Range Resource’s Senior Vice President, Scott Roy, was recently invited to speak with Hart Energy’s Editorial Director, Len Vermillion, on the Company’s industry-leading environmental sustainability approach along with the future of the natural gas.
The interview comes shortly after Range Resources published its 2020 Corporate Sustainability Report, which announced the Company’s goal of reaching net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2025.
“Our experience has been that learning forward and engaging in the discussion and committing to goals will draw others to the conversation,” Roy said.
“With that in mind, our take is that by articulating aggressive but achievable goals including net-zero within the next five years, along with a transparent disclosure, facts-supported accounting of our performance on a whole host of issues, hopefully will allow more folks to understand what we understand—that natural gas is part of the solution,” he said.
Roy explained that reforestation and forest management efforts, paired with new technology, will help offset emissions into the future. To help reduce our carbon footprint, Range has continuously implemented innovative technology, such as an all-electric frac fleet, to provide affordable and clean-burning fuel to Americans.
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