Our frontline role is to work with people in the countries where we are based, to help them develop sustainably.

“Our frontline role is to work with people in the countries where we are based, to help them develop sustainably."

Jean-Noël Bouassi-Bouassi,

Subsidiary Deputy General Manager

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Corporate Social Responsibility Policy

CSR Policy

That involves supplying local communities, in a tripartite relationship with the authorities, with some of the tools they need to create development opportunities. Those include: access to energy, empowerment of people and larger scale projects like fish farming or agroforestry, as well as offering support to local entrepreneurs. WE WORK TOGETHER.Being responsible and staying engaged for the long term means sharing our expertise with partners and local stakeholders at all levels. It means identifying the needs of those concerned and assisting them with progressive development until they are ready to become autonomous. We’re aiming for the empowerment of communities which leads to positive and sustainable projects worldwide.

That involves supplying local communities, in a tripartite relationship with the authorities, with some of the tools they need to create development opportunities.
Those include: access to energy, empowerment of people and larger scale projects like fish farming or agroforestry, as well as offering support to local entrepreneurs.

WE WORK TOGETHER

Being responsible and staying engaged for the long term means sharing our expertise with partners and local stakeholders at all levels.
It means identifying the needs of those concerned and assisting them with progressive development until they are ready to become autonomous.
We’re aiming for the empowerment of communities which leads to positive and sustainable projects worldwide.

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Ethics & Business Integrity

All of our employees are expected to conduct their activities fairly and ethically, in such a way that it enhances the Group's reputation.

All of our employees are expected to conduct their activities fairly and ethically, in such a way that it enhances the Group's reputation.

Our Goals are: To promote and maintain honesty, integrity, and high ethical standards. To prevent financial and reputational damage to Perenco and its staff.Perenco personnel are committed to achieving these goals: Managers are responsible and accountable for upholding and communicating this policy and leading by example. All Perenco personnel must comply with this policy and promptly report concerns and violations.

Our Goals are:

  • To promote and maintain honesty, integrity, and high ethical standards.
  • To prevent financial and reputational damage to Perenco and its staff.

Perenco personnel are committed to achieving these goals:

  • Managers are responsible and accountable for upholding and communicating this policy and leading by example.
  • All Perenco personnel must comply with this policy and promptly report concerns and violations.
To ensure compliance with our Ethics and Business Integrity Policy we: Comply with all laws governing Perenco and its operations as well as Perenco internal policies including those on Health and Safety, Environment, Security and Social Responsibilities. Treat all staff, business partners and local communities fairly and with respect. Ensure we avoid making any illegal payments including to customers, agents, and host governments. Avoid all conflicts of interest including any transactions which could be perceived as conflicts of interest. Ensure all Perenco documentation, including financial accounts and records, are accurate, complete, and truthful. Maintain the confidentiality of commercially sensitive information. Compete fairly. Report all violations and concerns in a spirit of openness and transparency.

To ensure compliance with our Ethics and Business Integrity Policy we:

  • Comply with all laws governing Perenco and its operations as well as Perenco internal policies including those on Health and Safety, Environment, Security and Social Responsibilities.
  • Treat all staff, business partners and local communities fairly and with respect.
  • Ensure we avoid making any illegal payments including to customers, agents, and host governments.
  • Avoid all conflicts of interest including any transactions which could be perceived as conflicts of interest.
  • Ensure all Perenco documentation, including financial accounts and records, are accurate, complete, and truthful.
  • Maintain the confidentiality of commercially sensitive information.
  • Compete fairly.
  • Report all violations and concerns in a spirit of openness and transparency.

Empowerment

Perenco is 100% committed to economic and social development in the countries where we operate. We are often a major investor, which gives us rights, but also means we have commitments to fulfil. We must be mindful when it comes to oil and gas production or the decommissioning of platforms. Capacity building, through reinforcing local knowledge, is the cornerstone of development. We create lasting solutions, which include helping local populations create small businesses that will be sustainable in the years ahead.

