Energy ESG supplement 2021

2021 Energy ESG Supplement

Building a sustainable enterprise is critically important today for management, employees, the communities in which companies operate and for shareholders and investors. Once focused solely on environmental issues, sustainability has taken on added meaning in human terms, from workforce development and community engagement to transparency in risk mitigation and corporate valuations. The resulting acronym, ESG (environment, social, governance), has been embraced by banks and investors, public and private. Today ESG scorecards help determine the best investments—which projects or organizations
to support.

Hart Energy has published an in-depth report on the state of ESG initiatives in oil and gas. This Energy ESG supplement produces a clear picture of ESG today.

The goal is to ensure the industry is recognized for more than just the “E” and highlight best practices among leading organizations. Sponsors and supporting organizations will be licensed and encouraged to distribute copies of the Energy ESG supplement to their shareholders and other influencers, over and beyond the distribution Hart Energy will be making.

Carbon Capture Cleans the Air, Attracts Investors

The ESG-friendly technology’s adoption may well follow the path of the shale revolution.

E&P Operators’ View: Fine-tuning ESG-focused Operations

Public and private E&P operators alike are grappling with how to approach the evolving energy investment environment that is increasingly focused on ESG best practices. 

Energy ESG Reporting and Disclosures: Accounting for Climate

The energy esg financial reporting requirements you need to prepare for now.

Energy Technology Investment: The Quest for Emissions-free Production

Executives of four energy technology companies discuss how digitalization is making carbon management goals possible in the oil patch.

Path for Producers to Show Their ESG Bona Fides

Oil and gas producers increasingly must disclose their metrics and performance to attract capital and satisfy stakeholder concerns. The good news: how to do so is becoming clearer.

Putting Carbon Emissions Back to Work

Carbon recycling offers the energy sector a technology for offsetting carbon emissions, bolstering an ESG record and gaining favor with investors.

What Do You Have to Do to Get Some (Carbon) Credit?

There is a lot an oil and gas company can be positioned to do to offset emissions, from forest management to plugging leaks.

Why Strong ESG Practice Can Offer a Competitive Advantage

Early ESG adopters in the energy sector have shown profitable results with value in top-line growth.