Shell sells a 10 percent stake in the Norwegian gas processing facility Nyhamna to North Sea Infrastructure. No financial details are known about the deal.

According to Shell, ownership of infrastructure is not a strategic priority. The group does, however, retain a 2 percent interest in order to remain an active partner in decisions. The Nyhamna plant is a large and important natural gas processing plant in Aukra, on the coast of Norway. The facility processes natural gas from the large Ormen Lange gas field in the Norwegian Sea.

In addition, Japanese business newspaper Nikkei reported that Shell has entered the Japanese market for the supply of electricity to companies. The company would consider taking the step to power supply for homes. Sustainable energy sources are being looked at, according to reports.

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