Shell sedang berbincang dengan Saudi Aramco tentang menjual perniagaan stesen minyaknya di Malaysia, satu langkah yang boleh mengubah keadaan stesen minyak di sini. Perjanjian itu, dianggarkan bernilai sehingga $1 bilion (RM4.74 bilion), dikatakan berada di peringkat akhir, menurut sumber industri.

Shell, yang memiliki kira-kira 950 stesen minyak di Malaysia, menjadikannya rangkaian kedua terbesar selepas Petronas, tidak mengulas mengenai perbincangan itu, tetapi orang dalam berkata Malaysia penting kepada Shell.

Perbincangan bermula pada akhir 2023 dan dijangka membawa kepada perjanjian dalam beberapa bulan akan datang dengan anggaran antara RM4 bilion hingga RM5 bilion.

Selain stesen minyak, Shell juga terlibat dalam penjualan minyak pelincir industri, pengeluaran minyak dan gas luar pesisir, dan usaha niaga gas asli cecair di Malaysia.


In a move that could reshape Malaysia’s petrol station landscape, Shell is reportedly in discussions with Saudi Arabia’s state-owned Saudi Aramco regarding the potential sale of its petrol station business in the country. The deal, estimated to be worth as much as US$1 billion (RM4.74 billion), is said to be in advanced stages, according to industry insiders familiar with the matter.

While both Shell and Saudi Aramco have declined to comment on the ongoing talks, sources highlight the significance of Malaysia to Shell, where it owns approximately 950 petrol stations, making it the second-largest network in the country after Petronas.

The discussions, which reportedly began in late 2023, are expected to result in a finalised deal in the coming months, with estimated deal sizes ranging from RM4 billion to RM5 billion.


Syarikat tenaga Shell telah mendedahkan rancangan untuk menukar strategi tenaganya dengan menjual beberapa stesen minyaknya dan melabur lebih banyak dalam stesen pengecasan kenderaan elektrik (EV).

Dalam laporan Strategi Peralihan Tenaga 2024, Shell berkata ia mahu memberi lebih tumpuan kepada penyelesaian tenaga rendah karbon. Untuk melakukan ini, ia akan menjual kira-kira 500 stesen minyaknya setiap tahun pada 2024 dan 2025, yang berjumlah pengurangan 2.1% dalam rangkaian stesen minyaknya. Sebaliknya, Shell akan mengembangkan infrastruktur pengecasan EVnya untuk memenuhi keperluan pelanggan yang beralih kepada kereta elektrik.

Shell merancang untuk melabur lebih banyak dalam pusat pengecasan EV awam, terutamanya di tempat seperti China dan Eropah yang terdapat banyak kereta elektrik dan permintaan tinggi untuk stesen pengecasan. Syarikat itu menyasarkan untuk meningkatkan bilangan mata caj daripada 54,000 kepada 200,000 menjelang 2030.

Shell percaya stesen pengecas awam adalah penting kerana ramai orang tidak mempunyai pilihan untuk mengecas kereta elektrik mereka di rumah. Walaupun pengecasan rumah adalah perkara biasa di beberapa tempat seperti Amerika Utara, Shell melihat peluang besar dalam mengembangkan rangkaian pengecasan awam untuk menyokong peningkatan bilangan kereta elektrik.


Energy giant Shell has announced a significant shift in its energy transition strategy, revealing plans to divest some of its retail locations, including gasoline stations, in favour of expanding its electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.

In its 2024 Energy Transition Strategy report, Shell outlined its intention to upgrade its retail network by expanding electric vehicle charging and convenience offerings to meet evolving customer needs. The company aims to divest approximately 500 Shell-owned sites annually in 2024 and 2025, totalling a 2.1% reduction in its retail footprint. This move comes as part of Shell’s broader strategy to focus more on low-carbon energy solutions.

To support its expansion into the EV charging market, Shell intends to invest more in public charging infrastructure, particularly in regions like China and Europe, where the EV market is more developed and demand for public charging stations is high. Shell aims to increase the number of charge points from the current 54,000 to 200,000 by 2030.


Shell Malaysia mengumumkan perasmian Shell Cafe hari ini, menawarkan pengalaman gastronomi unik yang berbaloi untuk para pengguna. Nikmati kopi istimewa yang dihasilkan segar dengan pelbagai pilihan makanan menarik yang menyelerakan. Ini merupakan satu lagi pencapaian penting untuk Shell dengan komitmen untuk menawarkan pengalaman yang terbaik untuk setiap pelanggan.

Menjanjikan keutamaan pelanggan dengan pengalaman yang menyeluruh, Shell Café turut menyediakan ruang yang selesa untuk pelanggan beristirehat sebelum meneruskan perjalanan mereka selain daripada menawarkan makanan dan minuman yang segar dan menyelerakan, dalam usaha menjadikan ia sebagai destinasi pilihan ramai.

Tampil dengan keunikannya yang tersendiri, campuran kopi di Shell Cafe terdiri daripada gabungan biji kopi Arabica dan Liberica, yang diperoleh dan dihasilkan di Malaysia. Biji kopi Liberica yang hanya merangkumi kurang daripada 2% dari pengeluaran kopi dunia ini amat jarang dihasilkan. Ini menjadikan kopi ini lebih unik dengan rasa yang tersendiri, memastikan setiap cawan kopi Shell Café berbaloi untuk dinikmati.


Shell Malaysia announces the official inauguration of Shell Café, introducing an immersive aromatic journey for consumers. Savour its signature farm-to-cup coffees and indulge in an extended, tempting array of delectable food options. This marks a significant milestone in Shell’s commitment to providing a rewarding experience for their customers.

