Shell wants out of the dark with new climate goal

The oil giant goes a step further than other supermajors with an aim to halve emissions as early as 2030, the company says after a quarter that saw quadrupled earnings.

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By 2030, Shell must shave off half its emissions prior to the company – as previously announced – achieving climate neutrality 20 years later, in 2050.

The new intermediate target is presented Thursday morning as the British-Dutch oil giant publishes its third-quarter financial report.

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