Beach Energy: leaking mercury

23 November 2017 In response to shareholder questioning at today’s Beach Energy AGM in Adelaide, the company’s board confirmed it would consider adopting the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) recommendations by the end of 2018, noting that much more work needed to be done. Shareholders also asked if … Read More

Armour Energy on climate change: “We can’t comment on that”

Oil and gas exploration and production company Armour Energy today failed to define climate change as a material risk to its business, and refused to commit to implementing recommendations made by the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). The company’s failure to report on climate risk, along with its external … Read More

Shareholders concerned about LNG Limited’s attitude

17 November 2017 Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd. does not regard climate change as a material risk to business. As the globe begins a transition towards low carbon energy solutions, many commentators are warning that assets such as oil and gas are increasingly likely to become stranded. It’s surprising then that a … Read More

Senex not aware of the TCFD

15 November 2017 Today shareholders asked Senex about whether it has plans to transition to lower carbon emitting activities in line with the two degree Paris climate commitments. In short, the answer was no. Senex Energy is an Australian energy company listed on the ASX which engages in oil and gas … Read More

Fortescue avoids tough questions on climate

9 November 2017 Yesterday Fortescue Metals Group failed to give a clear time frame for implementing the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). As one of Australia’s major energy users, Fortescue must demonstrate how it plans to deal with both the physical and transitional risks associated … Read More

Investors support stronger climate risk disclosure at Origin Energy AGM

18 October 2017 A shareholder resolution coordinated by Market Forces, calling for improvements to Origin Energy’s climate risk disclosure received significant support from institutional investors, garnering 13.77% of shareholder votes, despite the board’s opposition. In dollar terms, investors holding approximately $1.8 billion in stock supported the call for greater climate … Read More

Media release: Origin Energy faces three shareholder resolutions

23 August 2017 Coordinated by environmental finance group Market Forces, shareholders in Origin Energy have filed a series of resolutions with the oil and gas major. View ASX announcement. The three resolutions, to be heard at Origin’s October AGM, call for greater disclosure of climate risks, the development of a … Read More

Dr. Anne Poelina and Micklo Corpus defend country at Buru’s AGM

Outside the Buru Energy Annual General Meeting (AGM) 20-30 people gathered in support of Traditional Custodians  Micklo Corpus Yawuru and Dr Anne Poelina, a Nyikina Warrwa woman from the West Kimberley region of Western Australia. Noongar Elder Uncle Ben Taylor, accompanied by Mick Fuller on didgeridoo, did an official Welcome … Read More