Carbon Tracker: Billions of oil projects threatened by crude prices

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NGO argues oil majors should cancel at least $91bn of projects that need high oil prices to succeed, although over $500bn is at risk

Over half a trillion dollars of investments by major oil companies over the next decade are at risk from high costs and low crude oil prices, threatening shareholder returns, a new study has claimed today....

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