Taking to the skies with cleaner fuel

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Shell Aviation is one of the few companies that has been a part of the aircraft industry for over 100 years.
It has helped to drive progress through collaboration with some of aviation’s greatest visionaries, including supporting Louis Bleriot on his pioneering flight across the English Channel in 1909 and assisting Frank Whittle as he developed the jet engine.
With one of the most extensive refuelling networks in the world, Shell Aviation supplies fuel, lubricants, and sustainable solutions in more than 60 countries. In April 2020, Shell updated investors on its ambition to become a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050 or sooner.
The company aims to reduce the net carbon footprint of the energy products it sells to its customers by around 100% by 2050 and by 20% by 2030. Shell Aviation’s carbon management strategy aims to help customers decarbonise by avoiding emissions on the ground, reducing emissions principally through the use of SAF, and offsetting emissions through the use of carbon credits, specifically nature-based solutions.
Shell Aviation plays many different roles in this strategy; a fuel supplier (renewable and conventional),...

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