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U.S. Energy Industry: Oil & Gas

Oil & Gas companies seek to make compensation decisions based on the most current and relevant market data and proxy information available. Executive incentive plans continue to evolve into more transparent and performance-based designs. At the same time, there is greater focus on pay for performance in reaction to pressures from a number of forces, including shareholder activists, governance groups like ISS, and upcoming legislation from the Dodd-Frank Act.
Our surveys focus on the following major industry sectors:
  • Exploration & Production
  • Oil Field Services
  • Midstream
  • Refining & Marketing
  • Integrated
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