Press Release: Big Oil Reality Check: Oil and Gas Companies Failing on Climate

May 21, 2024By Al Johnson-KurtsPress Releases No Comments

Oil Change International released our Big Oil Reality Check report in collaboration with over 200 organizations worldwide. The report assesses the climate pledges and plans of eight international oil and gas companies – Chevron, ExxonMobil, Shell, TotalEnergies, BP, Eni, Equinor, and ConocoPhillips – against 10 criteria representing the bare minimum for aligning with the Paris Agreement to limit global heating below 1.5°C. 

Virtual Press Conference: Big Oil Reality Check Report Reveals Oil Majors’ Failure to Align with Paris Agreement Goals

May 16, 2024By Al Johnson-KurtsPress Releases No Comments

Oil Change International, in collaboration with over 200 organizations worldwide, is releasing the Big Oil Reality Check report with a virtual press conference on May 21, 2024. The report assesses the climate pledges and plans of eight international oil and gas companies – Chevron, ExxonMobil, Shell, TotalEnergies, BP, Eni, Equinor, and ConocoPhillips – against 10 criteria representing the bare minimum for aligning with the Paris Agreement to limit global heating below 1.5°C.

Greenwashing at CERAWeek2024 is meaningless without ambitious action to end fossil fuels

March 18, 2024By Al Johnson-KurtsPress Releases

Climate and social movements have forced oil and gas companies to acknowledge that fossil fuels are dirty and dangerous. At the industry’s biggest event of the year – CERAWeek 2024 – Big Oil and their government enablers will try to fool the world into believing they have solutions for a livable planet when, in reality, they’re trying to suck every last ounce of profit out of their dirty business.

Press Release: World Energy Outlook 2023

October 24, 2023By Al Johnson-KurtsPress Releases

Paris, France – Today, the International Energy Agency’s flagship report, the World Energy Outlook (WEO), reaffirms that world leaders must not develop new oil, gas, or coal beyond existing fields, and must close some existing fields and infrastructure early, to remain within the internationally agreed upon temperature limit. The WEO’s findings reinforce urgent calls for … Read More