Shell's CEO shared this information during a recent call with analysts, outlining Shell's intentions to undertake an exploration well, an appraisal well, and a flow test at its offshore exploration licenses in Namibia.
The decision to sell these vessels aligns with the company's current restructuring agreement and the demands of its lenders. Notably, all three vessels are currently engaged in operations for Shell UK.
This initiative involves leveraging Schlumberger's subsurface solutions on AWS cloud infrastructure, utilizing the OSDU Data Platform standards to enhance the overall customer experience for business users.
Shell Plc's CEO, Wael Sawan, is set to meet with company employees later this month to discuss his clean energy strategy, amidst internal concerns about the decision to allocate a larger share of investments to fossil fuels.