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Tullow Oil plc is pleased to announce that over 11,000 applicants competed for up to 100 places on Tullow’s 2013/14 Group Scholarship Scheme. The selected scholars, chosen from a range of countries where we have operations, will begin their studies this month.
Tullow Oil plc (Tullow) today releases its 2012 Corporate Responsibility report which details Tullow’s performance across a range of areas including safety, governance, people, supply chain, local content and social performance. The report provides new levels of disclosure on payments to major stakeholder groups including governments.
Tullow Oil plc (Tullow) is pleased to announce that it will offer up to 114 scholarships across its countries of operation for the 2013/14 academic year.
Tullow has entered into a three year partnership with a leading youth and education charity, City Year, supporting a team of volunteers working as tutors, mentors and role models to secondary school children in one of London’s most disadvantaged communities.
On 6 September 2012, Tullow Oil (Tullow) hosted a forum for its local and international contractors in Uganda that focussed on safety performance reporting and compliance.
Tullow Ghana recently sponsored a two-day seminar on oil and gas for editors from selected local on-line and print media at Koforidua, in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Attendees included more than 20 representatives of publications such as the Daily Graphic, the Ghana News Agency, Joy FM and Citi FM.
On Monday 16 July, 60 representatives from a range of contractors and CSR partners attended the sixth Tullow Bangladesh Limited (TBL) Contractor EHS Forum, where they celebrated two years of operations with zero Lost Time Incidents (LTI).
How we’re reaching out to local businesses in Ghana and providing pathways into our industry’s supply chain.
On 21 June 2012, the FPSO Kwame Nkrumah team in Ghana reached a significant milestone by achieving two years of operations with zero Lost Time Incidents (LTIs).
Tullow Uganda has won the award for “Most Responsible & Ethical Supply Chain” at the East African CSR Awards in April this year. The awards showcase companies that go beyond compliance with legal requirements to integrate social and environmental values into their management strategies.