Hydrogen, e-liquids and future fuels: clean mobility is more than just batteries

Shell is reconfiguring its role in a world which is trying to lessen dependence on fossil fuels. It’s a complex and many-faceted task, writes Xavier Boucherat

Shell—like its competitors—has plenty of questions to answer moving forward, but on one thing it is adamant: multiple propulsion technologies will power the future of mobility, and preferred solutions will change from market to market. The oil giant recognises that many nations and industries want to lessen dependence on fossil fuels, and that it must now evolve as a business.

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