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HEP ‘Most Improved’ In GRESB

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US midstream company Howard Energy Partners (HEP) has been named as the most improved in the GRESB 2021 Infrastructure Assessment.

GRESB (formerly Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark) is an index which assesses the environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) performance of assets including buildings and infrastructure. It is one of the world’s leading sustainability benchmarks, used as a comparison tool by investment funds to rate the quality of their investments regarding sustainability.

HEP’s assets include natural gas and crude oil gathering and transportation pipelines, natural gas processing plants, liquid storage terminals, deep-water dock and terminal facilities, and rail, terminal and transloading facilities in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Pennsylvania in the US and in Mexico.

Brandon Burch, executive vice president and chief operations officer of HEP said the company is proud of the GRESB recognition as it is testament to the company’s ongoing efforts to provide clean, reliable energy.

“We are proud to celebrate the achievements made by this year’s most improved organizations. Your dedication to advancing ESG transparency and performance is helping accelerate the whole industry’s progress towards a more sustainable world,” said Sebastien Roussotte, CEO of GRESB. “ESG transparency and improved performance have never been more important, and it is inspiring to see such a high level of dedication from the industry, particularly when so much has been disrupted by the pandemic this last year.”

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