The global energy system is changing. A planet destined for more people and rising living standards will need more energy. But the world must also find ways to reduce carbon emissions and tackle climate change. When you fill up with Shell fuel, you can relax in the knowledge that our scientists have spent decades researching ways to fuel cleaner, more efficient fleets.
Beyond Oil and Gas
As we move towards a low-carbon future, there are many ways to significantly reduce emissions across your fleet today.
From adopting alternative fuels through to using data to ensure that your vehicles are driven in the most efficient and economic ways, we can help you take control of your fleet emissions.
Fleets are harnessing the benefits of cleaner fuels
In a recent survey, 58% of Fleet Managers predict the fuel types of their fleets will change in the next five years.1 With sustainability high on so many fleet agendas, more and more companies are focusing on how fuel can help. Two key choices are to:
- Source smarter traditional fuels that can deliver benefits such as better fuel economy, cutting costs and CO2 emissions at the same time
- Switch to cleaner-burning natural gas fuels and biofuels that offer a practical and cost-efficient solution for reducing emissions
1 Edelman Intelligence survey, 2017
Products that work for your fleet today and tomorrow
We are continuing to invest in developing fuels and lubricants that work in existing and new vehicle technologies, from petrol and diesel to alternative fuels like LNG.
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