrogen refuelling stations in Shanghai, Shell’s first hydrogen refuelling network in Asia.
Shell partners with CNOOC, Guangdong Government, ExxonMobil on offshore carbon capture and storage hub in China
Jun 28, 2022
Shell has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with CNOOC, Guangdong Provincial Development and Reform Commission and ExxonMobil to explore the feasibility of developing a carbon capture and storage (CCS) hub in the Daya Bay National Economic and Technological Development Zone in Huizhou, Guangdong Province, China.
Shell published report to set out a possible pathway for China to achieve a carbon-neutral energy system by 2060
Jan 17, 2022
Beijing, China - Shell China, in collaboration with Shell’s global scenarios team, today published a scenario Sketch ‘Achieving a carbon-neutral energy system in China by 2060’ in Beijing. The report sets out a potential pathway for China to achieve net-zero CO₂ emission from the production and use of energy by 2060.