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We’re going to need a bigger planet

The oil company Shell would need to use 28.6m hectares (70.7m acres) of land – an area roughly the size of Italy – to offset 35% of its emissions by 2050 using such techniques…

The Guardian

We’re going to need a bigger planet: the problem with fixing the climate with trees

Maanvi Singh: Sat 13 Nov 2021 06.00 GMT

As the United Nations Cop26 climate conference in Glasgow winds down, many world leaders and corporate boards are embracing an increasingly popular idea to solve climate change: trees. read more

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Governments and Big Oil were first. The next wave of climate lawsuits will target banks and boards

CNBC

Governments and Big Oil were first. The next wave of climate lawsuits will target banks and boards

Sam [email protected] :PUBLISHED THU, NOV 11 20212:26 AM EST

GLASGOW, Scotland — Financial institutions and individual board members could be the next targets of climate litigation cases, according to the campaigners who helped to secure a landmark courtroom victory against oil giant Royal Dutch Shell.

It comes at a time when countries are scrambling to reach consensus in the final days of the COP26 climate summit. Negotiators from 197 countries are taking part in discussions with the goal of keeping the all-important global target of 1.5 degrees Celsius alive. read more

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BP and Shell: Big Oil risks big embarrassment as profits roll in during COP26

London Evening Standard

BP and Shell: Big Oil risks big embarrassment as profits roll in during COP26

By Lucy Tobin World leaders this week gathered in Glasgow to discuss tackling climate change, which is driven in part by fossil fuel emissions. At the same time super majors like BP and Shell have announced billions in profits thanks to surging oil prices.

The timing was impeccable: as 30,000 COP26 delegates listened to UN Secretary-General António Guterres warn that “our addiction to fossil fuels is pushing humanity to the brink… either we stop it — or it stops us,” BP hurled billions of dollars at its investors via its third-quarter results.

The oil major pledged to return another $2.25 billion via buybacks and dividends this week thanks to Brent oil trading at $85 dollars a barrel, its highest since 2014. Boss Bernard Looney admitted BP was “a cash machine at these types of prices.” read more

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Oil giant Shell says it needs oil to pay for green shift

BBC NEWS

Oil giant Shell says it needs oil to pay for green shift

By Simon Jack Business editor: 4 Nov 2021

The boss of oil giant Shell has insisted it can transition to net zero by 2050, but it will need the cash from its oil and gas business to pay for it.

Ben van Beurden dismissed splitting its legacy oil and gas business from its renewables investment, a move urged by activist shareholder Third Point.

Talking exclusively to the BBC, he said the company’s plans for greener energy could only be funded by oil and gas. read more

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Shell launches $1.4B fund to back companies in energy transition

Shell launches $1.4B fund to back companies in energy transition

Royal Dutch Shell, the Hague-based oil major, on Wednesday said it has set up a $1.4 billion fund to support innovative companies working to accelerate energy transition.

The fund, dedicated to start-up and scale-up companies over the next six years, is part of the oil giant’s efforts to reach a net-zero target. Those efforts also include investments in renewable energy, storage and utilization, mobility, transportation and logistics, circular economy, and nature-based solutions, the company said. read more

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Concentrated attack on shellnazihistory.com website

By John  Donovan

A concentrated anonymous effort is underway to kill or hack our shellnazihistory.com website.

There is clearly malicious intent. 

According to Jetpack Monitoring, a bombardment of almost 50,000 *total blocked brute force attacks were made on the website Shell Nazi History .com in the last month. See Jetpack screenshot below.

We can only speculate on who might have the motive and any prior form to take such sinister action against a non-commercial entirely free to use highly informative website? The site includes undisputed evidence from Shell’s own files, that Shell’s support for the Nazis resulted in the deaths of Shell employees. read more

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Pressure to go green will trigger more corporate splits

The Telegraph

Pressure to go green will trigger more corporate splits

There is a logic to breaking up traditional business into green and legacy units

The demand by the activist hedge fund manager Daniel Loeb that the oil giant Shell split itself into its fossil fuel and green energy units this week certainly came with plenty of grandiose promises. Loeb, and his Third Point fund, want to save the planet, and make themselves a bundle of money at the same time. Smart. read more

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Can a ‘toxic’ business (Shell) really turn from sinner to saint?

FROM A MAJOR ARTICLE ON TWO-THIRDS OF PAGE 8 OF THE SUNDAY TIMES BUSINESS SECTION OCT 31, 2021

How should Shell, Glencore and British American Tobacco deal with their “toxic” legacy businesses?

Robert Watts: Sunday October 31 2021, 12.01am, The Sunday Times

Ben Van Beurden knew last weekend that he was facing one of the more trying weeks of his 38 years at Shell. But he still had no clue of the impending ambush being prepared by an American billionaire activist investor.

