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BP Emissions Lowest Among Big Oil Companies

British Petroleum has the most favorable carbon emissions rating among major oil producers, according to a study from consulting firm PFC Energy.

On a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 the most favorable, BP rates at 3.65 for its carbon disclosures, according to Financial Times.

Among other scores, including, 2.76 for Exxon, 2.64 for Conoco­Phillips, 2.4 for Chevron and 2.03 for Total, Shell came in last at 1.15.

PFC composes rankings based on data from corporate sustainability reports, annual reports and corporate websites.

BP has been praised for its “Beyond Petroleum” campaign.

In February, Shell was accused of greenwashing.

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One thought on “BP Emissions Lowest Among Big Oil Companies

  1. This post is a little sloppy in its boosterism of BP, who, last time anyone checked, still derived 99% of its profits from petroleum despite its award-winning PR campaign. The story is about oil company transparency in carbon emissions disclosures. There are lots of questions about criteria and process that, if followed, revealed the systemic impacts of our addiction to fossil fuel and the relentless posturing by dirty energy. A little more dig and a little less glib would be appreciated.

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