Total in 2014
Total becomes the first international oil company to enter into shale gas in the United Kingdom with the acquisition of interests in two exploration and production licenses.
In Chile, Total affiliate SunPower begins construction of Salvador PV, one of the world’s biggest merchant solar power plants. The plant was inaugurated in January 2015.
Total becomes Egypt’s second-largest private retail operator with the acquisition of Chevron’s retail assets in the country, only a few months after purchasing Shell's.
Total launches Kaombo in Angola, a complex project with carefully managed costs that will contribute to its production potential in 2017.
Construction of Total’s biggest-ever blending plant continues in Singapore. Start-up is scheduled for the second quarter of 2015.
CLOV comes on stream in Angola, in Block 17, which is now Total’s biggest production hub worldwide.
The Total-Amyris biojet fuel made from sugarcane is approved for commercial use.
Total publishes its new Code of Conduct for its employees and other stakeholders.
Total announces that it has entered into exclusive negotiations to sell Totalgaz, its liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) distributor in France, to UGI Corporation, the parent company of Antargaz.
SATORP, Total and Saudi Aramco’s brand-new refining and petrochemical complex in Saudi Arabia, reaches its full capacity of 400,000 barrels per day.
Total announces plans to sell Bostik, its adhesives affiliate, to Arkema.
Total and five other leading energy companies announce the Oil & Gas Climate Initiative at the U.N. Climate Summit in New York.
Total launches the new “Committed to Better Energy” Group-wide initiative. The accompanying corporate advertising campaign is rolled out in 21 countries.
Total inaugurates Ningbo, its new polystyrene plant in China, and invests close to $2 billion at the Daesan refining and petrochemical complex in South Korea, thereby strengthening its positions in Asia.
Total marks International Anti-Corruption Day on December 9.