Driven by integrity
Stallion has a long-standing commitment to comply with the law everywhere we operate and conduct all business activities according to the highest ethical standards. In today’s business environment, upholding this commitment is critical for our continued success. Together, our people and processes uphold these key principles of how we do business.
Board of Directors
Our board of directors oversees the development of Stallion’s strategy and ensures that we have qualified executive leadership in place, along with robust governance procedures to support our strategy.
The members of our executive leadership team are seasoned professionals with many years of industry experience. Together, they are responsible for the day-to-day execution and implementation of our strategy.
Code of Ethics & Business Conduct
Stallion conducts its business in accordance with the highest business, ethical, and legal standards. Our ethical foundation is based upon our Code of Ethics and Business Conduct, and all of our board members, executive leaders, and employees are educated on its contents and expected to strictly comply with it.
Stallion also has a separate Financial Code of Ethics that applies to our senior financial leaders.
We strive for a culture where ethical conduct is recognized, valued, and exemplified by all board members, executive leaders, and employees. All employees, customers, vendors, and other stakeholders with whom we interact are encouraged and expected to identify and raise potential compliance, control, audit, and ethical issues before they lead to problems.
Stakeholders are encouraged to contact Stallion with any questions or concerns through one of the following methods:
Call our anonymous compliance and ethics hotline at 877-778-5463. The line is open 24 hours a day.
Mail pertinent information to:
Stallion Infrastructure Services
950 Corbindale, Suite 400
Houston, Texas 77024
Attn: General Counsel
(or Attn: Audit Committee if the complaint is about the General Counsel)
Stallion strictly prohibits any employee from retaliating or taking adverse action against anyone for raising or helping to resolve a compliance, control, audit, or ethical issue that has been raised in good faith.
Governance Policies & Procedures
Sustainability is an essential part of the corporate culture at Stallion and an integral part of our strategic plans. We know that our success is directly linked to implementing and executing a broad range of sustainable practices. Through technological innovation, environmental impact planning, corporate safety initiatives, and community relations activities, Stallion knows the way we conduct business is just as important as our financial performance. This corporate responsibility guides every aspect of our daily activities and is the key to our continued success.
Stallion believes that being a responsible corporate citizen means investing in communities where we operate and our employees live and work.
Stallion is committed to the safety and welfare of our employees, customers, communities, and suppliers, and to the wise stewardship of the environment.
Our Supply Chain
We value relationships with suppliers who demonstrate high standards of ethical business conduct and work with us to meet our equipment, materials, and service requirements nationwide.
Supply chain is an integral part of our operations, delivering significant value through an integrated and collaborative approach to business planning and the use of supply chain practices.
Our supply chain acquires materials and services globally through a relentless focus on safety, quality, and sustainability—important factors that are inherent in the selection and management of our suppliers.
We strive to develop rigorous sourcing and contracting strategies, consistent and reliable supply chain processes, automated procurement systems, and unique partnerships with our suppliers.
Contact the Stallion Supply Chain Department: