Our Priorities

Our Vision

We see chemistry as a driving force to help society meet the most pressing challenges of our time. We look for ways our products and innovations can meet the world’s growing needs for food, water and reduced emissions. That’s why we are embracing a circular mindset in our business, emphasizing resource conservation; sustainable, renewable sourcing and energy; durability and maintainability of goods; recycling and reprocessing; energy recovery; emissions and waste reduction; upcycling materials, and designing out waste.

Sustainability Governance

Our sustainability program is led by Corporate Sustainability Officer (CSO) Ron Gerrard and the Huntsman Sustainability Council, which comprises senior representatives from the company’s divisions and key functions. The council directs development of the corporate sustainability program and cultivates a common framework for sustainability, ensuring strategic alignment among the divisions, functions and executive team, led by Chairman, President and CEO Peter Huntsman. The CSO reports progress regularly to the Huntsman Board of Directors.

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Peter R. Huntsman
Chairman, President and CEO

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Ronald W. Gerrard
Corporate Sustainability Officer

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Twila Day
Vice President and Chief Information Officer

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Mike Whisson
Vice President, Global Purchasing

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Gary Chapman
Vice President, Global Communications

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Ralph DiGuilio
Vice President, Global Research & Development, Performance Products

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Bill McPherson
Global HR Director, Corporate Functions

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Ken Allinson
Global Sustainability Coordinator

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David Hatrick
Vice President, Innovation, Advanced Materials

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Amy Smedley
Vice President & Deputy General Counsel, Corporate Services & Government Affairs

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Pavneet Mumick
Global Vice President, Technology & Innovation, Polyurethanes

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David Nutt
Director, Legal Services

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Ivan M. Marcuse
Vice President, Investor Relations

Horizon 2025 Targets

Setting our strategic direction

In the spirit of continuous improvement, Huntsman is setting a new horizon, looking ahead to 2025 with a robust plan for making Huntsman an even safer, more sustainable and more successful company.

The Horizon 2025 strategy articulates our company-wide direction for environment, health and safety, and is a crucial part of Huntsman’s growth and expansion into more downstream businesses and operations.

The strategy is aligned with the global Responsible Care® initiative and includes an ambitious set of specific, company-wide targets for Huntsman to achieve by the year 2025.

Zero

Life-Impacting or Fatal Events (LIFE)

Debilitating injuries or deaths

Zero

Tier 1 process safety incidents

An unplanned or uncontrolled release of any material resulting in fatalities, lost-time injuries, major damage to facilities, or other severe consequences. Tier 1 & Tier 2 incidents are defined in the American Petroleum Institute Recommended Practice API-RP754.

<0.15

Tier 2 process safety incidents

An unplanned or uncontrolled release of any material resulting in recordable injuries or more than $2,500 of damage to facilities or equipment, among other consequences.

Continuous reduction

In OSHA total recordable injury rate

Measured year over year

OSHA is the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, an agency of the United States Department of Labor.

30+

Publications of product safety summaries

Product safety summaries provide a general description of certain Huntsman chemical substances. A key element of our commitment to the Responsible Care® Product Safety Code.

10%

Reduction in greenhouse gas emissions (Scope 1)

Per unit of production. Direct emissions from sources owned or controlled by the company, including on-site fossil fuel combustion and fleet fuel consumption.

10%

Reduction in energy consumed

Per unit of production

5%

Reduction in hazardous waste disposal

Per unit of production

5%

Reduction in total waste disposal

Per unit of production

5%

Reduction in net water usage at facilities in water-stressed regions

Per unit of production