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Schlumberger pivots portfolio towards net zero

Firm sets aggressive new 2050 decarbonisation promise with rare scope three emissions detail

US oilfield services provider Schlumberger has become the latest oil and gas firm to pledge net-zero emissions by 2050. The decarbonisation drive includes scope three emissions, making Schlumberger the first energy services company to cover indirect customer emissions. The three-pronged company roadmap commits Schlumberger to several interim emissions targets. The company aims to reduce scope one and two emissions by 30pc by 2025, using 2019 as the baseline year. By 2030, Schlumberger expects to cut this down further to 50pc, as well as scope three greenhouse gas emissions by 30pc, before hitting the final net-zero target in 2050. Uniquely, the company is targeting its entire value chain r



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