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  • March 18 - 22, 2024
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Carlos Augusto Maurer


Executive Vice President, Sectors & Decarbonisation

Carlos Maurer leads Shell’s global businesses that provide energy and decarbonisation solutions to customers with operations across aviation, shipping, commercial road transport, agriculture, forestry, construction and mining. As a core part of Shell’s strategy to achieve net-zero emissions, his teams work with customers beyond the standard range of energy products to bring solutions that work across a company’s value chain, helping them to identify decarbonisation strategies, power their business and reduce their emissions. Carlos also has oversight of Shell’s Low Carbon Fuel business; Raízen, our Brazilian joint venture with its strong biofuels offer; and Shell’s Customer Operations team, which works to ensure that no matter where the solutions come from in Shell, our customers’ experience is seamless. Previously, Carlos was the Executive Vice President for Global Commercial, based in Singapore, with oversight of Shell’s business-to-business organisations serving Lubricants, Aviation, Bitumen and Sulphur customers in more than 150 markets. Carlos joined Shell in 1997 in New Business Development at the Deer Park Refining Limited Partnership. Carlos gained strategy, marketing and general management experience in the Shell group commercial businesses (including Lubricants, Bitumen and Sulphur), Downstream and Upstream operations, and Joint Ventures. He has led regional and global businesses and has been based in the United States, the Netherlands, France, the United Kingdom and Singapore. Carlos has extensive experience managing joint ventures, serving as Director and Shell shareholder representative for ventures in the United States, Europe, Middle East and China.

Sessions With Carlos Augusto Maurer

Tuesday, 7 March

  • 07:15am - 08:20am (CST) / 07/mar/2023 01:15 pm - 07/mar/2023 02:20 pm

    Spotlight | Future Fuel Mix in Transportation: Molecules and electrons

    Breakfast Transportation & Mobility/Electrification (EVs/built environment)
    As efforts to decarbonize transportation intensify, a wide range of less carbon-intensive fuels and technologies are emerging. Green electrons appear to have drawn first blood as electric vehicle adoption takes off in several key markets. But green molecules are fighting back, and gaining a foothold in trucking, shipping and aviation. What is the outlook for green electrons and green molecules across the transportation space?