SINGAPORE (Nov 27): Royal Dutch Shell is scouring Asia for digital start-ups to support its clean energy unit. The world’s second-largest publicly traded oil company started a New Energies business last year as global use of renewable energy sources grows. Shell expects the unit to invest US$1 billion ($1.35 billion) in low-carbon projects such as hydrogen, solar, biofuels and wind over the next three years.

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