There is a growing movement among the investment community to dive deeper into sustainability issues that impact company performance and shareholder value-generally now referred to as Environmental Social Governance (ESG). This movement continues to gain traction in a time when the regulatory agenda has changed significantly under the Trump Administration. ESG is particularly significant for the energy sector, specifically as shareholder resolutions surrounding climate change continue to take center stage in the media and in the boardroom.
On July 12 BPC convened a panel of experts to examine the current state of this movement in the oil and gas sector and explore what’s coming next.
Director of Policy and Social Responsibility, HBW Resources
Panel Discussion with:
Manager of Policy and Emerging Issues, Phillips 66
Director of Climate Change Compliance, National Grid
Director of Legal Policy and Outreach, SASB
Director of Health, Safety and Environmental Affairs, Apache Corporation/The Environmental Partnership