TechnipFMC wins NOIA ESG Excellence Award

TechnipFMC has been selected as a winner of this year’s National Outdoor Industries Association Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Excellence Award.

It recognizes the company’s commitment to environmental, social and governance (ESG) actions, including efforts in diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and in energy transformation technologies.

Jonathan Landis, President of Subsea, and Idalis Bernier, Director of Global Environment, received the award on behalf of the TechnipFMC team at a ceremony on Amelia Island, Florida.

“How we do business is as important as why we do business, and we are all proud to win this year’s NOIA ESG Excellence Award,” said Jonathan. “It is a clear recognition of our commitment to respecting the environment, making a difference in our communities, and always operating with integrity.”

“We are constantly working to enhance the performance of our industry and create real change through continuous innovation and global collaboration, and we will do so in a safe and responsible way. Thanks to the work of our colleagues, we are constantly strengthening our environmental, social and governance culture to pave the way for a better future.”

TechnipFMC’s ESG actions extend from efforts to reduce our environmental impact by reducing water use and using renewable energy sources, through supporting local communities through the iVolunteer initiative and efforts to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), to our focus on… Governance that supports the integrity of our business. Some of these initiatives are measured in our annual ESG scorecard, which does not capture everything we do in the ESG space.

“TechnipFMC is exceptional across all criteria for the NOIA ESG Excellence Award, including simple but clear goals, milestones to measure, and especially multiple examples of dashboard tracking for both high-level ESG goals,” said one judge. And local.

“Also particularly impressive is their move into new energy businesses offshore, including carbon capture and storage, floating wind, and long-term hydrogen. They are actively engaged in the energy transition at all levels.

“The commitment to HSE and DEI is also clear and well documented. They have raised the game since last year and are top contenders.

Find out more about our environmental, social and governance (ESG) programs.

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