2021 Media Release index page
2021 Media Releases
Shell Indonesia Drives Environmentally Friendly Energy Solutions Through Low Emission Products Portfolio Expansion
Apr 29, 2021
Jakarta - Shell Indonesia solidifies its commitment in powering the world’s transition into cleaner energy use through low- emission product portfolio. Align with the Powering Progress strategy set globally by Shell to accelerate the business transition into a net-zero emission energy company in 2050, Shell Indonesia supports the Indonesian Government’s agenda in reducing the global warming rate in order to achieve Paris Agreement’s commitment.
Apr 09, 2021
Jakarta, 7 April 2021 – Shell Indonesia continues to demonstrate its commitment to supporting customer mobility in Indonesia and contributing to environmental sustainability as a provider of cleaner energy products and services that brings added value to customers and wider community. One of these commitments is to present its latest fuel portfolio, Shell V-Power Nitro+ with Euro 4 standard specifications and Dynaflex Technology as Shell's flagship technology.
Returning to Drive Innovative Young Entrepreneurs, Shell LiveWIRE Energy Solutions 2021 Officially Begins
Mar 01, 2021
Shell Indonesia is back to ignite the spirit of young Indonesian entrepreneurs to develop sustainable future energy solutions through Shell LiveWIRE Energy Solutions 2021
National Waste Care Day 2021: Boosting Rural Economic Sustainability through Integrated Waste Management
Feb 22, 2021
Jakarta: The Indonesian National Waste Care Day (HPSN) which falls every 21st of February is a reminder that the waste issue should be a main concern to all parties and involve all components in the society in its management. Today, the urgency of waste management has become a strategic issue to global concern. Data of Environment and Forestry Ministry (KLHK) revealed the amount of national waste reaching around 67.8 million tons in 2020. The figure will continue to increase as the population grows and lifestyles become more complex and practical. By 2050, the composition of plastic waste is expected to double to 35% of total waste.