• Founding member of Our Nation’s Energy (ONE) Future coalition, a group of 16 companies working to reduce methane emissions across the natural gas value chain
  • Consistently out-perform stated ONE Future enterprise-wide Methane Intensity target of 0.36%; most recent assessment in 2019 showed rate of 0.056%
  • In 2019, we conducted Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) surveys on 100% of our operating facilities and our methane intensity remains a fraction of the national average
  • Focused on facilities optimization, reducing emissions while increasing operational efficiencies
  • We included a Climate Change Scenario Analysis as of July 2018 in our Corporate Responsibility Report


  • For the fourth year in a row, we have been fresh water neutral—meaning we restore more freshwater within local watersheds, via conservation projects, than we use in our operations
  • Over 11 billion gallons of freshwater have been returned to the environment since 2014, through 10 conservation projects in 4 different states. In 2020, we will return 2.4 billion gallons of freshwater in Pennsylvania and West Virginia
  • We received the highest score among North America’s 30 largest publicly-traded oil and gas producers in “Disclosing the Facts 2019: Transparency and Risk in Water & Chemicals Management for Hydraulic Fracturing Operations”, a report released by advocacy groups As You Sow and Boston Common Asset Management


  • Removed 1.3 million truckloads of water off the roadways since 2010 by installing water pipelines to support Appalachia operations
  • Our safety emphasis has lead to a 52% reduction in our Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) since 2014, and we strive to continue to improve year over year

To learn more about sustainable development at SWN, please see our full Corporate Responsibility Report available on our website at ““.