Technology is a critical component of the ESG effort. These top oilfield service companies discuss how they are innovating to build an effective and comprehensive ESG infrastructure to aid the energy sector in securing its future operations, cutting emissions and developing safety protocols.
Tim Rezvan, CFA, Director, EnerCom Inc.
Andres Cabada, Director of Stewardship and Sustainability, Halliburton Co.
Rob Klenner, Senior Business Engagement and Strategy Lead, Energy Innovation Center, Baker Hughes Co.
Drew Pomerantz, Emissions Management Technical Lead, Schlumberger
2022-12-01 - Civitas Resources in the D-J Basin is aligning executive compensation with stakeholders, meeting emissions reduction targets and is on target to generate $1 billion in annual free cash flow this year. And inside its C-suite, a millennial woman from Colombia is showing everyone how it’s done.
2022-09-29 - Mitsubishi and the Port of Corpus Christi Authority will look into the possibility of making low-emission ammonia, produced from natural gas but eliminating emissions by capturing and storing the emitted carbon nearby, a source said.
2022-10-19 - The consortium's potential hydrogen and ammonia production project would transform the U.S. Gulf Coast into a renewable export hub through the development of pipeline and ammonia export infrastructure.
2022-10-03 - Brookfield’s capital commitment to carbon recylcer LanzaTech, which will be used to back projects meeting conditions agreed upon by the two companies, could ultimately rise to $1 billion.
2022-11-09 - CEOs from NextEra Energy Resources, Shell USA and LanzaTech discuss what it takes to transform the energy sector.