Total Kenya to cut carbon emissions with new lubricant packaging

KENYA – Total Kenya, a leading supplier of petroleum and gas products in the East African region, has embarked on a lubricant packaging design that will see the oil marketer significantly reduce its carbon footprint. The oil distributor says the new design development will contribute to Total Lubricant’s ambition to become a responsible energy major. “A reduction in the weight of packaging will prevent the emission of 9,500 tons of CO2 equivalent each year resulting to raw materials savings,” said Olagoke Aluko, Managing Director, Total Kenya PLC. “A reduction in the weight…

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BP commits to fighting climate change, unveils new ambitious goal to be carbon neutral by 2050

ENGLAND – British oil multinational, BP has unveiled a new ambitious goal to be a net zero company by 2050 or sooner. BP in a statement explained that its net zero ambition seeks to get rid of the greenhouse gas emissions from its operations worldwide, currently around 55 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent (MteCO2e) a year. It also revealed that new goal also sought to reduce the carbon in the oil and gas that it produces, equivalent currently to around 360 MteCO2e emissions a year – both on an absolute…

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