Our goal of achieving no damage to the environment guides our actions. We consider local conditions when determining which issues would benefit from the greatest focus
Sensitive areas and biodiversity
We support the conservation of sensitive areas that house our planet’s rich natural and cultural heritage.
In circumstances where our activities occur in places that have cultural significance, are home to threatened or protected species, or have outstanding biological, geographical or social value, we take action to mitigate the potential impact of our work.
Water is one of the planet’s most precious resources, which is why we actively manage its use.
We have operations in many different countries and the availability of water in areas where we work can vary greatly. That’s why it’s important to look at local conditions, such as water stress and scarcity, in order to manage our impact.
Tackling local air quality is increasingly important to communities, governments and other stakeholders, driven mainly by public health concerns.
Monitoring the impact of seismic surveys in the Caspian sea
Some of our most recent exploration activities in Azerbaijan took place near the Absheron National Park, an international protected area and key migration area for the endangered Caspian seal. Read more...