Shell's low carbon efforts could deliver long-term credit rating boost, says Moody's

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Shell's low carbon investments could safeguard against decline in oil fortunes
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Shell's low carbon investments could safeguard against decline in oil fortunes

Increasing investments in EVs, renewables, biofuels and clean tech make Shell a safer long term bet for investors compared to some its oil industry peers, says ratings agency

Shell's increased investment in low carbon energy opportunities such as renewables and biofuels could pay significant dividends in the long-term, as fortunes from its traditional oil and gas business fall...

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