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Key Benefits

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    End-to-end solutions

    From gear oils to blade bearing greases, we are committed to working with customers on specific lubricant applications to meet the needs of each individual wind site.

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    Carbon neutral lubricants¹

    Our full portfolio of wind turbine lubricants is now carbon neutral, helping you meet your business’ sustainability goals without sacrificing operational performance.

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    A strategic partner in wind

    We operate across the power value chain: from generating electricity, to storing it, and distributing to customers to power their businesses. Supported by a team with more than 20 years of experience in onshore and offshore wind development.

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    The #1 lubricants supplier globally

    For 15 consecutive years, Shell has been the leading global supplier of finished lubricants, according to Kline & Company’s market analysis and assessment.

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Wind Power

Shell Lubricant Solutions for Wind

Whether you’re a wind turbine manufacturer, owner or operator, find the solution to your operational needs with our complete portfolio of carbon neutral lubricants1 and expert services.

Meet the experts

Get acquainted with the Shell experts who will be attending WindEurope Electric City 2021.

1"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, and end-of-life of the product has been avoided as emissions through the protection of natural ecosystems or removed from the atmosphere through a natural ecosystem or removed from the atmosphere through a nature-based process. CO₂e (CO₂ equivalent) refers to CO₂, methane, and nitrogen oxides.