EIC/GPA Midstream ESG Reporting Template
Enterprise has distinguished itself within the midstream industry through innovative and creative solutions which provide flow assurance and market access for our customers. As we continue to grow, we remain squarely focused on three foundational areas that reflect our commitment to being a safe and reliable operator: 1) safety and environmental protection; 2) productive engagement with the community and other stakeholders; and 3) capable and well-trained personnel with access to the resources necessary to perform their jobs effectively. We realize our ability to continue being a leading energy company will be based on how well we engage on issues related to these priorities, and how successful we are at integrating them into our business strategy and operations. Click here to learn more about Enterprise Products.
Safety & Environmental Leadership
We believe the Board of Directors of our general partner should play a critical role in the vision and oversight of our sustainability efforts, while cultivating an environment that allows for continued leadership and direction from subject matter experts across our organization. As Enterprise continues to grow, we remain squarely focused on our commitment to being a safe, reliable operator and a good steward of the environment. This includes an emphasis on safety and environmental protection; productive engagement with the community and other stakeholders; and qualified and well-trained personnel with access to the resources necessary to perform their jobs effectively and safely. Our Board of Directors, through its Governance Committee, provides oversight on sustainability related matters including Enterprise’s environmental, transportation compliance, health and safety policies, procedures, programs and initiatives, and executive compensation, among others.
Safety Leadership Council
In addition to oversight provided by the Board of Directors, Enterprise has established a cross-functional task force comprised of leaders throughout our organization who are subject matter experts in various areas related to safety and sustainability. This task force, known within Enterprise as the “Safety Leadership Council”, meets weekly to engage on safety and environmental stewardship and to review our latest safety and pipeline integrity performance data. The Safety Leadership Council reviews safety and environmental events, as well as the effectiveness of our safety awareness communication and training programs. This task force provides key leadership on sustainability and includes representation from our Board of Directors; executive management; and organizational groups throughout the company representing Commercial; Asset Optimization; Operations; Trucking and Marine; Corporate Risk; Finance and Investor Relations; Environmental, Health, Safety and Training (EHS&T); and Transportation Compliance.
Stakeholder & Community Engagement
The long-life and linear nature of much of our infrastructure requires that we create permanent relationships with the landowners with whom we negotiate and the communities in which our assets reside. Accordingly, we engage early, mindfully and regularly with landowners, local communities, legislators and regulators on our projects and operations to obtain and respond to their input.
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Our success is dependent upon the success of our people. The Enterprise culture promotes creativity, innovation and teamwork, all of which are key to making Enterprise a long-term, viable company. Dan Duncan, our late chairman and co-founder of Enterprise, believed “The way we do business is as important as the business we do.” We are confident the initiatives detailed in this section of our website, backed by our dedicated work force, reflect this philosophy in action and illustrate Enterprise’s commitment to provide the highest quality service, protecting the safety and health of our affiliate's employees, contractors and communities, and fostering environmental responsibility.
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