Shell Will Realize an Emission-Free World

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Wednesday, August 15 2018 - 18:00 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT Shell Indonesia holds a forum that introduces Sky scenarios to realize an emission-free world in 2070 referring to the Paris Agreement (Paris Agreement).

"Through our Forum Shell Scenario want to present a variety of critical thinking to achieve a low-carbon world," said President Director and Country Chairman of Shell Indonesia, Darwin Silalahi in Jakarta, Tuesday (14/08/2018)

Darwin said, Shell has always been a pioneer in developing the scenarios used to explore the future and deepen the strategic thinking for nearly 50 years to achieve this goal Paris.Kegiatan agreement, obviously Darwin, attended by stakeholders, government, business partners, customers, Shell media leaders and senior employees.

"Efforts to achieve low emissions will likely occur if we can build mutual understanding and action between the public-private sectors, and collaborate across sectors," he said.

While Shell's Chief Political Analyst Scenario Tea, Cho-Oon Khong told Antara said the Sky is a scenario that is believed to achieve CO2 emissions to zero by 2070.

According to Cho Khong, from now until 2070, the electrification rate of energy will reach more than three-fold, with a number of global electricity generation reached nearly five times higher than at this time electrification will reach 50 percent of total energy consumption at the end of 2070.

He added, Sky also predicts, half of the total global car sales will be dominated by electric vehicles in early 2030, and this will continue until 2050 where all the cars in the world have used electricity.

In 2050, a variety of new energy sources will also grow up to 50 times with the availability of primary energy from renewable energy.

But Cho also said that Sky's scenario cannot guarantee the achievement of the Paris Agreement without the synergy between the community, the market and the government.

"This scenario shows that various important changes will be achieved through different steps in different locations," Cho said.

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