TotalEnergies shareholders urge regulator to ensure climate resolution included at next AGM

The TotalEnergies logo sits on the company's headquarter skyscraper in the La Defense business district in Paris, France, March 24, 2022. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier/File Photo

May 5 (Reuters) - A group of shareholders in French energy giant TotalEnergies (TTEF.PA) urged the country's financial watchdog AMF to make sure that a rejected climate resolution will be put on the agenda at the next shareholders' meeting.

The group of 11 investors, which jointly holds 0.78% of TotalEnergies' share capital, cited an April 27 decision by the company's board to reject the proposed resolution "for legal reasons".

Last month, investors had separately dropped a proposed resolution urging Totalenergis to do more to help fighting climate change, after the company had made additional commitments. read more

Reporting by Sarah Morland, editing by Tassilo Hummel

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