The Petroleum Alliance of Oklahoma will host a free program on Wednesday about how bankers can navigate the emissions reporting conversation with their oil and gas customers.
The Alliance is currently working on two fronts on ESG requirements:
1) Make sure new and proposed emissions regulations are workable and practicable, instead of unworkable and punitive … or potentially fatal to Oklahoma oil and gas businesses.
2) Make sure Alliance members are prepared to meet emissions reduction and reporting requirements in a meaningful, cost-effective way.
With those ends in mind, the Alliance felt a presentation to bank lenders trying to figure out how to decipher the emissions reporting conversations with oil and customers would be beneficial to both parties. The Alliance shared a pair of .pdf flyers on items the presentation will touch upon.
The meeting will be at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday at The Petroleum Alliance of Oklahoma at 500 N.E. 4th St., in Oklahoma City.
Those interested in attending this free program can RSVP to OBA President and CEO Adrian Beverage (firstname.lastname@example.org).