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We carry out scenario analysis and research to examine and understand how potential changes to supply and demand will impact the future of fossil fuel-exposed companies and projects. This analysis helps the investment community better understand the financial implications of tackling climate change

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Oil Analyst Note 15 July 2021

They only fill when they drill

Financial assurance requirements are universally considered to be too low to pay for plugging and abandoning wells. An inventory of...
producers
Climate risk disclosure Blog 30 March 2021

99% of producers give the rest a bad name

There’s a quip about lawyers that goes 99% of attorneys give the rest a bad name.  The same can be said about oil producers with respect...
retirement
Climate risk disclosure Blog 22 March 2021

Oil should fund its own retirement

“Having looked to government for bread, on the first scarcity they will turn and bite the hand that fed them.” Edmund Burke, 18th...
shell
Oil Blog 16 March 2021

Shell Execs now paid to walk the talk

2020 was a tough year for big oil.  Short-term demand was hammered by the impacts of Covid-19, while the ever-growing recognition of the...

2020 at Carbon Tracker

Power Blog December 2020

Carbon Tracker's Christmas Cracker had a makeover in 2020. This infographic originally went out in our December newsletter,...

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50 States of Play

Climate risk disclosure Blog October 2020

Given the 24 hour news cycle around the US Congressional and Presidential Election, it would be easy to focus only on what...

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Annual Review 2019

Coal Report July 2020

Click here to view Carbon Tracker's Annual Review 2019 In 2019 our objective was to accelerate the energy transition by...

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Scope for Improvement

Oil Analyst Note January 2019

Why carbon intensity ambitions are welcome, but strict limits on future project sanction remain the route to Paris...

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Electric Vehicle Tracker

Oil Analyst Note December 2017

Headlines Growth of electric vehicles (EVs) in scenarios developed by some oil majors is ten years behind the level expected...

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