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More majors back green moves

The signing up of three top US energy firms gives a boost to an industry-led climate-change initiative

President Donald Trump says it's not happening, but a string of American energy giants beg to differ. After remaining in the shadows for four years, Chevron, ExxonMobil and Occidental Petroleum have finally committed themselves to fight climate change by joining the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI). A group of energy companies in 2014 came up with the idea of the industry taking a lead and sharing experiences in tackling climate change. Today, 13 companies around the world have committed to OGCI. Aside from those that joined in late September, the group comprises BP, China's CNPC, Eni, Equinor, Pemex, Petrobras, Repsol, Saudi Aramco, Shell and Total. In all, these companies represent a



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