Shell and Sarawak state recognise that natural ecosystems such as forests, wetlands, peatlands and mangroves have the potential to contribute to the journey to a low carbon future.
Following the MOU signing, a committee formed from both Shell and the Sarawak state government representatives will study the potential for a nature conservation, restoration and enhancement venture for Sarawak’s natural landscape.
Shell is playing its part in the transition towards a low-carbon future. This requires a multi-faceted approach: from nature-based solutions to providing lower-carbon fuels to customers, providing renewable power from solar and wind, and developing gas markets for power and transport.
This MOU builds on Shell and Sarawak state’s long-standing relationship, which spans the upstream, midstream and downstream energy businesses.
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Shell is a global leader in power, energy, and gas technology and is working to meet increasing energy demand and supply challenges by delivering smarter products and cleaner energy, infrastructure, and by developing new energy sources while addressing the impact on the environment. Malaysia is one of Shell’s heartlands. The history of Royal Dutch Shell in Malaysia started more than 125 years ago. Shell has a strong market presence in the upstream and downstream sectors in Malaysia.
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