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Shell publishes reports on sustainability, industry associations and more

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Shell plc has published its 2021 Sustainability Report, its 2022 Industry Associations Climate Review Update and its 2021 Payments to Governments Report.

Shell has been formally reporting on sustainability-related performance for 25 years, with the aim of being transparent about activities that are important to investors, governments, and civil society. The 2021 Shell Sustainability Report outlines the progress towards many of its Powering Progress strategic ambitions, and shares related social, safety and environmental performance data.

In his introduction to the report, Shell’s CEO, Ben van Beurden, writes:

“Our Powering Progress strategy, which we launched in 2021, sets out how Shell can play a leading role in helping the world to reduce its carbon emissions. At the heart of our strategy lies our own target to become a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050, in step with society’s progress in achieving the Paris climate goals. In this, our 25th Sustainability Report, we share how we are working towards our Powering Progress goals.”

Shell also published its 2022 Industry Associations Climate Review Update. It provides a progress update on actions that Shell has taken over the past year to address differences in climate-related positions with industry associations where the company identified misalignment. It also provides a summary of how much Shell paid to 36 associations in 2021.

In addition, Shell published its 2021 Payments to Governments Report covering countries where it has exploration and production activities. This report details payments in 25 countries and was prepared in accordance with the UK’s The Reports on Payments to Governments Regulations 2014 (as amended in December 2015).

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