Not a drill: Alt data providers push oil and gas for investment

As the oil and gas industries say they're “greening” operations, vendors are offering ESG data and metrics to help investment professionals understand future risks and financial returns.

Some industries—such as concrete, and extractive industries like oil and gas drilling—are major polluters and contributors to climate change, but they’re integral to human civilization. Investment professionals may opt to leave these companies out of portfolios that screen for or are tilted according to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria. However, alternative data providers are offering data to help portfolio managers recognize the greening efforts of corporates in extractive

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