Ipieca promotes environmentally responsible operations across the oil, gas and alternative energy sector to advance protection of the natural environment, minimise and mitigate risks and impacts from operations and products, and support the energy transition.
Ipieca convenes industry and stakeholders to identify, develop and promote good practices in operations, joint ventures and the supply chain, covering a full spectrum of environmental issues including biodiversity and ecosystem services, water management, oil spill preparedness and response, nature positive, impact assessment and circular economy. Ipieca aims to facilitate good environmental practices and advance efficient use of natural resources across the energy transition as oil and gas remains an important part of the energy mix.
Ipieca’s role is to listen to the negotiations, engage with stakeholders and feedback the outcomes to our members. When finalised, Ipieca will integrate the Global Biodiversity Framework into its workstreams.
Ipieca-IOGP BESWG Chair Steven Dickinson (TotalEnergies) discusses the importance of landing an ambitious Global Biodiversity Framework at COP15 and the role of Ipieca and the industry in supporting its aims.