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.
bp and EnBW were awarded a ~860km2 lease option off the east coast of Scotland to develop a major offshore wind project, Morven. As part of their commitment to support oil and gas workers through employment and provide opportunities for reskilling in renewables, bp and EnBW have committed more than £1 million to X-Academy in Scotland.
After listening to Indigenous communities about their concerns and priorities, Cenovus created its Indigenous Housing Initiative, the largest community investment in Cenovus's history. The programme helps address one of the most pressing issues facing Indigenous communities in Canada – inadequate housing.
Bangladesh began managing community grievances when onshore seismic activities were taking place under Chevron Bangladesh Blocks Thirteen and Fourteen, Ltd. The process was subsequently expanded for use with communities surrounding additional operational areas and over the years has been enhanced based on continuous learning.
The Blacktip gas field, located in the Australian offshore Bonaparte basin, has been part of Eni's 'Caring for Country' project since 2006. Extensive surveys and consultation were undertaken with the Traditional Owners to determine cultural heritage values that need to be protected and conditions for the long term use of the land for the Blacktip Project.
The economic scenario calls for a collective commitment to an effective and inclusive industrial relations system. In December 2020, Eni signed the Industrial Relation Protocol Together, a model of industrial relations to support the energy transition and to sustain its ongoing transformation.
GeoPark marked its arrival in Meta department by holding medical drives for women from Barranca de Upía and Cabuyaro to access health services for the prevention and diagnosis of cancer. The activities are part of GeoPark's ‘Brave Woman' programme, reflecting the company's commitment to promoting the empowerment of rural women, as well as equality, inclusion and diversity among all its stakeholders.