Getting Ahead of the Curve
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Getting your arms around environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues can be quite a task. As one observer noted, current criteria used to evaluate ESG issues are “highly diverse on a massively complex subject.” ESG issues have never before claimed such importance. Public companies, no matter in what sector they may operate, “ignore this at their peril,” according to Pavel Molchanov, an energy research analyst at Raymond James & Associates Inc.
All things considered, where do the chips fall for energy firms trying to navigate ESG issues? Like it or not, ESG-related issues are now front and center among investors, particularly those who view energy as having entered an era of “abundance” from a previous one marked by energy scarcity.
Dive into challenges facing public and private companies today. ESG-related issues are now front and center among investors, particularly those who view energy as having entered an era of “abundance” from a previous one marked by energy scarcity.
ESG issues are here to stay. Companies initiating ESG policies into their corporate cultures proactively send a message to investors that a plan is in place to handle these issues.
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