Shell considers solar panels to power main refinery

British-Dutch Shell is already underway with installing solar panels on a series of production facilities in Asia and Europe. Now the oil major is considering whether its largest refinery should be powered by solar energy.
Photo: SØren Steffen / Nf-Nf / Ritzau Scanpix
Photo: SØren Steffen / Nf-Nf / Ritzau Scanpix

Shell's largest solely owned refinery, Bukom in Singapore, might soon be powered by on-site solar panels, the British-Dutch oil major tells Reuters in a brief statement.

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