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Downstream oil in brief: is Shell and Total's EV charging strategy streetwise?

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19 February 2021

Downstream oil in brief: is Shell and Total's EV charging strategy streetwise?

Report summary

The greatest demand for public EV charge points will be in urban areas where there is a high density of housing stock. In such locations, providing competitively priced on-street charging in residential areas will be crucial to EV adoption and the role of the majors in the energy transition. Hence, the latest move by oil majors Shell and Total which has seen them acquire providers of on-street EV charging infrastructure appears to be a strategic move.

Table of contents

  • How do these EV charging companies operate?
  • Why is the on-street ‘around town’ model most attractive?
  • What type of charging is on offer and at what cost?
  • Conclusion
  • Refining margins recover on the back of strengthening gasoline cracks
  • Marketing margins strengthen slightly for both gasoline and diesel

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This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • NWE refining margins
  • NWE gasoline/gas oil crack spreads
  • MED refining margins
  • MED gasoline/gas oil crack spreads
  • Main products: monthly unit gross margins

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