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Influence from the inside: the role of investor activism in oil and gas majors

Shareholders at the world’s biggest oil and gas companies are exerting ever more pressure to ensure firms improve their environmental performance. Leading the way is Mark van Baal, founder of Dutch activist shareholder group Follow This, which has successfully petitioned Shell to update its emissions policy. JP Casey speaks to him about the unique investor activist model, and how important it could be in ensuring the world reaches its climate change goals.

The biggest energy companies to auction for Brazil’s deep-sea oil

ExxonMobil, Anglo-Dutch Shell and Chinese Cnooc will be among 17 operators to bid for Brazilian oil deposits in a public Rio de Janeiro auction which begins today. The companies will be competing to develop four oilfields off Brazil’s south-east coast estimated to contain about 15 billion barrels of crude oil.

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