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Q&A: Transparency and Standardization in ESG Reporting

Environment  ESG  climate change policy 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted June 24, 2021

As an integral of its Climate Action Framework, API has developed a template of core greenhouse gas (GHG) indicators to guide individual natural gas and oil companies in their climate-related reporting. The template will help standardize reporting on a base set of specific indicators. Companies that use the template will do so in 2022 to report 2021 data. In the Q&A below, Dr. Aaron Padilla, API manager of climate and ESG policy, explains what the template is, how it was developed and its role in industry’s efforts to address the risks of climate change.

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EPA's GHG Refinery Guidance Comes Too Late

clean air act  domestic energy  energy policy  environmental protection agency  epa  ghg  greenhouse gas emissions  greenhouse gas regulations  greenhouse gases  climate change policy  emission reductions 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 10, 2010

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today took two significant steps toward its proposed greenhouse gas (GHG) regulations for stationary sources. It released guidance to help states and local permitting agencies implement controls on GHGs, and it issued "white papers" to refineries, power plants, pulp and paper mills and other industries outlining the Best Available Control Technologies (BACT) that can be used to reduce GHGs. 

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