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IT'S MORE THAN JUST OIL. IT'S LIQUID ENGINEERING.

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REDUCING CARBON

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Castrol Aims to halve the net carbon intensity per litre of its products by 2030 against its 2019 baseline.

 

Castrol defines the net carbon intensity of its products by measuring its corporate emmissions (Scope 1,2 and 3 emissions)*, subtracting both the non-product related emissions (e.g. business travel and professional services) and the number of offsets retired in that year and dividing by annual sales volume.

 

Our carbon reduction plans include activities across the value chain: investigating the opportunities to transition to renewable energy across our owned assets, collaborating with suppliers to incorporate lower life-cycle carbon raw materials into our portfolio of products, exploring options to help drive a shift in used oil collection and end of use treatment in key markets and reducing our packaging and optimising distribution. 

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* GHG Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard (such as emissions from operations, purchased energy, production, transportation, use of products and their disposal)
Watch more about what we're doing to reduce carbon below
PATH360 - Reducing Carbon Footprint
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PATH360 HAS THREE FOCUS AREAS: