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Big Oil’s carbon split on display in Houston

Ben Geman of Axios reports on big oil’s carbon reduction efforts.

The C3 Take
  • This week at CeraWeek, which is the world’s premier energy conference in Houston, energy leaders have touted how their companies are embracing responsible environmental practices.
  •  ExxonMobil has begun to invest heavily in carbon capture and hydrogen, while French-based TotalEnergie has expanded its renewable energy and battery storage portfolio.
  • The world will need corporate leadership from energy leaders to reach climate goals.

“‘We are a company that has a real long history in frankly, manipulating hydrocarbon molecules to make products that the world needs,’ Woods said at the CERAWeek by S&P Global conference.”

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