Our Take: Time to Talk About Scope 3

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Accounting for Scope 3 emissions — those that come from the end use of fossil fuel products — is a difficult and contentious task. But as world leaders convene for COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, we think it’s time for all of the largest integrated oil companies to start reporting their Scope 3 emissions, which account for the lion's share of their overall carbon footprints, and including them in emissions reduction plans.

Low-Carbon Policy, Carbon Capture (CCS), CO2 Emissions, Methane Emissions
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