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Fossil fuel firms slammed for incentivising production rises with improved executive pay

Gas flares from PetroChina oilfield
Carbon Tracker is encouraging investors to demand that oil and gas companies provide full transparency over executive remuneration (Photo: Ahmad Al-Rubaye/AFP via Getty Images)

Oil and gas companies are increasingly tying executive pay to improvements in environmental performance, but incentives are also being linked to increased oil and gas production, says a report by Carbon Tracker

An analysis of 25 of the world’s biggest oil and gas companies has shown that almost ...

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