Social responsibility policy
The Tangguh LNG Project and all our other business activities in Indonesia, are being carried out in accordance with BP’s corporate policies
Integrated Social ProgramThe Integrated Social Program (ISP) components we have put in place to run concurrently with construction and operation of the Tangguh LNG plant are designed to address the different non-technical risks and social impacts associated with the Project, and to make sure local communities share in the benefits it generates.
Tangguh social policyThe Tangguh Project social policy states: together with our stakeholders, we shall aim to achieve social and economic development founded on processes of consultation, empowerment, participation, partnership and sustainability. This includes: constructive stakeholder engagement to leverage partnerships, build trust, agree mechanisms for dispute resolution and manage expectations supporting, but not supplanting, the provision of government services helping to improve welfare through health, education and training; and adherence to the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the US State Department's Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights, in accordance with our business policies
Integrated Community Based SecurityThe Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights is the foundation of Tangguh’s Integrated Community Based Security (ICBS) program. It underpins the agreement between Tangguh and the Indonesian police and complements the notion of community based security, recognizing the important role and participation of the communities in security.
For further information on our social policies and programmes, use the link on this page to download the relevant section of the Project Summary Environmental Impact Assesment.