Royal Dutch Shell aims to expand marketing operations in Asia and wants 20 per cent of sales from its fuel stations worldwide to come from recharging electric vehicles and low carbon fuels by 2025, as the world shifts away from crude.
The Anglo-Dutch firm, with 43,000 fuel stations in 80 countries, aims to expand in China and India, as well as Mexico, where it sees fossil fuel growth in the next decade, John Abbott, the head of refining, trading and marketing, told Reuters.
But he said Shell remained focused on a future of where demand for alternatives to petrol and diesel cars would rise. Read More…
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