Environmental. Social. Governance.

Olympus Energy’s approach to its Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) program is based on securing and protecting our “Social License to Operate,” and creating a sustainable business model for natural gas development in Appalachia. We will relentlessly focus on our guiding principles of reducing our operational impact, striving for operational excellence, partnering with our communities and all of our stakeholders, and integrating ESG considerations and diverse thought into our decision making. These four pillars are the lens through which we evaluate our programs and guide our path forward.

The Olympus team is committed to developing meaningful partnerships with charitable organizations, public entities that serve the people of our community, and our landowners and business partners. These partnerships provide economic stimulus to our local and regional economy and promote strong values within the social fabric of our communities.
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Each Olympus employee has an innate drive towards excellence that fuels our way of thinking. This mindset allows for continuous improvement of our processes and programs that deliver measurable results stakeholders.
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At Olympus, we are committed to achieving zero environmental impacts due to spills, but we’re also steadfast in our efforts to actively search for ways to reduce disruptions to the natural landscape of our communities as part of its overall planning process.
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Diversity. Inclusion. Equity. They’re more than just words at Olympus. We are passionate about our team and their ability to bring their whole authentic selves to work. Our vision for integrating diversity is an expansion of this feeling that permeates through our relationships with diverse vendors and community groups that that share a passion for what is right and fair.
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Community Investment Highlights: Emmaus Bingo and Hot Chocolate Volunteer Event

We closed out the year with our friends at Emmaus where more than a dozen employees spent theafternoon...

Community Investment Highlights: Westmoreland County Food Bank

Last December, our team was grateful to partner again with Westmoreland County Food Bankto support their...

Community Investment Highlights: Emergency Vehicle for Penn Township

Penn Township Emergency Management Agency (EMA) will add a communications truck totheir fleet of emergency...