To consolidate TotalEnergies's commitment as a responsible player, the R&D teams develop innovations.
TotalEnergies’ ambition is to become the responsible energy major by providing cleaner and more readily accessible energy to as many people as possible. The CSTJF teams, particularly those of the Research & Development hub, are mobilized to meet these challenges. Climate issues are fully integrated into our strategy.
TotalEnergies must take part in the global reduction of greenhouse gas emissions while meeting an increasing energy demand related to economic and demographic growth.
The aim is to reconcile the two sustainable development goals of the UNO: access to energy for all and the fight against global warming. TotalEnergies’ ambition is to provide cleaner, more affordable and more readily accessible energy to as many people as possible.
Together with society, TotalEnergies shares the ambition to achieve Net Zero Emissions by 2050 in all its activities, from production to the use of energy products sold to its clients (scope 1+2+3).
This ambition encompasses:
TotalEnergies acts by:
TotalEnergies is working toward several goals, which are to reduce its emissions, reorient its clients’ requirements and develop carbon wells. Its ambition is supported by a strategy encompassing the gas, power and liquid fuel value chains, the ultimate objective being to decarbonize the Group’s energy mix.
For more information: Check out the Sustainability & Climate 2023 Progress Report
The environment is the focus of several research projects at the CSTJF and the PERL. Every day, our experts seek to develop technological solutions that are innovative, efficient and cost-effective. For this purpose, they can count on the strong commitment of the R&D teams whose objective is to deliver:
Part of this work is carried out at the Platform for Environmental Research in Lacq (PERL). The research center works on topics of major importance for the Group. It houses three hubs of expertise: managing the environmental footprint of our activities, the physics and chemistry of interfaces and gas separation and treatment.
The PERL carries out its work with national players, such as the University of Pau et des Pays de l’Adour, the University Pierre et Marie Curie and the ENS Lyon, and with global partners like Polytechnique Montréal, an engineering university in Canada.