ESG is here to stay, and questions abound.

Does my company understand its roles in ESG performance? Are we integrating ESG into our operations or simply focused on the next sustainability report? What’s considered material data for our company? What metrics and goals should we be using? Is leadership committed to ESG? Is the rest of the organization embracing it?

Across the energy sector, some companies are just beginning their ESG journey. Others have already begun integrating new practices and technologies into operations and are executing on stretch goals.

While there’s no silver bullet for ESG success, there are principles for reaching the objectives most important to your company.

Riding the ESG Wave

In October, Hart Energy’s new Energy Transition Capital Conference brought hundreds of energy finance professionals together in Houston for a "first-of-its-kind" program packed with insights into the multi-trillion-dollar low-carbon market.

Set for Nov. 29 at the Westin Houston (Memorial City), the in-person Energy ESG Conference promises the same level of top-tier networking alongside a dozen informative sessions presented by leaders in the sustainability, investment, and energy communities. The event will be capped with a networking reception celebrating Oil and Gas Investor’s Influential Women in Energy “Class of ‘21".

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The speaker roster for this year’s live Energy ESG conference (the 2020 edition was virtual) includes headline-making companies and executives from:

Chesapeake Energy
Project Canary
Energy Workforce & Technology Council
3P Energy Capital
Tailwater Capital
Kairos Aerospace

To view the agenda and register, visit