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- Environmental and social good practice for the energy transition: a compendium of Ipieca good practices
An update to the compendium, first published in 2020, is now available. It aims to support renewable energy developers to enhance the environmental and social performance of their projects and operations.Ipieca Week 2023 briefing report: stakeholder panels on supporting a sustainable energy transition and industry engagement
This report provides an overview of key messages from the two stakeholder panels exploring how Ipieca can support its members to lead the industry’s contribution to a sustainable energy transition, and how Ipieca can provide a trusted/safe channel for dialogue and collaboration with key stakeholders.
This panel session compared the opportunities and challenges of initiatives from the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB), the US Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) and the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG).
Ipieca held three stakeholder panel sessions with key stakeholders from outside the industry sharing their perspectives on the energy transition, ESG and transparency, and the just transition. Read the key messages.
Throughout 2021 Ipieca provided leadership across oil, gas and renewables on mainstreaming sustainability by advancing climate action, environmental responsibility and social performance. This infographic provides an overview of some of the key work Ipieca completed in 2021.
This is the fifth version of this document and presents the Committee's views on testing, isolation, and quarantine in industry workplaces.
This document provides a list of factors for oil and gas industry companies to consider as they prepare for their workers to return to offices.
The IOGP-Ipieca joint Health Committee has followed the development, rollout, and real-world efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines since they became available in late 2020. In late 2021, we are confident that vaccines provide one of the most effective tools to mitigate the spread and consequences of COVID-19.