Can Oil Companies Grow -- And Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions?

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Are oil executives in denial? It’s quite a conundrum. A diverse suite of stakeholders is increasingly agitating for a strategy and action for the energy transition, and a target-driven reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. Yet most companies plan to increase exposure to oil and gas production.
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