July 5, 2017 - 1:00 AM EDT
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RepRisk Releases Special Report on the Oil & Gas Sector

Report highlights projects in North and South America, Russia, and Africa, along with the ESG issues they are facing

RepRisk, a leading business intelligence provider specialized in ESG and business conduct risk, has released its Special Report on the Oil & Gas sector, an industry that faces environmental, social, and governance (ESG) challenges due to the nature of its exploration and production activities.

The report was compiled using RepRisk’s risk profiles and adverse data on companies and projects from around the world, based on RepRisk’s daily screening of big data to identify relevant business conduct risks.

With this report, RepRisk aims to shed some light on the scale of challenges faced by oil and gas companies today, as they strive to meet the rising global demand for energy, while adhering to their commitments to operate sustainably.

To read the full report click here.

About RepRisk

RepRisk is a leading research and business intelligence provider, specializing in ESG and business conduct risks.

As a premium due diligence solution, RepRisk helps clients prevent and mitigate business conduct risks related to their operations, business relationships, and investments.

Since 2006, RepRisk has leveraged artificial intelligence and human analysis to translate big data into actionable analytics and metrics. With daily updates, universal coverage, and curated adverse data on companies, projects, sectors, and countries, RepRisk offers a suite of a powerful risk management and compliance services.

Headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, RepRisk serves clients worldwide, enabling them to reduce blind spots and shed light on risks that can have reputational, compliance, and financial impacts on a company.

For more information, please visit www.reprisk.com.

Gina Walser, Sales and Marketing
Phone: +41 43 300 54 48
Email: [email protected]

Source: Business Wire (July 5, 2017 - 1:00 AM EDT)

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