Hart Energy proudly announces its new Energy ESG Awards, a recognition program for those organizations making a significant impact on environmental, social or governance objectives in the field, in their communities and in the business.
Companies that have proven innovations in reducing environmental impact, have made social and community contributions, and/or have shown innovative leadership practices/directives and company cultures will be honored. Awards will be presented during Hart Energy’s upcoming Energy ESG conference, Nov. 29, 2021, in Houston. These ESG champions also will be highlighted with in-depth profiles inside a special section of the December issue of Oil and Gas Investor and on social media platforms.
Nominations are open to producers, operators, service companies and midstream companies. Nominations must be submitted by Aug. 27, 2021.
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