Search Result: Fossil Fuels

Reports

Lobbying on the EU Taxonomy's Green Criteria

December, 2020

Intensive lobbying throughout 2020 from ‘real economy’ sectors has extracted significant concessions from the European Commission on its EU Sustainable Finance taxonomy.

Is the Fed Being Sector Neutral?

Updated September 24 2020

The research finds that the only sector where the Fed is consistently overweight on all three indicators (debt outstanding, equity values and employment) is the GISC Energy sector which contains oil/gas and coal value chain companies exclusively.

Climate Funds and Fossil Fuels

September 2019

The report identifies 118 climate-themed funds with an aggregate AUM of US$18Bn and examines the presence of fossil fuel reserves owned by the companies held by these funds.

Thermal Coal in Asia:
The Real Risks for Investors

October 2019

An investor briefing on Japanese financial sector exposure to coal power

BP's Energy Outlook for 2017:
Will it fully consider climate risk?

January 2017

As BP's 2017 Energy Outlook is published, this note summarises BP's performance on climate risk disclosure and highlights climate lobbying activity.

Who Owns the World's Coal

May 2017

This report tracks the links between the coal reserves, operating coal companies and shareholders who own these companies, showing roughly $185bn in shareholder value associated with 117 listed thermal coal producers/owners.

An Investor Enquiry:
How Much Big Oil Spends on Climate Lobbying

April 2016

Research suggests ExxonMobil spent $27m and Shell $22m to obstruct climate legislation in 2015, with the American Petroleum Institute and two smaller trade associations spending a further $74m on behalf of the entire industry.

Oil Majors and Climate Risk:
What Investors Need to Know

November 2016

Issues surrounding climate disclosure investigations by the New York Attorney General into ExxonMobil may be pervasive in the industry.