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AccountAbility AA1000 Stakeholder Engagement Standard
Assists African governments to achieve long-term economic growth and transformation www.acetforafrica.org
Community Consultation and Disclosure Programme
A wholly owned Ghanaian freight forwarding and logistics company www.conshiponline.com
China National Offshore Oil Company
Civil Society Organisation
Exploration and Appraisal
Environment, Health and Safety
EHS Management System
Environmental Impact Assessment
Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
Environmental Management System
Provider of offshore contract drilling services to the oil and gas industry www.enscoplc.com
- Eirik Raude (The)
a fifth-generation semi-submersible drilling unit
Environmental and Social Impact Assessment
the sale of a percentage of a licence interest to another company
Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel
- FTSE 100
Equity index whose constituents are the 100 largest UK listed companies by market capitalisation
Geographic Information System
Ghana Offshore Emergency Leadership Forum
Global Reporting Initiative
Health and Safety
High Potential Incident
HiPo Frequency Rate measured in HiPos per million hours worked
International Regulators Forum
Information Management System
International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association
International Standards on Assurance Engagements
International Organization for Standardization
International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (The)
Grassroots advocacy and campaigning organisation fighting extreme poverty and preventable diseases www.one.org
Occupational Health & Safety Advisory Services
Oil Spill Response Ltd
Oil Spill Prevention and Response Advisory Group
Regional Business Manager
- Safety Case
A document or suite of documents that identifies, assesses, and documents major hazards
Senior Management Committee
Socially responsible investment
- sq km
Tullow Oil Environmental Standards
Total Recordable Injuries
TRI Frequency Rate measure in TRIs per million hours worked
Vehicle Accident Frequency Rate measured in vehicle accidents per million kms driven
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