Skip to content
Please check an answer for every question.
Cookie settings

Total may deposit the following categories of cookies: Cookies for statistics, targeted advertising and social networks. You have the possibility to disable these cookies, these settings will only be valid on the browser you are currently using.

Enabling this cookie category allows you to establish statistics of traffic on the site. Disabling them prevents us from monitoring and improving the quality of our services.
Our website may contain sharing buttons to social networks that allow you to share our content on these social networks. When you use these sharing buttons, a link is made to the servers of these social networks and a third-party cookie is installed after obtaining your consent.
Enabling this cookie category would allow our partners to display more relevant ads based on your browsing and customer profile. This choice has no impact on the volume of advertising.

05/05/2020 News

Total adopts a new climate ambition to get to net zero by 2050

Supporting EU’s carbon neutrality target, Total commits to become a Net Zero Emission
Company for all its European Businesses by 2050

Paris – Total announces today its ambition to get to net-zero emissions by 2050 together with society for its global business across its production and energy products used by its customers.

Through a joint statement developed between Total S.A. and institutional investors – as participants in the global investor initiative Climate 100+1 – Total takes 3 major steps towards achieving this ambition:

Three major steps to get Total to Net Zero:

1. Net Zero across Total’s worldwide operations by 2050 or sooner (scope 1+2)

2. Net Zero across all its production and energy products used by its customers in Europe2  by 2050 or sooner (scope 1+2+3)

3. 60% or more reduction in the average carbon intensity of energy products used worldwide by Total customers by 2050 (less than 27.5 gCO2/MJ) - with intermediate steps of 15% by 2030 and 35% by 2040 (scope 1 + 2 + 3)

1 According to Total evaluation, participants to Climate Action 100+ own more than 25% of Total’s shares.
2 Europe means the EU + Norway + UK