MAJORS GREEN INVESTMENTS: 2.5 BLN
Europe's biggest oil companies, reeling from losing billions in the two-year oil market rout, are intensifying their push into renewable energy as they hunt for new sources of future revenue.
Shell, Eni, Total and Statoil have announced green energy investments with a combined value of around $2.5 billion in recent weeks in a bid to diversify away from their core oil and gas markets.
French oil major Total, which has said it wants to become a "leader" in renewables and electricity storage within the next 20 years, has so far…
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