Commitment to Sustainability

Our Commitment to the Environment, Health & Safety


At Caerus, we are committed to the vital role the Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) plays in every aspect of the day-to-day operation of our assets. We are dedicated stewards of the environment and care deeply about the health and safety of our employees and contractors and those who live and work in the communities in which Caerus operates.

Caerus has an established and multi-faceted EHS program that utilizes current best management practices to ensure that we continually deliver on our commitments to a safe workplace and protecting the environment. This program includes informative policies, guidance manuals, work protocols, and trainings. The following examples provide an overview of the fundamental aspects of our commitment to EHS:


Emissions Reduction Efforts

Asset Compliance Tracking System – EHS data management

Minimization of surface disturbance by use of multi-well pads and centralized production facilities

Strict adherence to air quality compliance and targeted emissions reductions programs

Best-in-class wildlife mitigation program in partnership with Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Water reuse and recycling

Stormwater management

Reclamation, noxious weed, and vegetation management

Spill response, remediation, and waste management

2020 Sustainability Data


of gas flared

gallons of diesel saved in drilling and completion through use of natural gas


of our wellhead locations monitored using FLIR cameras every other year

sand used in hydraulic fracturing operations


of management compensation tied to sustainability

Caerus is a member of two environmental organizations committed to reducing methane emissions:

The ONE Future Coalition is a group of more than 45 Natural Gas companies working together to voluntarily reduce methane emissions across the Natural Gas value chain to 1% (or less) by 2025. Our coalition is comprised of some of the largest Natural Gas Production, Gathering & Boosting, Processing, Transmission & Storage and Distribution companies in the U.S. and represents more than 15% of the U.S. natural gas value chain.

The Environmental Partnership is comprised of companies in the U.S. oil and natural gas industry committed to continuously improve the industry’s environmental performance.

Participants learn about best practices and technologies, take action, and foster collaboration in order to responsibly develop our nation’s essential natural gas and oil resources.

Health & Safety

OSHA compliance

24/7 On-Call EHS Response Team

Company-wide Health & Safety Manual

EHS training programs for personnel and contractors

Equipment integrity inspections

Regularly scheduled safety meetings

Blackline gas monitoring program

Internal safety award programs to consistently reinforce Caerus’ core value of safety excellence


Caerus is dedicated to empowering women on our team. As of 2020, the management in Caerus is 21% female, and 18% of all other employees are female. We are proud that two of the four members of our executive leadership team, our Chief Operating Officer and our General Counsel, and the heads of our Mineral Land, Accounting, Human Resources, Stakeholder Relations, and EHS departments are women. We continue to support the further development of the women in our organization through, among other initiatives, participation in the Women’s Energy Network.