Study shows "very worrisome" climate disinformation from oil giants

Neither Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Shell, BP nor TotalEnergies convey truth about company operations. This entails real danger, says think tank in a new report.

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On BP’s website, clicking the ”who we are” section shows text describing the company’s purpose as ”reimagining energy” on behalf of humanity and the planet, helping the world toward net-zero emissions –improving lives.

Only at the very bottom of the page are the words ’oil’ and ’gas’ featured – not doing much to clearly state that the business in question is a global oil and gas supermajor.

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