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With regard to greenhouse-gas emissions, TotalEnergies is committed to lowering its carbon foot-print from energy production, processing and delivery to our customers. First of all, the Company is executing an ambitious action plan to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions for which we are directly responsible (Scope 1+2 emissions at our operated assets) to the strict minimum. We are further investing in carbon storage and sequestration projects so as to “neutralize” our residual emissions and be able to offer those CCS solutions to our major industrial customers.

Although the speed of the transition will depend on the pace of change in government policies, consumer behaviors and corresponding demand, TotalEnergies has embraced the need to offer our customers affordable, less carbon-intensive energy products, and to lend support to our partners and suppliers with their own low-carbon strategies.

Drawing on the actions already taken to evolve our energy offerings and reduce carbon emissions from our operations, in 2022 TotalEnergies published an outline of what our businesses might look like as we become a carbon-neutral energy company by 2050, together with society.

By 2050, TotalEnergies would produce:

That oil and gas would represent:

To get to net zero together with society, TotalEnergies would help “eliminate” the equivalent of 100 Mt/year of CO2 generated by our customers by developing: