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The @UE expose of @BP_plc lobbying for relaxing US rules on emissions of methane, powerful greenhouse gas, shows split in oil majors, and possibly directions of travel…
By contrast, Greenpeace are no friend of @Shell , but they are publicly calling for *tightening* of those same methane emissions rules…
and Shell is clearly setting out to be a different kind of energy company with ambition to be world's biggest power generator in 15 years time (although gas clearly playing a big role, not just #renewables)…
Meanwhile @exxonmobil , the climate activists bete-noir, continue to support existing- even expanded - methane regulation, albeit because they seem to want gas to have a clean reputation…
BP are buying companies that are e.g. electric vehicle charge point installers, and actually have relatively good record on low carbon investment (though plenty is bioenergy, likely dodgy from climate pov)

What doesn't emerge is a coherent pull in any particular direction
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