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  • Tim Goodman
    We and long-term investors have focused our efforts on the suppliers of fossil fuels and the largest greenhouse gas emitters. However, for the energy transition to be as smooth as possible, investors also need to address the demand for energy.
  • Tim Goodman
    Mitigating the effects of the climate crisis and switching to a low-carbon economy will mean radical shifts for some industries and their employees. What can investors do to help ensure a just transition for affected workers and local communities?
  • Tim Goodman
    ConocoPhillips has improved its climate policies, practices and disclosures to help assure investors of its preparation towards the low-carbon economy. EOS has engaged with the company to achieve best practice and communicate this publicly.
  • Tim Goodman
    Wells Fargo & Company announced regulatory and legal settlements in 2016 relating to its retail banking sales practices, which harmed customers.
  • Tim Goodman
    China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, also known as Sinopec, is one of the major oil and gas companies in China. The company is a majority-owned subsidiary of the state-owned Sinopec Group. Its operations include the exploration, production, storage and transportation of petroleum and natural gas.
  • Tim Goodman
    Duke Energy is one of the largest electricity generators in the US. Background Our engagement with the company began in earnest in the aftermath of the serious spill of coal ash at one of the company’s disused sites in early 2014. The incident highlighted in our view that the board needed some refreshment, as it included some long-tenured directors who did not have the obvious skills to steward the company during this difficult period. However, as it is one of the largest greenhouse gas emitters in the world, climate change has become an increasing focus of our engagement.