The Ipieca Principles and the Ipieca-WBCSD SDG Roadmap are key frameworks through which Ipieca aims to inspire action. This repository provides tangible examples of how members are operationalising the principles and embedding SDG Roadmap actions in their business, offering inspiration and insights for other companies. The examples are supplemented with relevant Ipieca good practice guidance and resources to further support companies to take the next step on their sustainability journey.
In its 2021 Corporate Sustainability Report, Chevron provided examples of its contribution to the impact opportunities identified in the Ipieca-WBCSD SDG Roadmap for the oil and gas sector, including highlights from 2021 and what it plans to do next. Further examples are provided in its 2022 Corporate Sustainability Report.
Over the past 20 years, ConocoPhillips has taken an increasingly active role in helping to preserve and protect avian species and habitats. The company works with strategic conservation partners to focus on common conservation goals and improve data sharing.
Empire Wind (a 50:50 partnership with bp) and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) announced in September 2022 the extension to 2028 of their historic agreement to monitor large whales in the lease area of Empire Wind. The new agreement ensures that important data to protect wildlife in the New York Bight will be collected during the pre-construction, construction, and post-construction phases of the wind project.
Murphy actively monitors its fresh water sources to predict the high-flow periods for long- and short-term forecasting. Fluctuations in moisture levels year-over-year, and the potential impacts of climate change on water resources, make it increasingly necessary to understand the impact on freshwater availability.
Neptune Energy has partnered with the SOS Dolfijn Foundation in the Netherlands to further their commitment to UN Sustainable Development Goal 14: Life below water. The Foundation provides assistance to cetaceans in distress who end up on the Dutch coast or are in danger of stranding.
Ovintiv's water resource hubs in the Cutbank Ridge of its Montney operating area are closed-loop systems that run on hydropower. Since the hubs have opened, they have conserved approximately 1.3 billion gallons of freshwater, equivalent to the average annual water use of approximately 9,000 households.
TotalEnergies operates the combined photovoltaic and wind power plants of La Perrière, located near the Réunion Island National Park, a category II IUCN listed area. Given the site's location and to avoid and minimize its impacts on the sensitive habitat, TotalEnergies has developed a biodiversity action plan.
Presented with the problem of limited existing baseline data pertaining to the fisheries present within a seismic survey area, an oil and gas company decided to partner with regional and national wildlife conservation groups and two universities to develop a fisheries study.