EagleClaw Midstream announced it has achieved several milestone ESG goals, such as sourcing 100 percent of its required electricity from renewable energy sources, the company’s contributions and support to its communities throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and the appointment of its first independent board member.
EagleClaw Midstream is the largest privately-owned midstream services provider in the Delaware Basin and operates a supersystem comprised of three interconnected natural gas processing complexes representing 1.3 Bcf/day of processing capacity.
EagleClaw Midstream announced it has executed an agreement to source 100 percent of the electricity it uses in its operations from renewable energy sources, beginning April 1, 2021.
“This agreement is one initiative within our broader sustainability plan to reshape how we operate, to limit our impact on the environment, to make our workplace even safer, and to deepen our stakeholder relationships,” said Jamie Welch, president and CEO of EagleClaw Midstream.
Welch noted the agreement will ensure the company has a reliable, secure and cost-effective source of renewable energy for the foreseeable future. For the company’s customers, this creates tremendous adjunct benefits as it materially reduces overall indirect (scope 2) emissions by providing natural gas gathering and processing services for their production.
EagleClaw Midstream is the first major gathering and processing company in the Permian Basin to procure 100 percent of its power for its operations from renewable energy sources.
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