BP snaps up majority stake in US forest offset firm Finite Carbon

Michael Holder
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The Sealaska forest in Alaska is one of 50 projects developed by Finite Carbon | Credit: Finite Carbon
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The Sealaska forest in Alaska is one of 50 projects developed by Finite Carbon | Credit: Finite Carbon

Oil and gas giant ramps up investment in USA's largest carbon offset developer, as it increases focus on natural climate solutions in support of its net zero targets

BP has brought the America's largest developer of forest-based carbon offset projects into its stable, having snapped up a majority stake in Finite Carbon through its business accelerator Launchpad, the...

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