EQT Corp. has a plan to unleash U.S. LNG in an effort to address the increasing energy needs and curb international emissions, which, according to the gas producer, is the only way to address climate change.
Hart Energy was joined in an exclusive interview by Will Jordan, executive vice president and general counsel of EQT Corp. who spearheads the company’s ESG initiatives.
Jordan talked about the role of natural gas in solving the urgent need for energy security and climate change, and how EQT is addressing these issues with a concrete ESG strategy. He also said that technology is at the “core of ESG” and has played a key role in helping the oil and gas industry significantly reduce emissions.
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