It’s late 1990, and the Clean Air Act has just been amended, introducing new limitations around sulfur content in fuel due to the significant threats of acid rain, air pollution, and more. Fast forward 30 years, and sulfur is something that every oil and gas company optimizes for constantly.
As efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are ramping, where countries are releasing new aggressive emissions reduction targets, investors and stakeholders are demanding tangible ESG progress, and market demand for low emissions certified products is on the rise, why should we think about today’s ESG attributes any differently?
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Ian is the Co-Founder & CTO at Validere. With a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Harvard, Ian is an interdisciplinary scientist whose inventions have been recognized with an R&D 100 Award and featured in Scientific American.
Craig oversees the ESG advisory practice at Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co, advising the firm’s corporate clients on emerging ESG issues and strategic considerations. He began his energy career in equity research in Canada, before migrating to both equity sales and management roles with global investment banks in Toronto and New York.
Validere provides the only product data cloud for the oil and gas industry.
The platform delivers real-time visibility into the true composition and quality of oil and gas that enables organizations to identify operational efficiencies, make the highest-margin trading decisions, and drive tangible ESG improvements.
With more than 40 of North America’s leading energy companies relying on Validere’s insights, it is transforming the world’s largest supply chain by making critical product quality data accessible and actionable.