Feb 22, 2022
APA Corporation (Nasdaq: APA) today announced both short and long-term ESG goals directly tied to employee incentive compensation. The goals encompass a broad ESG strategy to address some of the most important environmental and social focus areas for APA including emissions, workforce safety, workplace engagement, and supplier resilience and diversity.
“We are committed to producing the energy the world needs in a responsible manner, which drives us to set aggressive ESG targets,” said John J. Christmann IV, APA’s CEO and president. “Our goals are intentionally challenging and focused on near-term actions so we can drive immediate and impactful results. Looking ahead, oil and natural gas will continue to play a significant role in our daily lives, and we will continue to meet energy demands in an innovative and sustainable way.”
Short-Term Incentive Compensation Goals
Building upon the successful achievement of our ESG goals set in 2021, APA is introducing the following new short-term ESG goals for this year.
Long Term Incentive Compensation Goal
APA is committed to leading by example when taking on the challenges of environmental, social and governance goals. For the first time, APA is setting an ambitious goal directly tied to long-term incentive compensation. Specifically, by the end of 2024, the company will deliver capital and operational projects that collectively will eliminate at least 1M tonnes of annualized CO2 emissions. The emissions eliminated will be verified by a third party.
For more information on APA’s ESG efforts, please visit www.apacorp.com/sustainability.
APA Corporation owns consolidated subsidiaries that explore for and produce oil and natural gas in the United States, Egypt and the United Kingdom and that explore for oil and natural gas offshore Suriname. APA posts announcements, operational updates, investor information and press releases on its website, www.apacorp.com. Additional details regarding Suriname, ESG performance and other investor-related topics are posted at investor.apacorp.com.
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