Shell Malaysia has launched its first carbon neutral engine oils, made from natural gas which offers high engine performance and engine protection. The launch is in line with Shell’s ambition to become a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050.
The new Shell Helix carbon neutral engine oil will be under its super premium fully synthetic range – Helix Power and Protect. These engine oils are formulated with Shell PurePlus Technology, which is made from 99.5% pure base oil2 from natural gas, as well as trusted and recommended by Scuderia Ferrari.
For the launch, Shell Helix is also expanding its offerings with the introduction of 5W-40 viscosity grade under the Power variant, in order to meet the growing consumer demand. Shell Helix Power 5W-40 is specially designed for high power and performance vehicles, and it is suitable for a wide range of modern gasoline and diesel passenger cars. The engine oil is now available at participating Shell branded and independent workshops, where the recommended retail price for this four-litre pack in Peninsular Malaysia is RM 280, while in East Malaysia is RM 280.80.
To commemorate the launch, consumers will also get an exclusive Shell Helix Bamboo Bluetooth Speaker with every purchase of Shell Helix Power 0W-40, Shell Helix Power 5W-40, or Shell Helix Protect 0W-30 four-litre pack at any participating outlets, while stocks last. As a measure to ensure the products are genuine before purchasing, it is highly encouraged that our customers look out for the “Untuk Pasaran Malaysia” logo on the front label of the bottle.
1The CO2e emissions of the lifecycle of this product have been compensated for with verified carbon credits. CO2 compensation is not a substitute for switching to lower emission energy solutions or reducing the use of fossil fuels. Carbon credits are purchased and retired to compensate the calculated lifecycle CO2e emissions of the product. Although these carbon credits have been generated in accordance with international carbon standards, the compensation may not be exact.
2 Based on paraffinic hydrocarbon content in the base oil using PurePlus Technology
3 Based on lab and/or field trial results4 Based on ACEA M111 fuel economy results compared with the industry reference oil