Connecting, Nurturing, Creating for Sustainable Environment

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  • Organization Profile
  • Shell Hong Kong (Shell) is an operating company of Royal Dutch Shell – a global group of energy and petrochemical companies which use advanced technologies and take an innovative approach to help build a sustainable energy future. With more than 100 years of history locally, Shell supplies Hong Kong and Macau with a wide range of oil products from its technologically advanced Tsing Yi Installation. Shell’s business activities include Retail filling and service stations, fuel and lubricants to Commercial sectors, Bitumen, Aviation fuel, Marine fuel and lubricants. As a responsible corporate citizen in Hong Kong, Shell actively contributes to the well-being of the community through its social investment programmes.
     
  • Environment and Sustainability Highlights
  • Sustainability at Shell means providing more and cleaner energy solutions in a responsible way. Sustainability is integrated across our business on three levels:

     

    In our operations: by running a safe, efficient, responsible and profitable business

    This is the foundation of our approach. We strive to produce and deliver energy responsibly – in a way that respects people, their safety and their environment. At the simplest level, this means doing no harm. We apply global standards to manage safety, the environment and how we engage with communities and we work to continuously improve our performance.

     

    For our customers: by helping to shape a more sustainable energy future

    We provide products that people need and want to improve their lives – in their homes and businesses, and for transport. We aim to be responsible stewards for these products. We intend to adapt, innovate and play our part in the global shift to provide more and cleaner energy. This means transforming our product mix over time. We are taking action to provide lower-carbon products to help customers reduce their emissions.

    We aim to reduce the Net Carbon Footprint of the energy products we sell by around 65% by 2050, and 30% by 2035 compared to our 2016 levels, in step with society’s progress to align with the goals of the Paris Agreement.

     

    With communities and wider society: making a positive contribution

    We aim to play a positive role in communities where we operate and in wider society. We contribute to the development of local economies by creating jobs, boosting skills, sourcing from local suppliers, as well as paying taxes and royalties. We support community projects that are based on the needs of local people.

     

  • Organization Representative to BEC
  • Name: Joanna Chow
    Job Title: General Manager - Commercial Fuels

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