At Tallgrass, we pride ourselves on our commitment to operating safely and efficiently. In doing so, we deliver the services U.S. citizens and corporations need to fuel their homes and businesses and to manufacture products that enable our everyday quality of life. This commitment does not stop with our goal of zero unsafe behaviors. It extends to how we manage our balance sheet for financial strength and stability, how we attract, retain and develop our employees, how we nurture long-term customer relationships, how we treat the people we encounter in the communities we touch and how we strive to preserve our world for future generations.
At every level of the company, we’re committed to doing the right thing. That means we act ethically and responsibly from an environmental, social and governance perspective, and by doing that we add value to all our stakeholders, including investors, customers, employees, business partners and communities.
Across the globe, passionate discussions are taking place every day regarding climate change and what actions we can take as companies and as individuals to preserve and protect the environment for those who come behind us. At Tallgrass, we’re committed to sustainable business practices on all fronts, including environmental, health and safety, strong governance policies, prudent financial practices and formal efforts to attract, develop and retain the best possible talent.
We voluntarily participate in actions to reduce methane emissions and minimize our environmental impact across all projects and day-to-day operations. We constantly explore technological advances to ensure the safe operation of all our facilities and make us even better. We understand the impact we have on the communities in which we have a presence, and we make every effort to reach out and engage with stakeholders to listen and understand their views and to share ours. As a responsible corporate citizen, we want to be able to look our neighbors in the eye, shake their hands and partner with them – not only today but for years to come. We can’t do that if we don’t treat them fairly.
We believe we have some of the best talent in the industry on the Tallgrass team, and we’re focused on creating and nurturing a culture of excellence and continuous improvement and a work environment that will enable us to attract and retain that level of talent for the long term. For the last five years, Tallgrass has been named one of The Denver Post’s Top Workplaces, recognition that validates the work we’ve done over the years to build a culture that inspires employees to give their best every day. I’m both honored and humbled to be a part of the Tallgrass team.
William R. Moler
Chief Executive Officer