History

Founded in 2007, RES has rapidly grown into the largest and most experienced ecological offset provider in the United States.

Today, RES has surpassed more than 110 mitigation sites permitted or in-process, restoring over 40,000 wetland acres, enhancing 155 miles of streams, and preserving 3,700 acres of habitat.

Through the Years

1972

Clean Water Act Passed

Through the Years

1973

Endangered Species Act passed

Through the Years

1997

Environmental Banc & Exchange (EBX) founded

Through the Years

2007

RES founded

RES opens its first Louisiana wetland mitigation bank

Through the Years

2008

Compensatory Mitigation for Losses of Aquatic Resources; Final Rule approved

RES delivers its first turnkey mitigation project for the midstream sector

Through the Years

2009

RES supplies post-construction restorative planting for multi-state natural gas pipeline

RES opens first approved species offset bank for endangered freshwater mussels in South Carolina

Through the Years

2010

RES becomes the largest mitigation supplier for Haynesville Shale development

RES joins the INC 500

RES delivers first large-scale Gulf Coast coastal restoration project at West Belle Pass

Through the Years

2011

RES opens its first Texas wetland mitigation bank

Through the Years

2012

RES completes 35th turnkey mitigation delivery for the State of North Carolina

RES opens first two nutrient reduction mitigation banks in North Carolina

Through the Years

2013

RES approved as Pennsylvania’s first commercial off-the-shelf mitigation supplier

RES delivers first Marcellus Shale development mitigation solutions

RES surpasses 400 conservation easements across over 32,000 restored acres

RES achieves performance and compliance standards for its 50th mitigation site

Through the Years

2014

RES plants over 8 million restorative trees since its inception

RES acquires EBX, now the largest ecological offset provider in the United States

Through the Years

2015

RES supplies multiple ecological offset solutions across nine states

RES receives approval for its second nutrient offset credit bank in Virginia 

RES opens its first mitigation bank for avian species

RES named to the INC 500 for the fifth consecutive year 

“RES delivers careful and responsible management of the environment as stewards of the midstream.”

–Midstream Business, Hart Energy Publications