The Mobility Quandary–The Washington Post

Oct 15, 2018

Read the latest Washington Post article on the topic of Mobility and Shell’s role in this journey, from investing in hydrogen and electric vehicles to liquid natural gas (LNG).

Hydrogen for fuel cell electric vehicle and heavy-duty trucks

Oct 03, 2018

Fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV), powered by hydrogen, provide long range and fast 3-minute refueling with zero emissions. They are an attractive option for many customers and will play a role alongside battery electric vehicles in a global low-carbon mobility future.

Shell adds value to existing heartland acreage

Aug 16, 2017

Shell continues to grow its position in the Paleogene play in the Western and Central Gulf of Mexico – an area where the company has been successfully developing resources for decades.

Racing to the future

Feb 01, 2017

Make the Future Detroit: A Festival of Bright Energy Ideas Featuring Shell Eco-marathon Americas

Energize Your Future

Sep 21, 2016

During a forum at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, Niel Golightly, the VP of Shell’s energy transition strategy in the U.S., and Brenna Clairr O’Tierney, an external relations advisor at Shell and an Annenberg alumna, discussed why students should consider an energy career.

Panel Discusses Future of Energy

Sep 15, 2016

During a recent forum at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, panelists engaged in a discussion about careers in the energy industry and the critical need for authentic communication, engagement and collaboration across diverse sectors and geographies as global energy companies seek to meet the growing energy demand while at the same time identify ever cleaner energy solutions that address the urgent challenge of climate change.

Houston Science Teacher Ensures Students Never Give Up

Mar 25, 2016

Jessica Leonard, a teacher at Stevenson Middle School in Houston, uses the National Energy Education Development (NEED) project’s curriculum to bring science to life for her students – while at the same time teaching them to fight through challenging concepts and embrace new ideas.

Shell President Discusses Energy with UPenn Students

Mar 15, 2016

On March 3, the Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative collaborated with the University of Pennsylvania’s Kleinman Center for Energy Policy to host Shell Oil Co. President Marvin Odum for a discussion about the energy transition.

UPenn Students Say Collaborate to Innovate

Mar 04, 2016

Shell Oil Co. President Marvin Odum recently spoke with students and faculty at the University of Pennsylvania about the energy transition and why the industry needs future leaders who embrace collaboration and aren’t afraid to pave a different path forward.

Five More Years: Shell Continues Jazz Fest Sponsorship

May 02, 2014

Five more years – that is the commitment Shell is making to the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and its Louisiana neighbors. Today the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival announced that Shell will continue as the presenting sponsor of the event through 2019 when the festival celebrates its 50th anniversary.

Deer Park to raise money for Education Foundation

Apr 07, 2014

Runners, walkers, kids, and families are encouraged to participate in a morning of competition, exercise, and outdoor fun on a USA Track & Field certified 5K event that winds through the streets of Deer Park.

Detroit selected, Shell Eco-marathon Americas 2015

Apr 02, 2014

Houston – Today, Shell Oil Company (“Shell”), in conjunction with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, announced the selection of the iconic “Motor City” as host for the annual Shell Eco-marathon Americas challenge beginning in 2015.

Mars B | As Much Heart As Steel

Feb 04, 2014

The Mars B deep-water project dedicated $5 million to numerous social and environmental initiatives with the aim to benefit the communities of the US Gulf Coast, as well as in South Korea, where the hull of the Olympus platform was built.

Mars B First Oil: Integrated & Delivered

Feb 04, 2014

Shell has begun production from the Mars B development through Olympus -- seventh, and largest, floating deep-water platform it has developed in the Gulf of Mexico.

Deep Water - It’s in Their DNA

Jan 30, 2014

When Shell’s new Olympus floating tension leg platform (TLP) began first oil production from the Gulf of Mexico in February, a team of seasoned deep-water professionals played a key role in its success. You might say that deep water is in their DNA.

Discovering Hidden Energy

Jan 30, 2014

The Mars B development owes its existence to dramatic advances in seismic technology over the past decade. These advances allow exploration geologists to better “see” through and around massive underground salt formations to find vast new oil and gas reservoirs hidden beneath them.

Mars B Contributes to Communities

Jan 27, 2014

Recycling oyster shells into protective reefs; restoring island nesting habitats for birds; updating a local baseball field for children with disabilities. These are just a few of the social and environmental programs put into place by the Shell Mars B development.

Shell Grant Improves Road Safety in Louisiana

Road Safety is a top priority at Shell. Our staff and contractors drive more than 600 million miles each year along routes that run through the countryside, local communities and major commercial hubs.

Community Appreciation Day Video

Our Shell Martinez volunteers treated the community to reduced-price gas, full service and a hot dog lunch at a local Shell station recently.

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