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Rebecca Denney to Present on New Climate Strategies in the Oil and Gas Industry at Shale Insight Conference

Rebecca Denney (Texas) will present "Transferred Emissions: New Pressures in the Energy Sector" at Marcellus Shale Coalition's Shale Insight Conference at the Bayfront Convention Center in Erie, Pennsylvania, at 3:15 p.m. EDT on September 28, 2022. Geosyntec will be sponsoring her talk.

Chuck Whisman, P.E., (Pennsylvania), Amy Mifflin (New Jersey), Eric Kovich, P.E., (Florida), and Ken Smith, P.G., (Pennsylvania) will also attend.

Rebecca Denney is a Senior Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Professional with 10 years of experience in air quality, carbon management, environmental risk management, environmental compliance, sustainability, and corporate social responsibility. Rebecca is a key partner for clients in the oil and gas industry as they initiate and improve their carbon emissions management strategies. She uses her air quality expertise and passion for responsible and sustainable business practices to help guide clients' ESG strategy and corporate sustainability goals.

The Shale Insight conference focuses on American shale energy, manufacturing and jobs and provides an insider's view from the nation's foremost energy leaders and experts on shale development, environmental protection, pipeline investment, and energy-driven manufacturing and jobs.

Founded in 2008, the Marcellus Shale Coalition works with exploration and production, midstream, and supply chain partners in the Appalachian Basin and across the country to address issues regarding the production of natural gas from the Marcellus and Utica Shale plays.


Transferred Emissions: New Pressures in the Energy Sector
Presenter: Rebecca Denney
Date/Time: Wednesday, September 28 at 3:15 p.m. EDT

For the oil and gas industry, the energy transition, ESG investing, and turbulent commodity prices have pushed and pulled business strategy over the past five years. Early on, companies eager to meet the energy transition expectations of their shareholders used divestment as a tool to rapidly decarbonize their asset portfolio. More recently, this concept of M&A activity as a way to meet corporate climate targets has caught the attention of investors and environmental non-governmental organizations/non-governmental organizations (ENGOs/NGOs). As it has become apparent that transferred emissions may hamper macro energy transition goals, companies' strategies need to evolve. In this session, the concept of transferred emissions will be covered broadly and we will offer actionable ways to build effective and credible tools.

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