Yadana Subsidence Project, Myanmar


Integrating climate into our strategy

TotalEnergies’ ambition is to be a world-class player in the energy transition, providing energy that is ever more affordable, cleaner, more reliable and accessible to as many people as possible. TotalEnergies’ focus on climate concerns is integral to our four areas of strategic focus: natural gas, electricity generated from renewables and gas, oil products and carbon neutrality.  

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Climate: Our vision

Energy plays a key role in mitigating climate change. TotalEnergies is working to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions associated with our operated activities, and is taking an active role in the industry and the international community to identify joint solutions.
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Operating across the entire natural gas value chain

Today, natural gas, the lowest-carbon fossil fuel, must be our first choice to meet energy demand while combating global warming. That is why it is a key component of our strategy.
Total Sunpower solar power plant, Prieska (South Africa)

Developing a profitable electricity business

To meet the growing demand for power sustainably while reducing the emissions related to its generation, we are stepping up our business in electricity generated from renewables and gas, which is the fossil fuel with the lowest level of CO2 emissions.

Petroleum products: Energy efficiency and biofuels

According to the IEA, oil’s share of the global energy mix could be reduced by 2040. TotalEnergies is investing in low-breakeven oil assets, reducing emissions from its facilities, encouraging more economical use of oil and producing sustainable biofuels.
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Developing activities that contribute to society’s carbon neutrality

Carbon storage is a critical factor to achieve carbon neutrality. We are helping to preserve and restore natural carbon sinks; investing heavily in carbon capture, storage and utilization; and assisting our customers in their efforts to reduce their carbon footprint.