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Our 2011/2012 CR Report covers Tullow's corporate responsibility performance for 2011, plus significant events and developments occurring in the first half of 2012. Our goal in this report is to provide an overview of our operations and how corporate responsibility issues are tied to our core business, while discussing in more detail related developments and major events that occurred during the reporting period. We also prioritise the topics of current and long-term strategic importance to Tullow, along with the topics identified by our stakeholders as being of most significance to them. A full basis of reporting is available. Click here for a full basis of reporting.
Every year, report contributors from across the business identify the primary audiences they wish to reach through the Corporate Responsibility (CR) report. The output of our 2011/2012 exercise has identified our key audiences as governments and regulators, shareholders (particularly Socially Responsible Investors), NGOs and Tullow's supply chain. Local communities form a very significant part of our engagement effort, and while their feedback will feature in this report, core outreach to this stakeholder group is through channels such as Community Liaison Officers, town hall meetings and radio programmes. Sources reviewed in determining the structure and content of our 2011/2012 CR Report included:
Key topics included in the 2011/2012 CR Report are: