What Does The Future Hold For ESG Reporting?
Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) matters are critical to understanding the full risk profile of a company and how prepared it is to drive long-term growth, performance, and shareholder value while managing or mitigating risk. ESG issues are evolving across all industries and are a critical business imperative that requires a strategic, multi-stakeholder approach so investors, boards and stakeholders can put their investments and companies on a path towards a sustainable “energy transition”.
ESG is the future of energy investing. Instead of being designated as a separate discipline, ESG is becoming an integral part of how investors analyze how companies create long-term value and growth on their way to an energy transition. So, how can companies transition to such an ambitious goal? By partnering with an experienced business advisor who understands their business operations and possesses the operational and technological acumen of how to plan, implement, and execute a sound regulatory framework.
We drive improved performance, manage risk, and enhance market position by leveraging the following areas of expertise:
We offer a full suite of advisory services to ESG stakeholders, including in-house reservoir engineering and geoscience capabilities, that is unmatched by competition.
Energy–it’s what we do. Substantially all our clients are energy companies and/or energy investors. We have served over 200 clients across every sector of the energy industry.
We have built and maintained strong relationships with key energy industry stakeholders such as industry companies, private equity, law firms and other capital providers.
“One Firm” is a core tenant of Opportune. It means that although we may have different teams on a single project, the interaction between and management of the teams are seamless. There is never competition between our service lines.