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World Hydrogen Leader , Charley Rattan Associates

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Shell has a choice. It can choose to produce oil and gas with the lowest possible emissions. Or it can say: “If society wants to get to net-zero emissions and we really want to be an integral part of that society, then we need to get to net zero as well.”

We, Shell, have decided to go on the second, bigger, mission. It is consistent with our strategy and it fits better with us, as the company and people we are, and with the vision we have for where we want to be.





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Matt Chester on Sep 30, 2020

It's good to hear them say the right things, and I hope they prove my skepticism wrong! I certainly feel like it's warranted, but talk is one thing and it's time to see action back it up. Keeping an eye on you, Shell!

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