This policy was created to protect the privacy of guests and users of any website hosted or managed by Tallgrass.
Specifically, we collect or receive, information from visitors at different points on our website. The collection is done as follows:
The information you share with us on a Tallgrass Domain through web forms may include your full name, employer’s name, job title, phone number, and email address. We request your voluntary consent to collect this information at the time of submission. You may decline to provide this information by refusing to enter it into any web forms. If you decline to provide your information using Tallgrass’ web forms, you may be unable to access some Tallgrass features available through our web presence and our in-person events.
If you voluntarily provide your personal data using our web forms, you agree to allow us to use your information for the following purposes:
When an event or webinar is co-hosted or co-sponsored by a partner or partners, Tallgrass may share your contact information with the partners of the co-hosted or co-sponsored event, webinar, or activity.
When users follow Tallgrass’ social media accounts or have interacted with content posted to Tallgrass’ social media accounts, that activity will be recorded and processed along with the account information associated with the users’ social media account. This may include the users’ names, account handles, account bio, follower count, and location.
Tallgrass does not collect credit card or other payment information through Tallgrass Domains or our social media sites.
Tallgrass uses online platforms like LinkedIn.com and other public web-based job distribution platforms to advertise job openings broadly, share information about Tallgrass, learn about, and communicate with potential job applicants. During the recruitment process, Tallgrass will store and process comprehensive data about job applicants that the job applicants have made available publicly on sites such as LinkedIn and Twitter, and privately, by receiving resumés, CVs, cover letters, and other materials through web-based submission portals, or by communications made by candidates and recruits directly to Tallgrass hiring managers and recruiting personnel. Because the data submitted by candidates may vary from job to job and candidate to candidate, it is not possible to provide an exhaustive list of all data categories Tallgrass may obtain from any candidate.
The following list is provided to suggest the categories of data Tallgrass routinely processes from job candidates:
For certain jobs, there may be additional personal information gathered. Additionally, certain candidates may voluntarily provide additional information about themselves, not listed above.
At Tallgrass, we value diversity and freethinkers and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
When you use tallgrassenergy.com or tallgrassenergylp.com, even if you’re just reading our content, we receive some personal information from you like the type of device you’re using, your IP address, the browser you’re using, and which pages you click on while you’re at our sites. We also gather information about the link that landed you at our sites.
We use this information to troubleshoot errors, investigate security issues, improve the content on our sites, and improve our overall communication strategy.
22.214.171.124 With our partners
When Tallgrass co-hosts, co-sponsors, or co-authors an event, webinar, or publication, we may share information about those who have attended the event or webinar or downloaded the publication with our partners for that publication or event.
126.96.36.199 For legal purposes
Tallgrass may disclose your Personal Data if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to (i) comply with a legal obligation, (ii) protect and defend the rights or property of Tallgrass, (iii) act in urgent circumstances to protect the personal safety of users of tallgrassenergy.com or tallgrassenergylp.com, or the public, or (iv) protect against legal liability.
3.1.5 In the event of a merger, acquisition, or change of ownership
3.2.1 Opting out of cookies placed because of visiting a Tallgrass website
There is currently no way to opt-out of receiving cookies from a Tallgrass website other than settings in your browser.
If you wish to delete your entire record of visits on a Tallgrass Domain, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to initiate a deletion process. We will respond within no more than 10 business days to confirm receipt of a deletion request.
3.2.2 Instructions for managing cookies on five typical browsers are included here for your convenience:
3.2.3 Browser-set Do Not Track commands
Some browsers and browser plug-ins make digital requests to websites to avoid tracking during web sessions. Tallgrass is not able to comply with electronic Do Not Track requests.
[If you are a California resident, California law may provide you with additional rights regarding our use of your personal information. To learn more about your California privacy rights, visit 19-0021A1 - Consumer Privacy - V3 (ca.gov). 3.2.4 Requests to opt-out of data sales: Tallgrass does not sell data
Tallgrass believes that capable, protective data guardianship is key to our relationship with customers, potential customers, employees, job candidates, and visitors to our website. Tallgrass does not and will not sell your personal data individually or in aggregate.
3.2.5 Right to Know Requests
Users have a right to request information about our collection, use, and disclosure of their personal information and ask that we provide them with the following information:
3.2.6 Right to Delete Requests
Users also have a right to request that we delete personal information, subject to certain exceptions. You may exercise your right to delete by emailing us at email@example.com.
3.2.7 Requests, Generally
Users may make a verifiable consumer request related to their personal information twice per 12-month period. We will not discriminate against people for exercising their rights under the CCPA, the GDPR, or other applicable state laws.
3.2.8 Requests Made Through Agents
Users may designate, in writing or through a power of attorney, an authorized agent to make requests on your behalf to exercise your rights. Before accepting such a request from an agent, we will require the agent to provide proof you have authorized it to act on your behalf, and we may need you to verify your identity directly with us to prevent fraudulent requests.
Tallgrass Domains are designed to be used by people who are at least 16 years old. If you are not 16 years old, please do not use our websites. Do not submit your name, email address, or other personal information using our web forms.
If, during routine review, Tallgrass believes people under the age of 16 have submitted their personal information into our web forms, we will, in our sole discretion, delete the information believed to belong to those under 16 years old.
Cookies – Web cookies are small digital files, usually no bigger than 4kb, placed on your computer at the direction of websites you visit or emails you open that help identify your computer and behavior. They can last just for a single browsing session – a session cookie – or persist for longer than a session to help identify return visitors to the same site – a persistent cookie.