Exxon's 'ambition' for net zero operational emissions
ExxonMobil has set an 'ambition' to reach net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from its own operations by 2050, months after a climate-themed investor revolt - but stopped short of setting plans to reduce emissions from use of its products.
Nest, UBS ditch oil and gas giants over carbon risks
Nest and UBS Asset Management have sold their shares in five energy companies, including Exxon Mobil.
Investor welcome for Shell exit from Cambo oil project
Oil supermajor Shell has backed out of investing in the Cambo oilfield project in Scotland in a move described as a "deathblow" for the controversial project...
Ceres: 'Troubling inconsistency' in corporate US climate policy approach
Some of the largest US companies have displayed "troubling inconsistency" by opposing climate action...
Final ExxonMobil shareholder vote count accentuates climate revolt woes
ExxonMobil acknowledged that another of the climate activist proposed board nominees it had opposed was elected by shareholders...
Green bond comment, June 2021: Are oil and gas firms still locked out of the sustainable bond market?
The labelled bond market needs to start helping dirty issuers finance the transition, argues Peter Cripps
Investors give ExxonMobil, Chevron bloody nose over climate policies
US oil supermajors ExxonMobil and Chevron faced a significant investor revolt over their climate policies after a number of shareholder resolutions received majority support at their annual general meetings.