The Circle, in brief
The purpose of the Shareholders’ Circle is to forge closer ties between Total and its shareholders, by improving shareholders' knowledge of Total and by creating opportunities for them to interact and communicate with the Company.
Each year, the Circle organizes approximately 30 events attended by 2,500 members…
Visit our facilities and discover our activities within the Circle Program. Attend our information/training sessions on Total and the environment. Receive invitations for cultural events sponsored by Total and for tours organized by the Total Foundation .
A few examples of events organized by the Circle:
Tours, cultural events, exhibitions...
Gain a deeper understanding of our operations by taking part in special tours of our industrial facilities: refineries, research centres, Petrochemicals and Specialty Chemicals facilities, or even photovoltaic technology plants.
Room of geovision of the Centre scientifique et technique Jean FEGER of Pau
Futerro - bioplastics production unit in Escanaffles, Belgium
Receive invitations for cultural events that are sponsored by the Group as well as sites supported by the Total Foundation.
Visit of the exhibition “The Phoenicians' Mediterranean"
Training and information sessions...
In addition, you can attend information/trainings sessions to better understand our businesses and the Group’s environment.
As a Circle member, you are also provided with regular information:
- The Shareholders' Newsletter
- The Shareholders' Circle Program
- The Webzine
How to apply to a Circle’s event?
Only applications done by phone or e.mail will be treated. Some events get so much success that the Circle’s team is led to retain in priority requests for shareholders who have never attended an event before.
The number of places offered to each Circle member is limited to two.
To satisfy the greatest number of requests, the Circle’s team will:
- Limit for certain events, one per member the number of seats available,
- Schedule supplementary visits taking place on other days than originally planned in the program.
Updated Dec. 19, 11