Equinor plots path to 'near zero' emissions by 2050

Madeleine Cuff
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Norway's state-backed energy giant pledges to cut emissions from its Norway operations by 40 per cent by 2030, 70 per cent by 2040 and to near zero by 2050

Equinor has today released details of new long-term emissions reductions targets for its Norwegian operations, in a bid to bring its emissions within its home nation to "near zero" by 2050. Equinor,...

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