THREE60 Energy Group launches sustainability advisory service and appoints industry leaders to drive growth
Published by Jessica Casey,
THREE60 Energy Group, a leading independent energy service company offering complete asset life cycle solutions, has launched a new sustainability advisory service, which will be led by recently appointed specialists Guro Tveit, HSEQ and Sustainability Manager, and Anette Svendsen, Discipline Lead Sustainability.
The new service spans the following areas:
- Full exploration and production (E&P) lifecycle support; including the planning and implementation of sustainable engineering solutions and expert advice on aligning operating requirements with sustainability strategies.
- Investment advice and due diligence; this includes advisory services related to applicable investment taxonomy, whilst supporting the relevant due diligence processes to ensure the operator is successful in securing the investment.
- Strategy and corporate governance; this includes policy development which helps operators to effectively and accurately prioritise their approach to managing sustainability across their organisation and maintain momentum when it comes to the energy transition.
- ESG performance monitoring and reporting; THREE60 Energy will help its customers to effectively report and communicate on ESG factors and sustainability performance to key stakeholders, whilst providing recommendations for improving their performance.
THREE60 Energy’s sustainability advisory services are based on the United Nation’s (UN) Sustainable Development Goals, a collection of 17 interlinked global goals designed to be a blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.
The new THREE60 Energy service will be managed by Guro Tveit, HSEQ & Sustainability Manager, who has worked with energy companies including Equinor, AkerBP, Lundin and Suncor during her career to drive their environmental and sustainability strategies.
Anette, who will report to Guro, joins THREE60 Energy from Avinor, a state-owned company operating most of the civil airports in Norway via the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications.
Guro will help to drive company growth through business development activities. This will see the group become a leading provider of sustainable solutions and advisory in this area globally. In the newly created role, she will also provide academic leadership in the discipline and will be responsible for growing THREE60 Energy’s sustainability credentials.
Tveit, said: “I’m very pleased to lead the launch of THREE60 Energy’s new sustainability service and to also welcome Anette to the team. She brings impressive experience to the role having worked on transformational energy projects during her career. Her expertise in sustainable energy practices will further enhance the advisory services in this important area.
“Anette joins at a critical time not only for the energy industry, but for the entire planet. As a result of increased investor appetite for greater visibility of a business’ environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance, and more accurate methods of tracking and improving this, in addition to heightened scrutiny from non-governmental organisations and the general public, energy companies are under more pressure than ever to prioritise sustainability.”
THREE60 Energy Group has strengthened the skills and experience within its team in all of its service lines across key geographies during the past six months to support its growth strategy.
Group CEO, Walter Thain, commented: “This is an extremely exciting time for the business and the energy industry. The launch of our new service, supported by the experience of Guro and Anette, will only serve to enhance the diversity of our offering and further demonstrate our drive to leverage our expertise and technologies to support the energy transition.”
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/exploration/16072021/three60-energy-group-launches-sustainability-advisory-service-and-appoints-industry-leaders-to-drive-growth/
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