Investors ask oil companies to disclose refineries' risks from climate change
Investors and nonprofits on Thursday asked the five largest US oil companies to disclose risks to their facilities from climate change.
In letters signed by Calvert Investments, Pax World Management, Walden Asset Management and other investors, as well as nonprofit advocates Ceres and the Union of Concerned Scientists, the groups express concern about “the lack of public disclosure of physical risks due to climate change”, such as from storms and flooding.
The letters are tied to a report, released by scientific advocacy group the Union of Concerned Scientists on Wednesday, that concluded that coastal refineries owned by each of the companies – Valero, Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Marathon Petroleum and Phillips 66 – are in danger of potentially costly disruptions due to rising sea levels and s
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