SASB’s provisional standards for the Non-Renewable Resources sector were developed through a rigorous evidence-based, multi-stakeholder process consisting of research supported by Bloomberg technology, data, and analytical tools; balanced, multi-stakeholder industry working groups; a public comment period; and review by an independent Standards Council composed of experts in standards development, securities law, environmental law, metrics, and accounting. As SASB is committed to a transparent and open standards-development process, this page contains documents related to the standards-development process for this sector.
Non-Renewable Resources Standards
SASB’s provisional sustainability accounting standards for the Non-Renewable Resources sector help public corporations disclose material, decision-useful information to investors.
Non-Renewable Resources Industry Briefs
SASB’s industry briefs provide an industry-specific context for the sustainability accounting standards. The briefs describe each SASB disclosure topic, outline the evidence behind it, and explain the link to corporate valuation. In addition, the briefs describe the regulatory trends that are likely to impact the link between sustainability and financial performance.
Non-Renewable Resources Issues Table
This table provides an overview of the SASB disclosure topics for the eight industries in the Non-Renewable Resources sector.
Example of Integrated Disclosure in Form 10-K
The following is a mock excerpt from a Form 10-K for a Oil & Gas – Exploration & Production company, “Harris Robinson Energy, Inc.,” that incorporates disclosure to the SASB Standard for Oil & Gas – Exploration & Production into its Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations (MD&A). This document serves as an example of one type of disclosure SASB standards are designed to enable; it is not intended to provide a template for companies to follow. This is a working document on which SASB is actively soliciting feedback regarding the content, scope, and presentation.
Sector Process Materials
List of Industry Working Group Participants
This list contains the names of all the members of SASB’s Non-Renewable Resources industry working groups who participated publicly. These participants contributed to the IWGs as individuals, and not as representatives of their present or past companies.
Industry Working Group Due Process Report
Prepared by SASB, this report outlines the industry working group process, including recruiting processes, composition of members, IWG feedback, and how SASB addressed the input of the IWG.
Standards Outcome Report
Prepared by SASB, this report documents the changes made to SASB’s standards throughout the standards development process, in response to evidence-based research, industry working group feedback, and recommendations from the process review conducted by the SASB Standards Council.
Standards Outcome Report Supplement
Prepared by SASB, this supplement contains all feedback received during the industry working groups, as well as SASB’s response to each comment.
Standards Council Process and Standards Outcome Review
Prepared by the Standards Council, this document reviews and comments on the findings of the Industry Working Group Due Process Report. It also reviews and comments on the findings of the Standards Outcome Report.
Public Comment Period
Public Comment Version of Standards (All Industries)
Public Comments Received
Responses to Public Comment
The industries listed below make up the Non-Renewable Resources sector of SICS™. The companies listed below each industry are the top 5 US listed companies by revenue, and are listed only to provide tangible examples of the companies in each industry.
Oil & Gas – Exploration & Production
- CNOOC Ltd
- Oil & Gas Development Co.
Oil & Gas – Midstream
- Plains All American Pipeline
- Enterprise Products Partners
- Global Partners
- Sunoco Logistics
- Energy Transfer
Oil & Gas – Refining & Marketing
- Rosneft Oil Co.
- Mitsui & Co.
- Statoil ASA
Oil & Gas – Services
- Baker Hughes
- National Oilwell
- WeatherFord Intl
- Yanzhou Coal
- Peabody Energy
- Alpha Natural Resources
- Consol Energy
- Walter Energy
Metals & Mining
- Hindalco Industries
- Sterlite Industries
- Aluminum Corp
- Vale SA
Iron & Steel Producers
- Hyundai Steel
- MITSUI & CO.
- TATA Steel.
- Lucky Cement
- CRH PLC
- Owens Corning