For US E&Ps, Consolidation Comes With Big Emissions Task

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  • US operators' absolute emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs) are increasing as they consolidate assets, adding a level of complexity to the integration process.
  • But the bigger names with robust sustainability strategies claim consolidation will in fact accelerate emissions reductions, given their focus on the issue.
  • In some cases, inaccurate inventories of acquired emissions sources have muddled operators' strategies.

The Issue

Corporate Strategy , Methane Emissions, Independent E&Ps, M&A, ESG
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