ESG Reporting and Compliance: It’s Time to Plan Ahead

With growing expectations for transparent ESG reporting, companies should begin planning their reporting structure now.

Greg Englert, Weaver
ESG Reporting and Compliance: It’s Time to Plan Ahead

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Many oil and gas companies consider ESG reporting a mixed blessing. Small and mid-sized companies may question whether the cost and effort of producing ESG reports, which can be significant, are worth the trouble. But the good news is that we’re seeing consistent, meaningful ESG reporting becoming a critical element for many organizations and shareholders.

Shareholders and investors have begun to expect energy companies to manage their impact on the environment, create a diverse workforce, ensure the integrity of their data and address governance issues like board diversity and business ethics.

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