In this exclusive video interview, Jim Wicklund of Wicklund & Associates, discusses how governance is integral to incentivizing companies towards sustainable business solutions.
Experts from Schlumberger and Halliburton discuss the challenges of managing emissions in the oil patch—and what the oil and gas industry can do about them.
Plans for energy security and ESG must be balanced, Lisa Epifani, manager of ESG and sustainability for Chevron, said at Hart Energy’s Energy ESG Conference.
Approaches may differ, but ultimately OFS firms’ goals when it comes to balancing decarbonization with overall performance are the same.
A focus on sustainability is drawing attention to certain technologies across different energy sectors.
The chief executive of Tesla Inc. lashed out against S&P Global Inc. after the electric car maker was dropped from its flagship ESG index.
“Nobody’s going to drop ESG, but energy security has become 10 times more important than ESG,” Pioneer Natural Resources CEO Scott Sheffield told DUG Permian and Eagle Ford attendees.
National Fuel touted the environmental benefits of the sale by its E&P segment Seneca Resources, including a 55% reduction in CO₂ equivalent emissions.
In an exclusive video interview, Alisa Lukash, vice president of shale research at Rystad Energy, discussed how the current environment will impact short- and long-term sustainability strategies of U.S. shale companies.
Chevron New Energies will launch a carbon capture storage project at its operations in San Joaquin Valley, Calif. that will reduce carbon intensity through underground CO2 storage.
Megan Pearl, director of technology at Locus Bio-Energy Solutions, discussed how the company’s naturally produced biosurfuctants are helping operators increase production while meeting climate goals.
However, despite facing growing pressure to take action on climate change, CEOs said that lack of reliable data, uncertain returns and policies are hindering their ability to take action.
The Biden administration mistakenly believes that the shale industry can "just run out, set up a bunch of rigs and grow production over night,” said Steve Green, president of Chevron's North America E&P division, speaking at Hart Energy's DUG Permian and Eagle Ford conference.
The framework outlines the principles Kinetik would follow in connection with the issuance of sustainability-linked instruments.