Human Rights and Tangguh
We are working very hard for the protection and promotion of human rights where we believe we can have the most influence - within our area of operations
Our operations in Indonesia are guided by BP's Human Rights policies, which are line with the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights.
For example, much effort is going into the Integrated Community Based Security programme, which includes government engagement, capacity building, and community partnership. As part of this programme, we have come to a formal agreement with the police on Tangguh security arrangements, and have placed this agreement on the BP web site.
Use the links below to download the summary procedure for managing Human Rights incidents for the Tangguh Project, Human Rights and Security Monitoring Assessment and Peer Review of the Tangguh LNG Project, and the Tangguh Project response to the comments and recommendations made to BP in the 'Human Rights and Security Monitoring Assessment and Peer Review of the Tangguh Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Project'.