EnLink focuses on quality, timeliness, and transparency in our sustainability reporting. We provide an extensive set of metrics in our Performance Data Chart, representing five years of historical data, giving our stakeholders insight into our sustainability progress, and allowing stakeholders to track our ongoing performance in environmental, social, and governance efforts.

EnLink’s Internal Audit team conducts an extensive review of EnLink’s annual Sustainability Report, including the metrics in the Performance Data Chart, to assess the completeness and accuracy of the data and to evaluate the report’s metrics, components, and attributes against industry standards and best practices.

For our 2022 Sustainability Report, we expanded our 2022 Performance Data Chart to report five years of data rather than four years. We also have included a new index that aligns with the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) to help readers find information within this Sustainability Report and its associated data charts, as well as providing links to the governance documents and annual reports available on our website.

We continue to use the “oil & gas – midstream” reporting framework from the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), which is a framework frequently used by the investment community and illustrates our efforts to meet stakeholder expectations for sustainability reporting.

EnLink adopted the industry template created by the Energy Infrastructure Council (EIC) and the GPA Midstream Association in summer 2022 and is now using the template for our 2022 data reporting. The EIC/GPA template provides sustainability best practices and reporting recommendations for companies across the midstream industry based on input from a range of stakeholders, including those in the investment community. By adopting this industry template, EnLink is aligning our sustainability reporting more closely to that of our peers, which makes tracking and comparison easier, more efficient, and more transparent for stakeholders. Additionally, EnLink’s sustainability leaders participate in the working group organized by these industry trade organizations to update their midstream-focused ESG template and share ongoing sustainability best practices.

Visit our Sustainability Data webpage to view the EnLink Performance Data Chart, EIC/GPA ESG Template, and the SASB and TCFD indices.

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