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Content Types: Report
Date: April, 2024

Building blocks being stacked one after the other with green, environmental symbols on them.

Expro, a provider of energy services, has highlighted the company’s achievements in 2023 along with the progress it has towards its near- and long-term environmental, social and governance (ESG) objectives.

In its 2023 ESG report available here, the company highlighted projects delivered throughout the year, including a custom solution to support the testing of new geothermal technologies in Oklahoma and supporting a pilot project in Japan with carbon capture utilisation.

“In an ever-evolving energy landscape, Expro remains steadfast in our commitment to driving positive change,” remarked Mike Jardon, Chief Executive Officer of Expro. “I am proud to share our achievements from 2023 in this comprehensive report which serves as a testament to our progress in environmental, social, and governance strategies, underscoring the integral role partnerships play in cultivating sustainability for Expro and our clients.

“As we step into 2024, we remain dedicated to fostering a low-carbon future and intend to play a key role in enabling a low-carbon transition.”

Standouts from the 2023 ESG report identified by Expro included: 
• Developing lower carbon solutions: Expro has turned commitments into actions to help address customers’ most complex challenges in sustainability. This includes new developments in game-changing projects spanning carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS), natural hydrogen and geothermal in Australia, Colombia, Germany and Japan.
• Reducing Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions: Expro reduced emissions by 11% from a 2021 baseline, driven by increased use of renewable energy while increasing its ability to track Scope 3 emissions, setting the stage to further integrate ESG reduction initiatives throughout the supply chain.
• Advancing the Expro portfolio with sustainable energy solutions: Expro took large strides forward in its work within the areas of geothermal and CCUS, adapting the company’s solutions across three emerging markets.
• Prioritising safety: The organisation renewed its commitment to safety in the workplace along with the second annual Expro ENGAGE initiative designed to focus on highlighting employees’ safety successes, while teaching and reinforcing best practices, and reducing the company’s Lost Time Incident Frequency (LTIF) to just 0.06.
• Fostering a collaborative and inclusive culture: Believing in the importance of diversity in the organisation, Expro is reaping the benefits of a collaborative and inclusive workplace where ideas are shared through the rollout of Expro Culture of Care and the 2023 Elevate employee pulse survey that ultimately informed company action plans for 2024.

Hannah Rumbles, Expro Director of Sustainability, Marketing and Communications, added, “I am excited to advance our commitment to innovating with purpose, grounded in our values of People, Performance, Partnerships and Planet. Over the past year, we’ve focused on the maturation of our approach to sustainability that we expect will accelerate our journey to a low-carbon future. With this strong momentum, we remain committed to empowering our customers while strengthening our own sustainability practices and performance.”