Top 3 Challenges To Mitigating Gas Flaring & Why ESG Investors Should Care

Top 3 Challenges to Mitigating Gas Flaring & Why ESG Investors Should Care


Here’s why institutional investors, private equity firms and oil and gas companies facing ESG challenges should take a closer look into how they can take an active part in mitigating gas flaring. Natural gas flaring (the controlled combustion of natural gas utilizing a flare stack) continues to be a central…

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Reid Brooks is a Director in Opportune LLP’s Complex Financial Reporting practice based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Reid has over 12 years of experience providing clients across energy sectors with a full range of advisory services. Most recently, Reid has been focused on helping his clients with their ESG processes and reporting. Before joining Opportune, Reid held positions of increasing responsibly at ONEOK Inc. in Tulsa. Reid is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensed in the State of Oklahoma and is member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

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