We’re putting environmental and social priorities at the heart of our decision making, so we can leave a better legacy for future generations.
We endeavor to align our activities with the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Our community relationships are governed by a Global Memorandum of Understanding, which is a guideline document that sets out goals, intentions, and responsibilities agreed after consultation with the host oil and gas producing communities themselves.
Through proactive collaboration and needs analysis, we identify and address opportunities for development and concerns for mitigation. Regular dialogue with our host communities has helped broaden our social investment programmes from health, education, and infrastructure improvement to nurturing local entrepreneurship.
Four resettlement clusters have been identified as the resettlement land for the project host communities.
Affected communities would be resettled in accordance with the IFC Resettlement Standard. The Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) has been approved following engagements with affected host communities.