Reducing greenhouse gas emissions with the aim of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, protecting forests and fighting climate change: priorities for the whole world, with energy companies as key players.
Playing an active part in the virtuous path undertaken by the energy sector, we will achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
We have long been committed to reducing climate-altering emissions: results show the effectiveness of our low-carbon strategy.
2050: The strategy of change
The path leading us to carbon neutrality by 2050 is laid out by objectives for creating long-term value.
Net GHG Lifecycle Emissions and Net Carbon Intensity
CO₂ offset by forestry in 2050
CO₂ captured and stored with CCS in 2050
Biorefineries processing capacity by 2050
Installed capacity from renewables
Lower emissions, more energy
Reducing emissions in a world demanding more and more energy is an arduous task, but an essential one.
Predominantly reliant on traditional sources, the country now aims to increase the presence of renewables in its energy mix to 50% by 2050.
COVID-19 has provided the most significant economic challenge of the past 75 years. Engineering a recovery that does not make the world safer for all by meeting the needs of all would be a historic abdication of our responsibilities.
Water: resource, value, risk
In the era of climate change, it is ever more crucial to manage water logically, sustainably and efficiently.
Protecting forests: a commitment to a better planet
Protecting forests means reducing greenhouse gas emissions and safeguarding biodiversity.
Forests cover 31% of the dry land on the planet and are a fundamental absorber of carbon from the atmosphere.
Gas now and in the future: a bridge to renewables
Developing and adopting new energy sources are fundamental to fighting climate change. Renewables and gas play a vital role.
We work with the academic community, civil society, institutions and businesses to research specific solutions for sustainable development.
Risks and opportunities of our urban obsession
An era of great change in which the role of cities is more important than ever.