CNX publishes sustainability report

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Canonsburg-based CNX Resources Corp., a ultra-low carbon intensive natural gas development, production, midstream, and technology company, recently released its 13th annual corporate sustainability report.

The report highlights the company’s corporate strategy and investment approach. The 2023 edition outlines the company’s dedication to transparency, innovation, environmental stewardship, and community engagement.

“This document tells the story of our ongoing strategic journey—a journey that has clearly positioned CNX as a differentiated energy solutions company poised to once again lead an energy renaissance from right here in the heart of Appalachia,” CNX Chief Risk Officer Hayley Scott said.

Highlights include:

The median employee compensation was $176,000, which is 178 percent higher than the Pittsburgh region’s median household income.

The company had a 30 percent year-over-year decline in the production segment’s operational methane intensity.

Since 2020, the company has reduced methane carbon dioxide equivalent (CO₂e) emissions by more than 171,000 tons. In addition, the company has captured approximately 9.1 million metric tons of waste methane CO₂e.

The company invested $7 million in methane emissions reductions, and achieved an annualized benefit of 85,000 tons of CO₂e. This was achieved via improvements to pneumatic devices and liquids unloading procedures.

The company invested more than $19 million to upgrade and expand its water infrastructure.