Perenco is 100% committed to economic and social development in the countries where we operate.
We are often a major investor, which gives us rights, but also means we have commitments to fulfil.
We must be mindful when it comes to oil and gas production or the decommissioning of platforms.
Capacity building, through reinforcing local knowledge, is the cornerstone of development.
We create lasting solutions, which include helping local populations create small businesses that will be sustainable in the years ahead.

Barge Training Center Presentation

Barge Training Center Presentation

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Barge Training Center Presentation

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BARGE TRAINING CENTRE.One training centre. Four countries. The Barge Training Centre is a ground-breaking solution which flows seamlessly with our training needs from Cameroon and Gabon down into the Republic of Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). It’s a floating centre which moves to wherever training is most needed. At Perenco maintaining good operational practices day in, day out, isn’t the exception, it’s the rule. Because we’re constantly evolving, we have to review and revise regularly across our multidisciplinary and multicultural teams. The Training Barge team is drawn from across West Africa and the rest of the world, we have some of our most experienced hands working on the project. This in-house solution will offer training in: field work, QHSE, production, mechanics, electricity, instrumentation and well operations. Staff can expect training including theoretical courses, practical group work, and running through scenarios which might unfold on our sites.

BARGE TRAINING CENTRE

One training centre. Four countries.
The Barge Training Centre is a ground-breaking solution which flows seamlessly with our training needs from Cameroon and Gabon down into the Republic of Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). It’s a floating centre which moves to wherever training is most needed.

At Perenco maintaining good operational practices day in, day out, isn’t the exception, it’s the rule.

Because we’re constantly evolving, we have to review and revise regularly across our multidisciplinary and multicultural teams.

The Training Barge team is drawn from across West Africa and the rest of the world, we have some of our most experienced hands working on the project.

This in-house solution will offer training in: field work, QHSE, production, mechanics, electricity, instrumentation and well operations.

Staff can expect training including theoretical courses, practical group work, and running through scenarios which might unfold on our sites.

“We try to use what we’ve learned in all the places that we work, which is what makes this project really special. It’s that exchange of knowledge that’s really important at Perenco."

“We try to use what we’ve learned in all the places that we work, which is what makes this project really special. It’s that exchange of knowledge that’s really important at Perenco."

Benjamin Rambaud,

Barge Training Centre Coordinator

BARGE TRAINING CENTRE
One training centre. Four countries. The Barge Training Centre is a ground-breaking solution which flows seamlessly with our training needs from Cameroon and Gabon down into the Republic of Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). It’s a floating centre which moves to wherever training is most needed. At Perenco maintaining good operational practices day in, day out, isn’t the exception, it’s the rule. Because we’re constantly evolving, we have to review and revise regularly across our multidisciplinary and multicultural teams. The Training Barge team is drawn from across West Africa and the rest of the world, we have some of our most experienced hands working on the project. This in-house solution will offer training in: field work, QHSE, production, mechanics, electricity, instrumentation and well operations. Staff can expect training including theoretical courses, practical group work, and running through scenarios which might unfold on our sites.

One training centre. Four countries.
The Barge Training Centre is a ground-breaking solution which flows seamlessly with our training needs from Cameroon and Gabon down into the Republic of Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). It’s a floating centre which moves to wherever training is most needed.

At Perenco maintaining good operational practices day in, day out, isn’t the exception, it’s the rule.

Because we’re constantly evolving, we have to review and revise regularly across our multidisciplinary and multicultural teams.

The Training Barge team is drawn from across West Africa and the rest of the world, we have some of our most experienced hands working on the project.

This in-house solution will offer training in: field work, QHSE, production, mechanics, electricity, instrumentation and well operations.

Staff can expect training including theoretical courses, practical group work, and running through scenarios which might unfold on our sites.

