Big Oil braces for shareholder revolt in proxy voting season


Members of the environmental group Just Stop Oil blockade a BP petrol station in London on April 28, 2022. The activist group is calling for the U.K. government to commit to halting new fossil fuel licensing and production.

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LONDON — Some of the world’s largest corporate emitters face the prospect of a shareholder rebellion this month, with climate-related votes poised to spike throughout the proxy season.

Oil and gas majors on both sides of the Atlantic are scheduled to hold their annual general meetings in the coming weeks. Existing climate strategies are up for votes alongside a range of investor-led resolutions targeting emissions…


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