Gulf Energy Information survey shows Shell, Schlumberger as leaders in Sustainability

By John Royall, President & CEO, Gulf Energy Information

In my second weekly blog on Sustainability in Oil and Gas, we return to a recent survey, in which Gulf Energy Information asked readers in the upstream, midstream and downstream to name their perceived leaders in Sustainability among operating companies and equipment/service companies.

Among operators, Shell was named the perceived leader by a wide margin over the number-two company. Responses are given below in descending order of perceived leadership:

Because the survey was conducted over readers of Gulf Energy Information media in the upstream, midstream and downstream, respondents were more fragmented in their answers about which OFS firms are perceived as leaders.

Schlumberger was named the perceived leader by a wide margin over other mentions. Responses are given below in descending order of perceived leadership:

Gulf Energy Information is the largest media/market insight company serving the global oil and gas industry. With information brands Petroleum Economist, World Oil, Pipeline & Gas Journal, Pipeline News, Gas Processing & LNG, and Hydrocarbon Processing, the company serves over 300,000, worldwide, with information on industry trends and technologies.

To better understand Sustainability initiatives in oil and gas, Gulf Energy Information will be conducting research and disseminating information on Sustainability through newsletters and conferences. For more information, please contact Sustainability@GulfEnergyInfo.com.

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