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Fracking Supplier to Disclose 100% of Chemicals

Oil and gas industry supplier Baker Hughes says it will disclose all chemicals used in its hydraulic fracturing fluids. The company says it’s committed to full disclosure and says it’s possible to disclose 100 percent of chemicals used “without compromising our formulations — a balance that increases public trust while … Read more »

Anadarko, Encana, Pioneer, Apache Have Greatest Fracking Water Risks

Anadarko, Encana, Pioneer, Apache Have Greatest Fracking Water Risks

Anadarko, Encana, Pioneer and Apache have the highest exposure to water exposure risks among hydraulic fracturing companies, according to a report by Ceres. But many more companies connected to fracking face long-term water sourcing risks, according to the non-profit. These include the top three service providers, Halliburton, Schlumberger and Baker Hughes, … Read more »

US Firms Dominate Sustainability Yearbook

US Firms Dominate Sustainability Yearbook

Ten US-based companies including Abbott, Alcoa, Baker Hughes and Molson Coors have been awarded gold medals for sustainability practices in the RobecoSAM Sustainability Yearbook 2014. This places the US higher than any other country in the rankings. The gold medal-winning US companies also include Ball Corp, Citigroup, Humana, Life Technologies, Owens Corning and … Read more »

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Fracking Companies Up Recycled Water Use

Halliburton, Baker Hughes and FTS International are among the oil and gas companies increasingly using recycled water in hydraulic fracturing. Most fracking to extract shale gas is happening in water-stressed regions of the US, such as Texas and Colorado, both of which are in the midst of prolonged drought conditions. … Read more »

Exxon, Microsoft, Target Added to Dow Jones Index; IBM Dropped

Exxon, Microsoft, Target Added to Dow Jones Index; IBM Dropped

Exxon, Microsoft, Canadian National Railway and Target are among the largest companies added to, and IBM, GlaxoSmithKline and United Technologies among those dropped from, one of the world’s leading sustainability indices. Swiss-based investment firm SAM and Dow Jones Indexes released the 2012 Dow Jones Sustainability Index review, which tracks the … Read more »