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Shell responds

"Shell has responded to the UCS request for information, and in keeping with their request for publicly accessible information, we directed them to a link to our public website that covers the topics in their questionnaire, including our Greenhouse gas emissions reporting, our public response to the CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project), and our climate change policy positions: (http://www.shell.com/sustainability/sustainability-reporting-and-performance-data/performance-data/greenhouse-gas-emissions.html).

Shell’s position on climate change and the challenge that CO2 poses is well known and has been documented for more than two decades through publications such as Shell’s Annual Report and Sustainability Report. Shell welcomes and strongly supports the goals of the Paris Agreement. We agree on the objective of a transition towards a net-zero emission energy system and a world where global temperature increases are limited to less than 2°C..."

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This is a response from the following companies: Shell