Michael Rubio, General Manager, ESG and Sustainability, Chevron
06 July 2021
Michael Rubio, General Manager, ESG and Sustainability at Chevron joins us to talk about Chevron’s approach towards ESG and the Energy Transition at a time of rising ESG headwinds. He explains how Oil & Gas companies can position themselves to ensure that they can continue to meet shareholder expectations and remain competitive as the world transitions to a low carbon economy. He also shares his thoughts on the growth potential of different low carbon business lines and the importance of ESG metrics in helping investors to measure and compare the performance of different industry players.
Episode recorded on 8th June 2021
Michael Rubio is General Manager, ESG and Sustainability at Chevron. Michael works closely with Chevron’s senior leadership to develop the company’s strategy on ESG issues and sustainability. He leads Chevron’s outreach to shareholders and key stakeholders on these issues. Michael joined Chevron in 2013 as the Manager for State Government Affairs in California, Oregon, and Washington. Prior to joining Chevron, Michael served in the California State Senate and emerged as a leader on issues related to the California Environmental Quality Act.
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