01 December 2013
Case study about how Tullow closes the gap between standards in local, undeveloped markets and international standards.
29 June 2013
In 2012, Tullow initiated a seismic survey to identify further potential oil and gas reserves in the subsea rock formations in and around the Jubilee field.
Tullow held its third successful industry partner forum, which aims to raise awareness of anti-bribery and corruption, the requirements of the UK Bribery Act, as well as Tullow's own Code of Business Conduct.
29 May 2013
In 2012, Tullow launched a marine environmental research programme in Gabon that will deliver biodiversity data to help quantity and qualify the area's rich offshore habitat.
In 2012 we invited representatives from investment funds, NGOs and civil society to meet with Tullow’s EHS, operational and technical personnel for our first environment-focused multi-stakeholder forum.
Environmental groups are an important and influential stakeholder for Tullow in Suriname. Previous activity in relation to oil exploration in neighbouring French Guiana had been met with local environmental opposition and Tullow has been keen to build a co-operative relationship with local environmental groups in Suriname.
Tullow has commissioned an independent, landscape-scale biodiversity baseline study of EA2 and adjacent areas.
01 December 2012
Interview with Zeal Environmental Technologies Limited (ZETL), one of the biggest indigenous Ghanaian Oil & Gas Waste Management companies that provide services to the oil industry in Ghana.
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