Doing right by the planet, people and principles of governance.

Our ESG approach

We have always aimed to manage our business as responsibly as possible, and we are pleased to take the next step to collate and communicate our progress according to environmental, social and governance (ESG) principals.

Though some may wonder how a business that has primarily operated in the oil and gas space might take an ESG-led approach, we reject any notion of contradiction. The energy transition is well underway, but for as long as there is an oil and gas and offshore energy sector, it must operate as efficiently and as respectfully toward the environment as possible.

That’s what our products and services are all about. And today, we are finding exciting new opportunities for our products and services across the broader offshore energy spectrum, from carbon capture and storage (CCS), to innovations in offshore green hydrogen.

Operationally, we are now carbon neutral for all our sites globally, and we are committed to cutting our business emissions to Net Zero by 2050, or sooner.

As for the ‘S’ and the ‘G’? We have always ensured that our local communities benefit from our presence and have done our best to put in place the processes to manage our company the right way.

“We have always aimed to manage our business as responsibly as possible, but today’s business environment rightly requires more rigour, and pushes us to codify and communicate our progress.”

James Larnder, MD

“Our Sea Swift platform can be fully powered by renewables, such as wind and solar – eliminating the need for diesel power generators and their emissions.”

Stewart Maxwell, Technical Director

Our focus areas:

  • Planet

    Our ambition is to achieve carbon neutrality within our own business, and by doing so to support our clients with their own decarbonisation efforts through offering a carbon-neutral option within their supply chain.

  • People

    People are at the heart of everything we do, and we aim to be a business at the core of the communities we exist within. Our commitment is to do right by both groups.

  • Principles of governance

    The governance of our operations is fundamental to our ways of working. Through published and audited procedures and management systems, we seek to ensure that our operations and technical output are conducted transparently in accordance with industry best practices.

In numbers

In 2020, we made an incredible impact on how we operate with planet, people and governance in mind. See some of our results here:

  • 30% less steel

    Our Sea Swift platform is designed with up to 30% less steel than off-the-shelf jacketed option

  • 85% recycling

    of total waste in 2020

  • 300,000 hours

    We provided 300,000 hours of paid employment in West Africa

  • 25%

    of our managers are female

  • 2,648 days

    since our last lost-time injury

  • 108 people

    have undergone anti-bribery training

Download our 2020 ESG report

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