November 14, 2022

Greenfield Environmental Solutions Group Names Chief Sustainability Officer

DENVER, Nov. 14, 2022 – Greenfield Environmental Solutions Group announced that David Stewart has joined the company as Chief Sustainability Officer and Vice President, Environmental Solutions.

“David brings significant leadership and ESG expertise to Greenfield,” said Michael Rigg, CEO of Greenfield.  “I believe Greenfield is positioned to become a leader in field methane quantification, a perfect complement to our thriving plugging and abandonment business line.”

“I am excited to join Greenfield and help expand the platform of cost-effective ESG solutions,” added Mr. Stewart.  “Our methane quantification system leverages state-of-the-art, field-proven techniques to document emissions reductions for our customers.”

David joins Greenfield from Project Canary where he was the Vice President of Environmental Solutions. David has 16 years of experience in the oil and gas sector, including roles as Vice President of Environmental, Health, Safety and Regulatory for Bonanza Creek Energy and Crestone Peak Resources.  He has over 25 years of environmental methane measurement, environmental due diligence, well plugging, remediation, decommissioning, restoration and public policy experience.  

Mr. Stewart also served as Vice Chairman of the Colorado Air Quality Enterprise Board and as a board member of the Denver Front Range Regional Air Quality Council for six years.  He holds a bachelor’s degree from Coe College and a Master of Science in Environmental Policy and Management from the University of Denver.

About Greenfield Environmental Solutions Group

Greenfield Environmental Solutions Group is a premier end-to-end provider of energy infrastructure decommissioning services. Based in Denver, CO, Greenfield provides plugging and abandonment, methane quantification and land reclamation solutions in the United States. Greenfield allows its customers to outsource the management of their P&A obligations, including all aspects of the decommissioning process, from regulatory filings and operations in the field to methane emissions elimination and land reclamation. For more information, visit:

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