The 17 Sustainable Development Goals formulated by the United Nations in 2015 aimed to eliminate poverty, protect the planet, and improve everyday life for everyone all over the world.
In this situation, exacerbated by geopolitical upheavals such as the war in Ukraine and the current energy crisis, pressure is growing on energy companies to meet a wide range of occasionally conflicting expectations. These demands are legitimate, reflecting people’s aspiration to build a more responsible and more equitable world, while ensuring that the required transition is as fair as possible.
For a company like ours – a key player in the energy landscape and member of the United Nations Global Compact – creating shared value means supporting the countries in which we operate as they transition towards a multi-energy model lower in carbon and helping to make energy accessible and affordable for as many people as possible.
This applies on all levels, from developing our host communities to promoting fiscal transparency and fighting corruption, as well as steadfast commitment to young people and helping them find employment.