Equinor Aims to Cut Emissions in Norway by 40% This Decade

Norway’s Equinor plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions from its domestic operations by 40% this decade and to near zero by 2050, potentially allowing the country to keep pumping crude even as it works to meet international climate obligations.

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“An oil company with targets for its own emissions, and not for its products, is like a cigarette producer that promises that all employees will quit smoking, while increasing cigarette production,” said Mark Van Baal, founder of investor advocacy Follow This.

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