The Shell Oil Company funds conservation in the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska | Credit: Jonny Armstrong
  • Shell Oil Company
    The Shell Marine & Wildlife Habitat Program is a partnership between Shell Oil Company (Shell) and NFWF that supports conservation of priority habitats and species in the communities where Shell lives and operates. Since 1998, the partnership has funded over 270 projects, supporting the protection, restoration, and management of over 155,000 acres of habitat, as well as the improved monitoring and management of key species in coastal ecosystems.
     
    In addition, Shell supports the Killer Whale Research and Conservation Program, which funds efforts to advance the knowledge and conservation of wild populations of killer whales with a primary focus on activities that aid in the recovery of the southern resident killer whale Distinct Population Segment and the Northern Pacific Resident population. Shell also supports the Bats for the Future Fund, which provides grant funding for existing and novel treatments for white-nose syndrome, a disease that has killed more than 6 million bats over the past decade.