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  • TotalEnergies pauses SLB plans amid weak market development

    19 April 2024

    French oil supermajor TotalEnergies told Environmental Finance it has paused plans to only issue sustainability-linked bonds (SLBs) after the market for the performance-based instrument did not "develop as anticipated" - especially in the US.

  • Hy24 backs hydrogen rental taxi business with €200m

    10 April 2024
  • Oil and gas giants' climate opacity keeps investors in the dark, CA100+ assessments show

    27 March 2024

    The poor quality of climate disclosures by the 10 largest oil and gas companies globally is keeping investors in the dark and hindering their engagement efforts, analysis for the Climate Action 100+ initiative suggests.

  • €1.1trn investor coalition calls on TotalEnergies to cut Scope 3 emissions

    06 April 2023

    A coalition of 17 investors, which represent around €1.1 trillion ($1.2 trillion) in assets under management, has urged TotalEnergies to align its Scope 3 emissions reductions targets with the Paris Agreement.

  • Bond investors 'now pricing in' oil and gas firm climate strategies

    27 March 2023

    Fixed income investors have increasingly been pricing in the climate strategies of oil and gas firms following the energy crisis sparked by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, according to ABN Amro.

  • Sustainability standards will transform investor relations

    20 October 2022

    Having a set of sustainability standards will facilitate corporates' relations with their investors and focus discussion on qualitative aspects rather than data issues...

  • Total hit by shareholder resolution - again

    13 April 2022

    A group of 11 investors have filed a shareholder resolution at TotalEnergies ahead of its AGM on 25 May, urging the French oil supermajor to set and publish targets that are consistent with the Paris Climate Agreement.

  • EACOP must stop!

    06 April 2022

    How is it possible that a project like the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) could be under serious consideration in 2022, asks Michael Northrop

  • Nestlé dropped from DJSI 'after reporting review'

    17 November 2021

    Nestlé has blamed its removal from the S&P Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) on a review of its sustainability reporting.

  • Oil majors to pilot net zero model that pits winding-down as 'legitimate' strategy

    15 September 2021

    BP, Eni, Repsol, Shell and Total are the first oil companies to agree to pilot an investor-led standard that is designed to improve comparability of transition plans, and "acknowledges winding-down as a legitimate strategy".