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Net zero by 2050, together with society
In line with the objectives of the Paris Agreement
Our objectives for 2030
Scope 1+2 - Net Zero by 2050
Reduce our emissions
- 2015: more than 40 million tons of CO2eq emitted
- 2025: the objective is to reduce CO2eq emissions below 40 million tons
- 2030: the objective is to reduce CO2 emissions by 40% compared to their level in 2015 (1)
Reduce scope 1+2
Improve the efficiency of our facilities:
- Achieve zero routine flaring by 2030 and less than 0,1 million cubic meters per day by 2025.
- Invest in emissions-reduction projects (400 projects identified, 450 million dollars over 2018 and 2025 Donwstream).
- Decarbonize our electricity purchases in Europe and the United States (Scope 2) by 2025.
Towards zero methane emissions:
- Reduce emissions by 80% from 2020 levels by 2030.
- Maintain methane intensity of operated gas installations below 0,1%.
Capture and store carbon from our facilities:
Develop a CCS capacity of more than 10 million ton per year by 2030 (5).
Offset residual emissions:
Invest 100 million dollars a year to develop natural carbon sink capacity of more than 5-million-ton par year by 2030.
Scope 3 - Net Zero by 2050, together with society
Produce more energy for our customers while reducing our products’ carbon footprint
From 2015 to 2030, we aim at increasing our energy production from about 15 PJ/d to about 25 PJ/d
Reducing our average carbon intensity (2) of our products:
- In 2015, it was of 100
- In 2025, it is predicted to be less than 90
- In 2030, it is predicted to be less than 80
Scope 3 (3) (indirect greenhouse gas emissions from the use of the energy products sold to our customers):
- In 2015: 350 million tons of CO2eq
- A 30% decrease in petroleum products from 2015 to 2030
- About 200 million tons of CO2eq by 2030
Develop a multi-energy offer
In 2015, our energy mix was composed of more than 50% of petroleum products and the rest of it was gas.
In 2021 (4):
Petroleum products accounted for less than half of our energy mix. Gas accounted for a bit more than the other half and the rest was electricity and new molecules.
By 2030, we expect:
- Petroleum products to account for 30% of our energy mix
- Gas to account for more than half of it
- Electricity to account fo 15% of it
- New molecules to account for the rest of it
- Rank among the top 5 producers of renewable electricity (wind and solar).
- Achieve the same customer recognition in electric mobility tomorrow as we have in fuel retailing today.
- Cement our position among the top 3 low carbon LNG.
- Set the standard for decarbonizing the gas value chains.
- Focus on projects with low emissions and low technical costs.
- Set the standard for decarbonizing the oil value chains.
- Develop production of biofuels and biogas.
- Become a major player in the production of clean H2.
- Become a producer of e-fuels.
Reduce scope 3 emissions, together with society:
- Guide our customers towards lower-carbon energies
- Promote a circular economy approach in the use of biomass and plastics.
- Develop a carbon storage offer for our customers with capacity exceeding 10 million ton per year by 2030 (overall capacity that includes storage for our facilities as well as the storage offer for our customers).
- Forge partnerships with our top 1000 suppliers to reduce emissions from our purchasing.
(1) Including carbon sinks
(2) Average net carbon intensity of energy products
(3) Indirect GHG emissions related to the use by customers of energy products sold
(4) Excluding the impact of Covid-19
(5) Overall Capacity that includes storage for our facilities as well as the storage offer for our customers