The Corporate Governance Guidelines, charters and bylaws, as well as Pioneer’s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics, are published on this website and are available in print to any stockholder who requests them.
The Board of Directors of Pioneer Natural Resources Company has adopted Bylaws relating to its business, the conduct of its affairs, and its rights and powers and the rights and powers of its stockholders, directors and officers.
These guidelines are designed to provide the framework for the governance of Pioneer and to assist the Board in the performance of its duties and the exercise of its responsibilities.
Pioneer’s long-standing policy is to comply with the letter and spirit of the laws that govern its business. Pioneer’s commitment to honest and ethical conduct extends beyond compliance with laws and regulations. Pioneer expects each employee, officer and director to act with integrity in everything he or she does.
The Board of Directors of Pioneer Natural Resources Company currently has four standing committees: Audit Committee; Compensation and Leadership Development Committee; Health, Safety and Environment Committee; and Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee. Each Committee has a written charter that complies with all applicable requirements and sets forth the committee’s principal responsibilities.
Stockholders and other interested parties may leave messages for Pioneer’s Board of Directors, including the Lead Director of the Board or the non-management or independent members of the Board as a group, through the following means:
All such communications will be received and processed by the Pioneer Corporate Secretary’s Office. Depending upon the subject matter, the Corporate Secretary’s Office will:
In addition, concerns or complaints, including regarding Pioneer's accounting, internal accounting controls or auditing matters, may be reported anonymously or confidentially through Pioneer’s Compliance Line by dialing 1-800-750-4972 (outside the U.S., call collect: +1-704-973-0365).