A shareholder activist group has claimed a ‘big win’ after an increase in the number of investor votes urging Shell to meet its climate targets.
A Dutch shareholder activist has accused some oil and gas majors of talking the talk but not walking the walk on shifting to cleaner investments.
Energy giant Shell has revealed its ambition to transform into a “net-zero emissions business” by 2050, at the latest.
Oil and gas giant BP is set to work with a shareholder activist group towards a climate resolution, it announced today.
Equinor's newly announced decarbonisation plans are "misleading, yet promising", according to the leader of a oil and gas shareholder activist group.
The Dutch activist fund that has filed shareholder resolutions pressuring major oil companies in Europe to take action on climate change has set its sights on the U.S.
As people around the world gathered for the largest climate protest in history last month, the audience at an event in Stavanger was told there can’t be a “rational conversation on global warming before we’ve stopped screaming”.
Energy giant BP has said it is “disappointed and dismayed” that the Royal Shakespeare Company has decided to end its deal to sponsor it.
If you’ve attended or watched annual general meetings (AGMs) held by oil majors in the last few years, you might recognise Mark van Baal.
A prominent Dutch climate change activist accused BP of “ignoring the elephant in the room” at its annual general meeting in Aberdeen yesterday.
Anglo-Dutch energy giant Shell said today that it would call for the removal of a resolution on climate change at its annual general meeting.
Oil giant BP has urged its shareholders to vote down a climate resolution due to be proposed by the activist investor group Follow This at its Aberdeen AGM in May.
An activist shareholder that filed resolutions for three years pressuring Royal Dutch Shell Plc to do more on climate change said it will withdraw the filing for 2019.
Oil super major Shell is "ahead of the curve" on facing up to climate change responsibilities, its boss said yesterday.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Total SA are the only companies among the 10 biggest oil and gas producers in the world which disclose how their carbon emissions will decline over time, according to the first analysis of its kind by managers overseeing more than $9 trillion of funds.
Seven out of eight of the Netherland's largest insurance companies snubbed Shell's climate ambition by abstaining or voting with a fringe group's resolution.