- Tullow Oil (LON:TLW) publishes 2010 Corporate Responsibility Report

The Report sets out how the company goes about creating shared prosperity for its stakeholders around the world.
Jun 27, 2011 11:46 AM ET

(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) June 27, 2011 - Tullow’s 2010 Corporate Responsibility (CR) report sets out how the Group is working towards creating shared prosperity for all its stakeholders. Tullow outlined this approach to running its business in its 2009 CR report and has produced yearly CR reports since 2005. The 2010 report is available here in html and as a PDF.

Other key points:

  • Special features section addressing stakeholder priorities on transparency, stakeholder engagement, environment (specifically operating in deepwater) and local content (building capacity and creating opportunities)

  • New Sustainable supply chain section

  • Aligned to GRI G3 guidelines, fulfilling the requirements of Application Level B+

  • Assurance performed by Deloitte LLP

  • Extra content available online

Tullow is a global independent oil and gas company, headquartered in London. The company has a workforce of over 1,200 people in operations spanning 22 countries. Tullow is Africa’s leading independent oil company and two of its projects there are helping to establish Ghana and Uganda as new oil producing countries. Recent CR developments include holding multi-stakeholder forums, becoming a corporate supporter of EITI and publishing the company’s petroleum agreements with the Government of Ghana.

Tullow Oil 2010 Corporate Responsibility Report here:

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