Shell foresees 'low risk' of stranded assets in low carbon transition plan

Michael Holder
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Shell foresees 'low risk' of stranded assets in low carbon transition plan

Fossil fuel giant believes it will produce 80 per cent of its oil and gas reserves before 2030, as it seeks to navigate low carbon transition

Shell has unveiled a plan to navigate its business through the shift towards a low carbon economy over the next 15 years, concluding that it foresees a "low risk" of being left with stranded assets in...

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