It’s not often you’ll hear an executive from EOG Resources Inc. speak publicly. However, Pam Roth, vice president of government relations for the company, noted this subject’s growing importance.
In an exclusive interview, Roth sat down with Hart Energy’s Jessica Morales to discuss all the work EOG Resources is doing in the realm of ESG, which she said is a cause that is important to both her and the company.
“Our employees have embraced the companies emission reduction efforts and I am excited to see how EOG’s culture of innovation and technology will continue to drive creative solutions,” Roth said.
In 2020, EOG Resources formed a new group to further this innovation.
“We also think there are opportunities for governments and companies to work together to push this initiative forward,” she added.
Jump to a topic:
- ESG in government policies (:33)
- Environmental stewardship (1:24)
- New Mexico flaring partnership (2:15)
- The “S” and “G” (3:19)
- What more can the industry do? (5:57)
- EOG’s regulatory stance (7:39)
- Advice to the industry (8:43)
Roth was also recently recognized as one of Hart Energy’s 25 Influential Women in Energy.
View the full on-demand video interviews featuring this year’s honorees at HartEnergyConferences.com/Women-in-Energy
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