AUSTIN – The Carbon Neutral Coalition (CNC) announced today that Rockcliff Energy II LLC, (Rockcliff Energy) has joined the CNC as a Senior Advisory Board Member. Rockcliff Energy is a Houston-based company helping to fuel the U.S. and global economies through clean-burning natural gas. Rockcliff Energy is committed to providing reliable and affordable energy, while employing sustainable practices.
As a Senior Advisory Board Member, Rockcliff Energy will bring its wide-ranging expertise to the CNC in its efforts to expand the energy industry in Texas, and enable carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS).
“Rockcliff Energy’s mission is to safely produce certified responsibly sourced natural gas in a manner that minimizes the environmental footprint of our operations, provides rewarding jobs for our employees, encourages partnership with the communities in which we operate, and rewards our shareholders. Rockcliff Energy believes that the Carbon Neutral Coalition supports these goals. We are proud to work with the Carbon Neutral Coalition to help ensure the preservation of the energy industry in Texas,” said Ted Wurfel, VP ESG and Sustainability at Rockcliff Energy.
“CNC is proud to welcome Rockcliff Energy to its growing list of Senior Advisory Board Members,” said CNC Advisory Board Chairwoman, Susan Combs. “As a leader in the clean-burning natural gas industry, Rockcliff Energy’s perspective will be invaluable as we work to preserve and expand energy jobs in Texas while cleaning up our environment.”
Rockcliff Energy is the third largest producer of natural gas in the state of Texas. Rockcliff Energy’s operations are located in the northeast Texas Haynesville shale, where Rockcliff currently produces more than 1.4 billion cubic feet of natural gas equivalents per day.
ABOUT THE CARBON NEUTRAL COALITION
The Carbon Neutral Coalition (CNC) is seeking to establish the infrastructure that will incentivize the energy industry to cut their carbon emissions by utilizing Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS). The CNC will work with existing oil and gas and energy stakeholders to advocate that the state create the regulatory framework to establish this infrastructure and ensure the preservation of the energy industry in Texas.