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Big Energy Braces for New Round of Shareholder Activism

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Investor Climate Pressure Builds

Activist investors will continue to agitate for change at oil and gas producers in the upcoming annual general meeting (AGM) season. Insiders say many groups and shareholder coalitions are working to build momentum around motions on climate change and emissions. But they will need to regain support among the broader investor base to fundamentally influence corporate strategies. Energy Intelligence examines some of the activist campaigns' key motivations and pressure points energy companies may face.

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ESG, Corporate Strategy , Majors
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