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Ipieca has partnered with IOGP to develop new guidance on managing health in the oil and gas industry.
The application of Globally Harmonized System (GHS) criteria to petroleum substances, has now been revised to include new research on the hazards of petroleum-related substances and constituents.
In this webinar co-hosted by ICMM and Ipieca, presenters from the Danish Institute for Human Rights, Total, Rio Tinto and Base Toliara will share experiences and suggestions for gender-responsive due diligence in extractive industries projects.
The 2019 results of Ipieca's annual Sustainability reporting survey are now available.
The publication is designed to provide guidance for stakeholders across the marine fuels and shipping industries, from fuel blenders and suppliers to end users.
Ipieca has released a new awareness brief, Exploring low-emissions pathways for transport which builds on the 2016 Ipieca publication Exploring low-emission pathways: Advancing the Paris Puzzle.
Ipieca has released updated guidance on oil spill preparedness and response.
Many Ipieca member companies have for a number of years been successfully reducing gas flaring, which is the combustion of natural gas produced as a by-product of petroleum production operations. Although flaring reduction makes good environmental and business sense, there is still a stubbornly high level of routine flaring globally.
Health leading performance indicators data from Ipieca and IOGP members for 2018.
Ipieca has partnered with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to develop a shared understanding of the implications of the UN SDGs for the oil and gas industry and how the industry can most effectively contribute.Delivering low-greenhouse gas intensity crude oil with carbon capture and storage - a technical and policy perspective
According to many projections, including the IEA Sustainable Development Scenario, oil and gas are likely to power the world's transport and industry, and provide feedstocks for petrochemicals for decades to come. As part of the transitions underway to meet the objectives of the Paris Agreement, could industry develop an enhanced oil recovery process whereby more CO2 is captured and stored underground than is released into the atmosphere from production and use?
The new guidance aims to assist practitioners in identifying the typical steps necessary for the oil and gas industry when negotiating and structuring agreements with communities.
Our second Ipieca CCS webinar of 2019 will explore the value of CCS to society.
Ipieca has developed a series of practical guidance and tools on managing labour rights to support practitioners in addressing potential human rights impacts and issues, particularly in the industry's supply chain. These resources have three aims:
The theme for this year's review 'Collaborating to drive change', reflects the strength of our membership to advance the performance of the oil and gas industry by working collaboratively together and with stakeholders.
This document aims to assist community relations managers in planning their community liaison teams and recruiting community liaison officers (CLOs).
The guidance provides an overview of the issues around fatigue with a focus on developing, implementing and evaluating a fatigue risk management system.
This awareness brief provides the context and purpose behind Ipieca's work on company and supply chain labour rights.
This guidance document covers considerations on responsible recruitment and employment in the oil and gas industry.