Cue Energy’s empty words on climate change is not enough.

10 December 2019 Cue Energy, an Australian ASX-listed oil and gas company that operates in Australia, New Zealand and south-east Asia, had to fend off numerous climate-related questions at its annual general meeting yesterday in Melbourne. In its annual report, the company states: “(Cue) recognizes that the management of the … Read More

Super funds let Beach Energy off the hook on climate change

26 November 2019 Another week, another Australian fossil fuel company belies super funds’ climate engagement claims. Earlier this year, Market Forces named oil and gas producer Beach Energy as one of the 21 big Australian companies undermining climate action. With plans to spend around $750 million each year to massively … Read More

Horizon Oil’s expansion undermines Paris climate goals

Horizon Oil's offshore operations in NZ

22 November 2019 Horizon Oil’s cursory approach to climate risk disregards the reality that the Paris Agreement leaves no room for oil expansion. According to its Sustainability Report, Horizon Oil is working towards full implementation of the G20 Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) recommendations. However, Horizon’s disclosures to … Read More

Seven Group Holdings has no fossil fuel exit plan

Seven Group Holdings AGM 2019

20 November 2019 In response to shareholder questioning at Seven Group Holdings’ annual general meeting in Sydney today, Director Terry Davis confirmed the company has no exit plan for its oil and gas businesses. With ownership stakes in a range of businesses and industries, SGH is able – but not … Read More

Whitebark Energy: “No question” about oil and gas demand increasing

Esperance Gas, Western Australia

11 November 2019 Whitebark Energy’s shortcomings on climate risk disclosure and management were top of the agenda for shareholders attending the oil and gas company’s AGM in Perth today. Whitebark Energy owns oil and gas exploration and production assets in Canada and Western Australia, so is entirely reliant on future … Read More

How many years has Central Petroleum got left?

7 November 2019 Oil and gas producer and explorer Central Petroleum was today challenged over its token efforts to understand and respond to climate change risks. Central Petroleum listed climate change, and particularly potential carbon pricing, as a principal risk in its 2019 annual report. However, at today’s annual general … Read More

IAG Shareholder action

Take Action: Write to IAG and ask it to follow-through on the commitments made at its 2019 annual general meeting. IAG AGM report: 25 October 2019 At its annual general meeting (AGM) in Sydney today, IAG faced calls from investors to fully disclose its fossil fuel investment exposure and set … Read More

Which super fund did you leave?

If you’re a member of a super fund that doesn’t invest in fossil fuels, you’ve already taken action to align your money with your values. But there’s one more thing you can do to have maximum impact. We’re collecting information about how many members have switched out of their super … Read More

IAG obscures its fossil fuel investments

25 October 2019 At its annual general meeting (AGM) in Sydney today, IAG faced calls from investors to fully disclose its fossil fuel investment exposure and set targets to reduce that exposure in line with limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees. IAG’s chair said getting fossil fuel exposure down to … Read More

APA’s gas pipe dreams A-OK with investors

24 October 2019 Australia’s biggest gas pipeline company’s plans for gas expansion are inconsistent with the climate goals of the Paris Agreement. But investors don’t seem to care. With gas use for primary energy expected to fall to 25% by 2030 under a 1.5°C warming scenario, shareholders attending APA’s annual … Read More