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- Shell would like us to know that while they ship fossil fuels, they will use fossil fuels to do so.
Lowering emissions from our shipping operations 🚢 Shell will charter 10 new crude tankers powered by liquefied natural gas.#LNG can play a key role in decarbonising #shipping today while we work hard at developing zero-emissions fuels for the future. https://t.co/lBjoOb3SAf pic.twitter.com/AU7Borexvc
— Shell (@Shell) March 11, 2021
- Shell wants us to know they are absolutely COMMITTED to fake zero. Seriously, they really want to be a force for fake good.
“Net zero is a both societal imperative and a moral imperative for a company that wants to be on the right side of history.” ⚡ CEO Ben van Beurden discusses a new era for energy with @DanielYergin & @United CEO Scott Kirby. #CERAWEEK https://t.co/XHDQOpbQWR
— Shell (@Shell) March 1, 2021
- Stakeholder value, financial resilience, profitable growth…. destroying the planet, disregarding human life… please tell us more about this value you deliver to… *checks notes* wider society?
Our clear cash allocation framework and drive for net-zero emissions will allow us to deliver value to shareholders, customers and wider society.
— Shell (@Shell) February 11, 2021
- “In February 2020 we were still producing fossil fuels, one year on we are still producing fossil fuels. Just look at this progress!”
— bp (@bp_plc) February 12, 2021
- Great, recycling! That totally makes up for the fact that decades ago, you knew fossil fuels would create global warming and climate change and you did nothing! Nice one. 👍
— ExxonMobil (@exxonmobil) March 31, 2021
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