Oil majors go solo with emissions campaign

USCAP, which aims to support the development of national emissions reduction legislation, confirmed this week that BP and ConocoPhillips have decided not to renew their memberships of the coalition. A statement from the body said: “USCAP is a CEO-led organisation whose membership changes periodically."

Commenting on its decision to leave the coalition, a spokesperson for BP says: “The effort to pass climate change legislation continues and as it becomes more focused on specific details, we feel

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