Talos Energy Releases 2021 ESG report PRNewswireTalos Energy Releases 2021 ESG report PRNewswire
Impact Investing Forum 2022
London. April 28-29, 2022.
HOUSTON, December 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Talos Energy Inc. (“Talos”) (“Talos”) published today its second annual environmental and social governance (“ESG”) report to stakeholders. This report highlights the Company’s continued focus on environmental, safety, and health, as well as positive impacts on employees and communities. Talos has significantly increased the volume and quality and aligned with industry standards. Our goal each year is to improve the quality and standard of our reporting, as well as the key metrics that strengthen our role in corporate citizenship. We believe that the Gulf of Mexico is an important part of the global energy story. It is a basin where vital resources that fuel our daily lives can safely be developed and with the lowest carbon footprints. This report contains many positive aspects that our employees are proud of, including our safety record and environmental record, community involvement, and the culture that we have created as a Top Employer for nine consecutive years. We have transformed from being one of the largest independent energy producers in the Gulf of Mexico into a total energy solutions company that focuses on both energy production as well as industrial carbon capture and storage. We are excited about the future role we will play in our industry. “ABOUT TALOS ENERGY Talos Energy (NYSE TALO) is a technically driven independent exploration-production company that aims to maximize long-term value. Its operations are currently in the United States and offshore Mexico. They operate both upstream through oil-and gas exploration and production, and downstream through the development and storage of future carbon capture and storage possibilities. We are one of the largest independent producers in the Gulf of Mexico and we use decades of operational and technical expertise to acquire, explore, and develop assets in key geological trends found in many offshore basins. We are focusing on environmental stewardship and using our expertise to explore industrial emission reduction opportunities through our carbon capture-and-storage initiatives along the U.S. Gulf Coast. For more information, visit www.talosenergy.com.TALOS ENERGY INVESTOR RELATIONS CONTACTSergio Maiworm
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