WES
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​Improving lives through safe, sustainable, and efficient energy delivery

WES today announced that its 2021 Schedule K-3 reflecting items of international tax relevance is available online.

Western Midstream released its third-annual Sustainability Report focused on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues. The report details the Partnership’s continued focus on its three core pillars of its ESG approach - supporting sustainable environments, focusing on people, and operating responsibly.

Western Midstream announced second-quarter 2022 financial and operating results.

Western Midstream is a proud supporter of the Let’s Clear the Air advocacy effort through our membership with GPA Midstream Association. Let’s Clear the Air addresses misconceptions regarding energy production, processing, and distribution, along with midstream’s role in the energy transition. Visit letscleartheairnow.org for more on these efforts.

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Sustainability

At Western Midstream, we are committed to gathering and delivering oil and gas and gathering and disposing of produced water responsibly, while reducing our environmental footprint and contributing positively to our workforce and local communities. Our Sustainability efforts are organized around three strategic pillars: supporting a sustainable environment, focusing on people, and operating responsibly.

About WES

As a midstream service provider, we help deliver essential energy and inputs that improve the quality of life across the globe. We focus on ensuring the reliability and performance of our systems, creating sustainable cost efficiencies, enhancing our safety culture, and protecting the environment.