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Shell focuses energy on green fuels, car charging

It expects an accelerating transition to clean energy over the coming decade as demand picks up 

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Shell and its rivals, including BP, say that demand for oil could stop growing as early as the 2030s as the use of electric vehicles expands and more renewable sources of energy are used.

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ROYAL Dutch Shell wants 20 per cent of income from its retail forecourts to come from vehicles that don't burn diesel or petrol, as the company anticipates an accelerating transition to clean energy over the coming decade. 

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