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Will BP Finally Succeed at Moving Beyond Petroleum? To Survive, It Must.

, Senior Energy Analyst

I sat down with Jigar Shah, founder of SunEdison — the “Kanye West of Solar” — to discuss what the future holds for BP and other major oil and gas companies that are looking to transition from being an O&G company into an energy company of the future. Read more >

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BP plans to unveil further details of the company’s climate strategy at a virtual investor meeting next Monday September 14th. Steven Pisano/Wikimedia

Is BP Finally Committing to Ambitious Climate Action–or About to Fool Us Twice? Five Things to Look For in Its Climate Strategy

, director of science & policy

BP plans to unveil further details of the company’s climate strategy at a virtual investor meeting next Monday September 14th. The company’s history of false-starts on climate action and misleading clean energy advertising provides plenty of fodder for justified skepticism. So, how shall we assess their climate claims this time around? Read more >

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An Unusual Annual Meeting Season Saw Investors Ratchet Up Climate Pressure on ExxonMobil and Chevron

, Corporate Analyst and Engagement Specialist

Earlier this year, we promised to watch fossil fuel companies’ statements and actions carefully over the annual general meeting season. A diverse array of climate-related issues were again on company agendas at this year’s annual meetings. The recent shift from financial institutions, even if small, speaks to climate activism’s influence, but if climate activism has taught us anything, it’s that words without actions do not and cannot count as progress to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. Read more >

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BP, Chevron, and ExxonMobil Have a Lot to Answer for on Climate at their Annual Meetings

, climate accountability campaign director

We’ve decided to put out our questions for the leaders of fossil fuel companies ahead of their virtual annual shareholder meetings—so that journalists, advocates, and activists can amplify and follow up. Read more >

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Even With Negative Oil Prices and COVID-19 Global Standstill, ExxonMobil, Chevron Must Still Commit to Net Zero Emissions

, Corporate Analyst and Engagement Specialist

You may have seen a number of headlines recently and scratched your head, wondering how something as ubiquitous as oil could cost a negative amount of money. Is the fossil fuel industry experiencing a momentary COVID-19 blip, or is the industry in bigger trouble? There’s a lot going on, so this is my attempt to break it down. Read more >

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