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Shell serious about ethanol and other biofuels, says CEO

By NALIN VIBOONCHART THE NATION KUALA LUMPUR Published on July 9, 2011

Royal Dutch Shell is heavily focused on investing in the exploration and production of gas and biofuels in promising countries, including China and Brazil, as it foresees that these sources of energy will play an important role over the next four decades as the demand for energy, particularly from Asian countries, will grow much faster than supply.

Chief executive officer Peter Voser yesterday said in Malaysia that Shell was focusing on four areas for future energy development: natural gas, biofuels, reduction of carbon-dioxide (CO2) emission and energy-efficiency products. read more

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Shell’s Plan to Lead in Storage of Carbon Dioxide Hits a Snag

Royal Dutch Shell PLC's push to become a world leader in the technology to capture and store carbon dioxide has hit a snag in the Netherlands, where locals are trying to block the company's plan to bury CO2 under their town.

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Barendrechters Stand Up to Shell Plan to Bury CO2 Under Town

April 20 (Bloomberg) -- The Dutch town of Barendrecht has a message for Royal Dutch Shell Plc: Not under my backyard.

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Carbon-Capture Plans Must Be Hastened to Meet Goals, Otter Says

Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Europe’s biggest oil company, estimates that carbon-capture and storage technology, known as CCS, could cut global carbon dioxide emissions by more than a third by 2050.

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Shell’s Green Ads Take New Tack

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

FEBRUARY 2, 2009

LONDON — Royal Dutch Shell, censured twice by Britain’s ad police for exaggerating its commitment to green issues, is hoping to avoid controversy in its latest ad campaign. It isn’t clear if it has succeeded.

The Anglo-Dutch oil giant drew fire from activist groups like Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth for past attempts to extol its environmental responsibility. It tended to boast of its investments in alternative energy with ads that spoke of the “power to create a cleaner, safer world.” read more

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Shell tests CO2 injection at oil sands

Shell says it is launching a pilot program that could eliminate nearly half of the carbon dioxide output of a key plant in its Canadian oil sands operations.

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Shell Signs Up to Join Australia’s Global Carbon Capture Body

Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Europe’s biggest oil company, will become a founding member of Australia’s A$100 million ($64 million) carbon capture and storage institute aimed at speeding low-emissions power output.

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Oil giants talk tax to kill environment

Evidence is mounting of a coordinated global oil industry effort to seize upon the international economic crisis as an opportunity to “rebel” against ecological controls and bludgeon concessions out of governments.

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Shell’s Quest to study carbon capture

Fort Saskatchewan will be home to the future of carbon capture and storage if Shell’s Quest project proceeds the way they’ve planned.

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Shell quadruples renewable energy project spending

Shell has spent $1 billion in the past five years on carbon capture, biofuel and solar and wind energy projects to cut emissions of greenhouse gases led by carbon dioxide, Graeme Sweeney, executive vice president for future fuels & CO2, said in Singapore today.

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Chatting with Shell About CO2

Jeroen van der Veer, the chief executive of the oil company Royal Dutch Shell, discussed emissions and biodiversity offsets with the IHT’s James Kanter.

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Oxfam says energy giants Shell and E.ON are threatening the lives of millions of poor around the world

Energy firms threaten poor – Oxfam

Energy giants Shell and E.ON are threatening the lives of millions of poor around the world, a charity said.

Their “high-polluting policies” have been attacked in an Oxfam report ‘Forecast for Tomorrow’ that says they are contributing “to the UK pushing global emissions to dangerous levels for the world and catastrophic levels for the poor.”

The controversial Kingsnorth coal-fired power station, proposed by E.ON, attracted particular criticism, with Oxfam warning it will have the combined carbon output of 30 developing countries. read more

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Shell exec speaks on carbon dioxide capture and storage

Discuss Download Photo: Hamad Saber

John Barry: We know that the C02 concentration in the atmosphere has gone up measurably in recent years. We also know that it’s not what’s happened so far that is the problem. It’s what’s going to happen over the next 100 years if we don’t start to manage the problem.

That’s John Barry with Shell. He leads one of Shell’s efforts to manage carbon dioxide emissions – thought to be changing Earth’s climate. He spoke of carbon dioxide capture and storage.

John Barry: Carbon dioxide capture and storage is one of the technologies that offers the most promise for making a difference to CO2 emissions in the short to medium term – I’m thinking 10 or 20 years. A hundred years out, maybe there will be technologies we haven’t thought of today. read more

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Shell Developing Cutting-Edge Green Technologies

Shell is also developing a number of alternative energy sources, and is the largest distributor of bio-fuels and one of the biggest investors in wind energy, investing in new technology such as second generation biofuels, thin film solar and hydrogen.

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Shell urges Rudd to protect LNG

Shell Australia chairman Russell Caplan and the company's global head of gas power Linda Cook said yesterday they would continue to work with the federal Government to ensure the interests of the emissions-intensive, trade-exposed (EITE) sector were catered for in the carbon trading regime.

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Shell says world can stabilize greenhouse gas levels

Thirst for energy will double in the first half of the century, but increased biofuel production and carbon storage could help the world stabilize greenhouse gas levels by the 2020s, oil giant Shell said on Wednesday.

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