Morgan Hager

Chesapeake Energy

Vice President, Health, Safety, Environment and Regulatory

Morgan Hager is an expert in creating, optimizing, managing, and implementing impactful environmental, social, and governance strategies for the downstream, midstream, and upstream segments of the oil and gas industry’s value chain. With more than 15 years of experience in international exploration, development and refining of hydrocarbons around the world, Morgan has deep experience building governance programs and improving operational efficacy to meet the requirements of complex, transnational regulatory frameworks. Her specialty is integrating both economical and ecological best practices for multi-layered oil and gas assets throughout the United States and overseas. Morgan currently serves as Vice President of Chesapeake Energy’s, Health, Safety, Environmental and Regulatory department, where she leads with an integrated approach to operation, governance, and risk management and acts as a liaison and spokesperson for environmental, social, and governance issues with regulators, shareholders, the industry, and the media. Morgan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from the University of Central Arkansas and a Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering from the University of Arkansas. She is an active member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers, Society of Women Engineers, and American Petroleum Institute. Additionally, Morgan is an active board member for the Oklahoma Engineering Foundation and American Heart Association. 

Sessions With Morgan Hager

Wednesday, 9 March

  • 12:00pm - 12:50pm (CST) / 09/mar/2022 06:00 pm - 09/mar/2022 06:50 pm

    Managing Hydrocarbon Emissions Across the Value Chain

    Panel Markets/Economics/Strategy

    GHG emissions have emerged as a key competitive metric for oil and gas companies. The debate around the short- and long-term roles of oil and gas in the energy transition is now mainstream, contentious, and shifting. What is the state of GHG emissions understanding (or lack thereof)? How could rising oil and gas ambition impact the outlook? What practical steps are companies taking to reduce their GHG footprint, particularly regarding methane? What is the path forward for the industry?