The oil and gas industry has made strides in beginning to report on ESG initiatives, but there’s still a lot more work yet to be done

The ESG Evolution: Clearing Up Misconceptions

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The oil and gas industry has made strides in beginning to report on ESG initiatives, but there’s still a lot more work yet to be done A few weeks ago, I was in a meeting where ESG was on the agenda. One of the male leaders in the room said,…

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Amy Stutzman is a Managing Director in Opportune’s Complex Financial Reporting Group with eighteen years of experience in technical accounting and SEC reporting.  Amy leads teams that support executive management in understanding the structure and implications of complex transactions such as IPOs and acquisitions. She has strong technical skills and analytical ability and is the firm leader on all U.S. GAAP advisory matters.  Prior to joining Opportune, Amy managed the financial reporting group for Apache Corporation in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and was an audit manager in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ energy practice.

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