Shell’s chief executive knew the quarterly figures for the oil and gas giant he would unveil on Thursday would be bad. Profits between July and September came in at $4.1 billion (£3 billion) — well below the $5.4 billion expected and 25 per cent down on the previous quarter. read more

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Third Point set to play long game in pressuring Shell

REUTERS

Third Point set to play long game in pressuring Shell

By  Oct 29 (Reuters) – When investors saw Daniel Loeb’s Third Point LLC unveil a stake in Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L), some were quick to make the comparison to Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM.N), whose board was challenged this year by another hedge fund, Engine No. 1.

Yet Third Point plans to follow a different tack, according to people familiar with its plans. It has not put forward any board nominees or threatened the chief executive’s job and there are no immediate plans to do so, the sources said.

Instead, the $19 billion fund outlined its suggestions to Shell in a letter to its own investors, making for a low-key introduction of its hopes for the $190 billion oil company.

Third Point’s founder, billionaire investor Daniel Loeb, wants the Anglo-Dutch company to separate its oil and gas business from its renewable-energy and liquefied-natural-gas operations. read more

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Break-up calls and congressional hearings: Big Oil faces growing pressure to change

The Washington Post

Break-up calls and congressional hearings: Big Oil faces growing pressure to change

Ahead of the COP26 Summit, oil executives made a historic appearance on Capitol Hill and Shell faced a hedge funds’s call to split up its business.

By Taylor Telford: 29 Oct 2021 5:18 p.m. EDT

On the eve of a pivotal global climate summit, the world’s oil giants have been swamped by calls from activists, investors and lawmakers to move faster to transform their businesses, cut down greenhouse gas emissions and take responsibility for their role in the climate crisis. read more

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Shell boss defends plan to develop Cambo find off Shetland

Shell CEO Ben van Beurden

I think it is really disappointing that long term investors run away from a company…

The Herald

Shell boss defends plan to develop Cambo find off Shetland

By Mark Williamson Group Business Correspondent: 29 Oct 2021

ROYAL Dutch Shell boss Ben van Beurden has defended plans for the controversial Cambo oil field development off Shetland as he declared the UK North Sea is a global leader in terms of the energy transition.

Shell has faced huge criticism from campaigners after it emerged that the company planned to develop the massive Cambo field with Siccar Point Energy. read more

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An Activist Hedge Fund Wants to Break Up Shell Oil

The Motley Fool

An Activist Hedge Fund Wants to Break Up Shell Oil

The oil industry has a spill, and the leaky commodity is drama. Less than six months after an activist hedge fund planted itself on Exxon’s board…

The Daily Upside: Oct 27, 2021 at 8:00PM

The oil industry has a spill, and the leaky commodity is drama.

Less than six months after an activist hedge fund planted itself on Exxon’s board with plans to overhaul the company’s climate agenda, New York-based Third Point revealed on Wednesday its plans to slice up Royal Dutch Shell by carving off its renewables businesses. read more

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One of world’s biggest pension funds to stop investing in fossil fuels

The Guardian

One of world’s biggest pension funds to stop investing in fossil fuels

Daniel Boffey in Brussels: Tue 26 Oct 2021 16.08 BST

One of the world’s largest pension funds, ABP, is selling its €15bn-worth of holdings in fossil fuel companies, including Royal Dutch Shell, claiming it had been unable to persuade the sector to transition quickly enough towards decarbonisation.

Corien Wortmann-Kool, the chair of ABP, the Dutch pension fund for civil servants and teachers, said it would no longer invest in producers of oil, gas and coal, and that it would dispense with its current investments in those sectors by the first quarter of 2023. read more

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Joe Lycett vs The Oil Giant – John Donovan segment

By John Donovan

Channel 4 TV documentary Joe Lycett vs The Oil Giant which aired at 9pm in the UK, 24 Oct 2021.

FROM CHANNEL 4 WEBSITE: Joe Lycett takes on Shell, as he investigates whether the oil giant is as eco-friendly as its advertising makes it out to be. Joe meets climate experts and investigates whether Shell are as eco-friendly as their advertising makes out, before making his own parody version of their ads. But will Shell sit up and listen?

Transcript extracts from the interview with John Donovan read more

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Could fresh climate change cover-up allegations hit Shell’s share price?

Could fresh climate change cover-up allegations hit Shell’s share price?

Published 21 October 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery: Fidelity International

Extracts

WITH the start of the COP26 climate conference now just days away…

Shell executives will probably prefer to dwell on Shell’s notable if slightly eyebrow-raising inclusion in a book just published by Jane Goodall, called The Book of Hope: A survival guide for an endangered planet.

In it, Goodall, the English primatologist and anthropologist, tells the story of Ben van Beurden, chief executive of the Royal Dutch Shell oil group, who it is claimed decided to support the 2015 Paris climate agreement because his 10-year-old daughter asked if it was true his company was destroying the planet. read more

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The CEO of Shell shitting out of his mouth

The CEO of Shell shitting out of his mouth

THE AD SHELL WOULD NEVER MAKE

In Joe Lycett Vs The Oil Giant – airing Sunday 24 October at 9pm on Channel 4, and on All4 – you can see his new film on the subject, ahead of COP26, the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference. Joe will be focusing his efforts on energy giant Shell, their marketing, and their continued exploration for new oil reserves.

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