In an attempt to overhaul its business, Royal Dutch Shell is stepping up to launch a drive to curtail around forty per cent of its expenses in gas and oil production. The company wants to capture the power and renewable energy market, going by the equation of time and requirement of growing transition to the clean form of energies.
It will save them around USD 4 billion, a target set by the company during the ongoing pandemic. The cost-cutting review is called Project Reshape, and it is slated to be accomplished this year.
The reduction of costs would allow Shell to take advantage of low margins in renewables and power sectors. Also, it will impact its three major divisions.