Investors grill BP and Shell over oil sands

Investors have used Shell’s and BP’s annual shareholder meetings to force the companies to reveal more information about the financial viability of oil sands. However, the disclosures still fail to satisfy

A coalition of institutional investors and campaign groups has forced oil companies BP and Shell to disclose more information about the viability of carbon-intensive oil sands production in Canada.

The coalition comprises over 140 shareholders and is led by responsible investment charity Fair Pensions. It includes Co-operative Asset Management, the Unison staff pension scheme and clients of Rathbone Greenbank and is supported by WWF and Greenpeace.

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