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What does ExxonMobil’s Win Mean for the Future of Climate Disclosures?

In a case that has been widely watched, on Tuesday December 10, ExxonMobil got good news in the climate change disclosure lawsuit brought against it by the New York Attorney General. As set forth in more detail in our prior post, the New York Attorney General alleged that ExxonMobil had made misleading statements regarding its use of carbon pricing in evaluating investment decisions and the value of its oil and gas reserves and sought to hold ExxonMobil accountable for those statements.

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European Investment Bank Adopts New Energy Lending Policy

On 14 November 2019, the Board of Directors of the European Investment Bank (“EIB”), the world’s largest multilateral bank, adopted a new Energy Lending Policy (the “Policy”), which aims to end EIB investment in the majority of fossil fuel programs by the end of 2021. The Policy signals a change in the flow of capital from multilateral banks into greener energy investments and seeks to incentivize technological innovation.

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Exxon Climate Securities Litigation

The office of New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a complaint against ExxonMobil (“Exxon”) in October 2018 in New York state court. The case alleges a violation of New York’s Martin Act, which provides the attorney general broad powers to investigate financial fraud. The New York State Attorney General (the “State”) claims that Exxon misled investors on its evaluation of the impact of future climate regulations on its business through its use of internal metrics compared to published “proxy costs” or estimates of the cost of carbon emissions.

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ExxonMobil Releases Climate Change Report, Following Similar Reports by Chevron, Shell, and Others

In response to a shareholder proposal that received a majority vote in 2017, ExxonMobil released Energy & Carbon Summary: Positioning for a Lower-Carbon Energy Future, a report outlining the potential impacts of climate change on ExxonMobil’s business through 2040.

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Ninth Circuit Denies Petition for Writ of Mandamus in Climate Litigation — Suit Continues

On March 7, 2018, a three-judge panel of the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals declined to grant the defendants’ petition for a writ of mandamus in the climate change suit Juliana v. United States. The government defendants asked the district court to dismiss the suit and sought mandamus relief when the district court denied the motion to dismiss.

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