The American company’s emissions target does not include greenhouse gases from all of the fuel products it sells, as do some of its European competitors.
American energy company Chevron Corporation sets its goal to reduce its net operating emissions to zero by 2050.
The company said in a statement that Chevron plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from its oil production.
According to Reuters, Chevron’s zero-emissions target does not include greenhouse gases from all of the fuel products it sells, as do some of its European competitors.
The Dutch-British Royal Dutch Shell and some other European oil companies are aiming to cut off all their emissions by 2050.
Chevron says it expects to meet its targets through investments in renewable fuels, carbon capture technology and hydrogen.
Last month, Chevron promised to triple its investment to $ 10 billion to reduce its carbon footprint by 2028.
In May, Chevron’s Annual General Meeting approved a proposal that the company should reduce emissions from the end use of its products.
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