Shell is a global group of companies that provides solutions to keep people and goods mobile, businesses running their machines, and homes warm and bright. Its portfolio ranges from traditional fuels, lubricants and specialties to e-charging, hydrogen, biofuels, gas and renewables.
In support of the Paris Agreement, Shell has set the global goal to become a net-zero-emissions energy company by 2050, in line with society and our customers. Shell is investing billions of dollars globally in low-carbon energy, including electric vehicle charging stations, hydrogen, renewables and biofuels.
Shell has been present in Germany since 1902, has its German headquarters in Hamburg and today employs more than 3,000 people across Germany in research, production and sales of energy solutions for private mobility and home energy as well as energy and chemical products and lubricants for almost all industries.
The company is successively transforming its portfolio with a view to customer needs in order to drive the German energy transition with sustainable energy solutions. A key element of this transformation is the intention to become a leader in green hydrogen – which is why Shell is a driving force in several green hydrogen projects in Germany, such as AquaVentus.