Wind turbines

Lubricants for Wind Power

Powering progress with more and cleaner energy solutions.



1. Warranty conditions apply.

2. Based on industry standard corrosion testing.

3. Based on ASTM D2893 testing.

4. Shell Omala S5 Wind 320 gear oil was tested for 50,000 cycles in a Hydac multi-pass test-rig using 3µm filter material and retained anti-foam performance, longer than every competitor oil, which all failed after 5,000 cycles.

5. “Carbon neutral” indicates that Shell has engaged in a transaction where an amount of CO₂ equivalent to the CO₂e amount associated with the raw material extraction, transport, production, distribution, usage and end-of-life of the Lubricants has been avoided as emissions through the protection of natural ecosystems or removed from the atmosphere through a nature-based process. CO₂e (CO₂ equivalent) refers to CO₂, CH₄, N₂O.


Shell Omala

The main gearbox is central to a wind turbine’s performance. Discover how Shell gear oils can protect the main gearbox in addition to yaw and pitch gearboxes.

Shell Gadus

Protect your blade bearings, main bearing, and open gear systems with our specially designed, high-performing wind turbine greases.

Shell Tellus

From brake controls to rotation settings, hydraulic systems help regulate a wind turbine’s movement. Shell Tellus can help improve your hydraulic system efficiency.

More in Shell Lubricants Solutions

Shell Lubricants Services

Explore the insights, innovation and collaboration that have helped inform our suite of lubricant services, and see how they can help move your business forward.

Shell Lubricant Applications

Explore the range of Shell Lubricant products that help maximise equipment efficiency, prolong vehicle life and reduce downtime.

Our Perspectives Content Hub

The world is changing, and new ways of thinking and working are needed to enable businesses to transform and decarbonise. Our ‘Perspectives’ content hub shares insights and ideas to help business leaders realise the potential of their people and organisation.

WindEurope CEO on why he’s projecting a bright forecast for the future of wind energy

Giles Dickson explains how the sector’s growth is being accelerated by digitalisation, and why this can have a direct impact on companies’ decarbonisation efforts.