Impact Selector International (ISI), a provider of downhole conveyance products and related services to customers in the oil, gas and geothermal markets, has announced the company has achieved its goal of net zero emissions for its global operations in 2021.
The net zero target was achieved across all Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions, with CO2 avoidance of an estimated 150,000 operational-hours last year globally – equivalent to 10,000 – 15,000 metric tons of CO2.
The company’s employees were educated and made aware of internal initiatives to reduce emissions, electric vehicle (EV) charging stations were installed at various facilities and a methodology was developed for emissions avoidance.
ISI is continuing to implement a number of initiatives, including investing in energy efficient technologies across its vehicles and facilities; reducing emissions from employees’ commuting, business travel and freight; and investing in carbon sequestration and offset projects in regions where ISI operates.
David Lane, ISI’s Chief Executive Officer said: “As a company whose founding more than three decades ago was anchored around risk reduction and safety improvements for our customers’ activity, it has been a natural evolution for ISI to enhance our path of corporate responsibility by embedding ESG Principles into our culture and to partner with our customers, vendors and local communities to help advance their own sustainable initiatives.
“The ISI culture is built upon an organisation championing diversity and inclusion with transparency and ethics in governance. At the heart of our company is strategic innovation. We take pride in our investments in research, design and engineering that focus on delivering products that lower cost, reduce risk, increase safety and importantly, reduce carbon emissions and CO2evoidance™ for our customers.
“With the support of our talented team of technicians, engineers, and support staff, as well as our senior leadership and our Board of Directors, we will continue to drive innovation while delivering a positive impact on the environment and in the communities we share.”