Positioned as the preferred destination, Shell Café promises an integrated and customer-centric experience, offering not only fresh and appealing food and beverages but also a welcoming space for patrons to fulfil their refuelling requirements seamlessly while on the move.

Setting Shell Cafe apart is its unique coffee blend made from Arabica and Liberica beans, sourced and crafted in Malaysia. The rare Liberica beans, comprising less than 2% of global coffee production, promise a distinctive flavour, ensuring every cup of Shell Café coffee is worth stopping for.


Shell Malaysia Trading Sdn. Bhd. marked a significant milestone by launching the pilot test of the first pair of Scania road tankers, operated by Konsortium Port Dickson Sdn Bhd (KPD), designed to operate using B100 Biodiesel.

In collaboration with Scania and Konsortium Port Dickson Sdn Bhd (KPD), Shell Malaysia aims to pilot test these road tankers as part of an initiative to reduce carbon emissions. Supported by the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) and the Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities (MPIC), the venture aligns with efforts to drive sustainability in the transportation sector.

One of the highlights is the significance of renewable fuels in lowering carbon emissions from vehicles with internal combustion engines, providing an alternative pathway for companies to achieve their Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) goals. Scania has been a pioneer in preparing its vehicles for biodiesel use, and since 2019, all Scania diesel vehicles sold in Malaysia are FAME-prepared up to B100.


In partnership with The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia, Shell Malaysia has introduced an exclusive line of remote-control cars. Combining the innovation linked to Shell V-Power with the iconic appeal of beloved Star Wars characters, this collection marks the creation of the world’s inaugural Star Wars Racers Collection, set to ignite fervour among fans and auto enthusiasts alike.

Inspired by the eternal battle of light and dark, this limited-edition collection comprises six remote-control car designs, featuring renowned Star Wars characters:

  • Darth Vader Racer
  • Stormtrooper Racer
  • Darth Maul Racer
  • The Mandalorian Racer
  • Boba Fett Racer
  • BB-8 Racer

Shell Malaysia, through its business mobility division, Shell Fleet Solutions, has launched its Accelerate to Zero (A2Z) Programme in Malaysia. The A2Z programme aims to assist fleet owners in optimising their operations, achieving sustainability goals, and navigating challenges such as supply chain disruptions, driver shortages, and the pressure to decarbonise.

The A2Z programme includes various integrated solutions:

  1. Shell Card: A revamped Shell Card acts as the key to unlock all the solutions, enabling integration for a fleet’s day-to-day mobility expenses, including fuel, telematics, lubricants, and electric vehicle (EV) charging through the Shell network.
  2. Shell Recharge: Shell’s EV charging ecosystem offers corporate fleets a comprehensive package of hardware, software services, and support solutions to meet specific EV infrastructure requirements. Customers can access Shell’s expanding network of charging points.
  3. Shell Telematics: This solution combines integrated Shell Card data, ‘live’ vehicle tracking, vehicle performance monitoring, and more to provide corporate fleets with critical data and business intelligence to help them achieve greater sustainability.
  4. Carbon Compensation: Fleet owners can opt to compensate for the carbon emissions from their fuel purchases through carbon credits generated by Shell projects.

The debate has been raging for years now – which petrol actually takes you further? Some swear by Shell, other say it is BHPetrol or Petronas.

But there has never been a real world test conducted – till now.

The team at PISTON took it upon ourselves to finally put an end to the debate.

The contenders – Petronas, Shell and BHPetrol – were chosen as they are some of the most widely available fuel providers around the Klang Valley and Peninsular Malaysia.

The cars we chose for this comparison are three Honda City RS e:HEV, or otherwise known as the Honda City Hybrid.

Why did we choose the City Hybrid? Well, the objective of the comparison was to see which fuel gives us the most mileage over the most diverse terrain we could find.

We wanted to drive through heavy traffic, uphill and downhill, through highways and back roads. And because the City Hybrid is impressively frugal, we were confident that we would not need to refuel despite driving close to 500km’s in a day.

And we were right, the Honda City proved to be the perfect companion as it offered impressive comfort and features like Apple Carplay and Android Auto to keep us entertained throughout the long, tiring drive.

We would like to extend a special thanks to Honda Malaysia for loaning us the three Honda City’s.

We also took as much care as possible to eliminate all possible variables. First we extended a request to Honda Malaysia to service all three cars with new lubricants to which they generously obliged (thank you Honda!). This was to ensure that the engines of the three cars were working equally as hard and there was not one working harder than the other.

Secondly, we ensured that the tyres of all three cars had the same pressure. This was to ensure equal rolling resistance. Low tyre pressure results in higher rolling resistance which in turn increases fuel consumption. So it was essential to ensure the tyre pressure of all three cars were the same!

And we also ensured all three cars had a lone driver. Vehicle load also increases fuel consumption, and because all three drivers were roundish around the sides, weight was about the same as well.

And finally, we took special care to ensure that residual fuel was minimised. We did not want fuel brands mixing up with one another. So we were sure to empty out the tanks as much as possible (by driving instead of draining) and then refuelling with the competing fuel.

So with this, we hit the road from Kayu Ara towards the Damansara toll. Our journey took us east towards Raub via the Karak Highway, and then off the highway towards Sungai Koyan. From there we headed West towards Cameron Highlands, and then north via the old Tapah road. From there, we hit the highway heading south and ended at the Jejantas Sungai Buloh.

And the winner? Well, that’s in the video below:


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