The world’s energy system is changing rapidly. In this section, you will find reports, case studies, videos and articles designed to help simplify energy and to share information on energy trends, technology, regulations and efficiency projects.
15 February 2022
Download this whitepaper and learn how you can start reducing consumption, cost and emissions with our energy efficiency guide for Australian manufacturing businesses.
3 December 2021
In this edition, David Guiver, Andrew Hines, Lasanthi Weerasekara and Grant Shannon look at the power market and how renewable energy from large projects is influencing spot prices. They focus on the changes in supply and demand for environmental certificates and review the correlation between international and domestic prices in the gas market.
15 September 2021
In this quarter’s update, David Guiver, VP Shell Energy Australia (Trading and Supply), along with Andrew Hines, Lasanthi Weerasekara and a new guest, Lead Gas Trader Grant Shannon, look at the correlation between the power and gas markets. They also examine the composition of NEM power generation by fuel source and the impact of the Callide and Yallourn events.
1 June 2021
PwC surveyed over 160 commercial and industrial organisations, asking them what they look for in their energy retailer. See what they found.
21 May 2021
Our customers value great service. That’s why we have been rated No.1, with a 92% customer satisfaction score. Customers know they will receive on-time billing, delivered to the right person and with 99.9% billing accuracy. We know energy is complex and our experienced, high-performing team makes it simple. Our people power our success through outstanding customer service, trusted relationships and reliability you can count on.
In this quarter's update, David Guiver, Andrew Hines and guest energy specialist, Lasanthi Weerasekara, look at the East Coast electricity markets, supply and demand in the large generation certificate market, and East Coast gas, with a focus on Queensland domestic prices.
29 March 2021
The Australian Industry Group, the Clean Energy Finance Corporation and the Energy Efficiency Council developed a resource for gas-intensive manufacturers to assist them to remain cost competitive in a global economy that is moving towards lower emissions and cleaner energy.
19 March 2021
Shell has been developing possible visions of the future since the 1970s, helping generations of Shell leaders explore ways forward and make better decisions. Shell Scenarios ask “what if?” questions encouraging leaders to consider events that may only be remote possibilities, and stretch their thinking.
How are we driving our business strategy in the context of climate-related risks and opportunities? This report helps answer questions from shareholders, governments and non-governmental organisations about what the energy transition means for Shell.
Shell's target is to become a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050, in step with society's progress in achieving the goal of the UN Paris Agreement on climate change.
Electricity is vital to our daily lives and can help meet rising energy demand with fewer emissions. See how Shell is providing more and cleaner electricity.
Shell is working with others to help address greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across different sectors. Read more about developments in each sector.
17 February 2021
Shell Energy Australia provides business energy solutions and innovation across a range of commercial and industrial sectors, helping businesses thrive through the energy transition. See how Shell Energy worked with Urban Utilities to help better manage their onsite energy usage, through engineering services and energy management software, as well as helping them achieve their carbon emissions goals.
Shell Energy provides business energy solutions and innovation across a portfolio of gas, electricity, environmental products and energy productivity solutions to commercial and industrial customers, helping them to thrive through the energy transition.
16 February 2021
In this quarter’s update, David Guiver, along with Andrew Hines, talk about the NSW power market and some of the volatility that we’ve seen over the quarter. They also discuss the gas market and in particular the LNG netback price and the Wallumbilla hub price and the relationship between those two price references. And take a look at the energy efficiency market and in particular the Victorian scheme.