Alyeska Pipeline Service Company releases inaugural ESG Report
Alyeska Pipeline Service Company has published its first Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) report, highlighting its dedication to environmental stewardship, sustainable practices, and safe operations of the Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS). The report, showcasing activity and results from 2022, is now available for download here.
“Our inaugural ESG report is a testament to our enduring promise to the environment and the communities we serve,” said John Kurz, Alyeska President and CEO. “Since our inception, we have upheld a steadfast commitment to sustainability and safe operations. This report highlights our ongoing dedication to transparency and accountability as we navigate the complex challenges and opportunities of the modern energy landscape.”
With a company legacy dating back to 1970, Alyeska has proudly operated TAPS since its startup in 1977. This landmark achievement underscores the company’s deep-rooted commitment to the responsible transportation of Alaska’s vital energy resources. With approximately 740 full-time employees and collaborating closely with numerous contract and industry partners, Alyeska continues to exemplify a culture of excellence in the energy sector.
The ESG report provides a comprehensive overview of Alyeska’s 2022 initiatives, strategies, and performance in key areas such as environmental impact, social responsibility, and governance practices. From innovative environmental protection measures to proactive engagement with local communities to spotlights on employees, the report highlights Alyeska’s multifaceted approach to fostering a sustainable future.