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USA: Six oil & gas companies take action on climate change, following shareholder demands: Apache, Anadarko, ChevronTexaco, Tesoro, Unocal, Marathon Oil

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Author: Europa Press

ChevronTexaco, Unocal, Marathon Oil y otras tres petroleras estadounidenses [Apache, Anadarko Petroleum, Tesoro] han aceptado medir e informar sobre su impacto medioambiental, tras la campaña lanzada por...'inversores activistas'...sólo quedan tres petroleras con propuestas pendientes: ExxonMobil, XTO Energy y Vintage Petroleum. El año pasado, una campaña similar consiguió el compromiso de cinco eléctricas para la lucha contra el cambio climático: American Electric Power, Cinergy, Southern Company, TXU y Reliant Energy.

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22 March 2005

Faith-Based and Environmentalist Shareowners Withdraw Climate Change Resolutions at Six Companies [USA]

Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

Last week, shareowner activists announced their withdrawal of climate change resolutions at six oil and gas companies [Apache, Anadarko, ChevronTexaco, Tesoro, Unocal, Marathon Oil] that have taken concrete steps to measure, mitigate, and disclose data on the environmental impact of their businesses...The development continues momentum from last year's proxy season, when five companies [American Electric Power, Cinergy, Southern Company, TXU, Reliant Energy] complied with the terms of climate change resolutions...Climate change resolutions are now pending at only three companies: XTO Energy...Vintage Petroleum...and ExxonMobil...which faces two climate change resolutions.

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