PATH FORWARD: Range Resources SVP Talks Being a Leader among US Shale Producers on ESG

K. Scott Roy, senior vice president of Range Resources, recently joined Hart Energy to discuss the U.S. shale producer’s net-zero ambitions and its outlook on natural gas in the energy transition.

PATH FORWARD: Range Resources SVP Talks Being a Leader among US Shale Producers on ESG

Range Resources Corp. recently put itself on the forefront of the growing discussion around ESG after the Fort Worth, Texas-based independent E&P company became one of the first shale producers to set a net-zero emissions target.

A natural gas and NGL producer with operations focused in the Appalachian Basin, Range said it is already a leader in emissions reductions among its peers. However, in late August, the company announced plans to further those emissions reductions by targeting net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2025.

Following the announcement, K. Scott Roy, senior vice president of Range Resources, joined Hart Energy Editorial Director Len Vermillion to discuss the U.S. shale producer’s net-zero ambitions and why Range believes natural gas will be an important part of the mix in the energy transition.

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Len Vermillion

Len Vermillion is Hart Energy's editorial director. Based in Houston, Texas, he manages an editorial department consisting of HartEnergy.com, Oil and Gas Investor, E&P and Midstream Business, as well as nine digital newsletters and several special projects.