Shell Considers New LNG Projects to Meet Future Demand Growth
09.08.2023 By - NEWS

September 8, 2023 [Bloomberg] – Shell Plc is exploring a number of liquefied natural gas export projects in North America and Africa as the company expects strong demand for the fuel during the energy transition.


“There needs to be continued investment,” Cederic Cremers, executive vice president of LNG at Shell, said at the Gastech conference in Singapore. The company is considering plans for after its current slate of projects and investments — which include a facility in Canada — start through 2030, he said.

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