Kinder Morgan Inc. released its 2022 ESG Report, the company announced in a July 20 press release, highlighting efforts to reduce emissions and methane intensity, investments in renewable energy and disclosing diversity metrics within the company.

The report emphasizes Kinder Morgan’s 2.6% drop in Scope 1 emissions, as well as the company’s continued decrease in methane emissions contributing to overall Scope 1 emissions, the press release said. Kinder Morgan added all of its natural gas gathering and boosting compressor stations to its annual leak detection survey to better catch methane intensity.

“We are very pleased to report a year-over-year decrease in operational Scope 1 emissions, particularly after bringing new projects in service this past year,” said KMI’s COO James Holland.

Also outlined in the report, according to the press release, is the North American energy infrastructure company’s growing investment in renewable natural gas with investments into two renewable diesel hubs in California and a renewable feedstock storage and logistics hub in Louisiana.

The report also disclosed evaluations of Kinder Morgan’s greenhouse gas emissions sources, climate-related lobbying and the percentage of minority and female employees, according to the press release.