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8°40'27"E

“We try to use what we’ve learned in all the places that we work, which is what makes this project really special. It’s that exchange of knowledge that’s really important at Perenco."

“We try to use what we’ve learned in all the places that we work, which is what makes this project really special. It’s that exchange of knowledge that’s really important at Perenco."

Benjamin Rambaud,

Barge Training Centre Coordinator

Supporting Sustainable Projects.We partner with local businesses wherever we operate in oil and gas production. That could mean helping to create a business from scratch or supporting entrepreneurship. We help make people responsible for their own futures by providing training in key sectors such as health, farming and education. As well as working alongside local partners to develop social, healthcare and education projects.

Supporting Sustainable Projects

We partner with local businesses wherever we operate in oil and gas production.
That could mean helping to create a business from scratch or supporting entrepreneurship.
We help make people responsible for their own futures by providing training in key sectors such as health, farming and education.
As well as working alongside local partners to develop social, healthcare and education projects.

FISH FARMING IN GABON.Fish farming in the Fernan Vaz area is the latest of our ventures in the local community close to one of our sites in Gabon. We hired specialists to carry out a study into sustainable activities and they came back with this idea for the development of the lagoon and its people. Perenco then helped to take over the day-to-day running of the project through Terre et Eau du Gabon (Earth and Water of Gabon). We’re really putting this in place for the communities close to the area where we operate, we’re looking at the long term because we want them to become self-sufficient.

FISH FARMING IN GABON

Fish farming in the Fernan Vaz area is the latest of our ventures in the local community close to one of our sites in Gabon.

We hired specialists to carry out a study into sustainable activities and they came back with this idea for the development of the lagoon and its people.

Perenco then helped to take over the day-to-day running of the project through Terre et Eau du Gabon (Earth and Water of Gabon).
We’re really putting this in place for the communities close to the area where we operate, we’re looking at the long term because we want them to become self-sufficient.


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“It’s early days, but this project could eventually generate 400 tonnes of fish per year."

“It’s early days, but this project could eventually generate 400 tonnes of fish per year."

Nestor Awaurhet,

Subsidiary Deputy General Manager

Supporting Sustainable Projects.We partner with local businesses wherever we operate in oil and gas production. That could mean helping to create a business from scratch or supporting entrepreneurship. We help make people responsible for their own futures by providing training in key sectors such as health, farming and education. As well as working alongside local partners to develop social, healthcare and education projects.

Supporting Sustainable Projects

We partner with local businesses wherever we operate in oil and gas production.
That could mean helping to create a business from scratch or supporting entrepreneurship.
We help make people responsible for their own futures by providing training in key sectors such as health, farming and education.
As well as working alongside local partners to develop social, healthcare and education projects.

FISH FARMING IN GABON
Fish farming in the Fernan Vaz area is the latest of our ventures in the local community close to one of our sites in Gabon. We hired specialists to carry out a study into sustainable activities and they came back with this idea for the development of the lagoon and its people. Perenco then helped to take over the day-to-day running of the project through Terre et Eau du Gabon (Earth and Water of Gabon). We’re really putting this in place for the communities close to the area where we operate, we’re looking at the long term because we want them to become self-sufficient.

Fish farming in the Fernan Vaz area is the latest of our ventures in the local community close to one of our sites in Gabon.

We hired specialists to carry out a study into sustainable activities and they came back with this idea for the development of the lagoon and its people.

Perenco then helped to take over the day-to-day running of the project through Terre et Eau du Gabon (Earth and Water of Gabon).
We’re really putting this in place for the communities close to the area where we operate, we’re looking at the long term because we want them to become self-sufficient.


“It’s early days, but this project could eventually generate 400 tonnes of fish per year."

Nestor Awaurhet,

Subsidiary Deputy General Manager

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5°48’38’’S
12°14’16’’E

Energy transition

REDUCING OUR IMPACT.We are committed to supporting the global effort to reduce our emissions and limit the effects of climate change. One of the ways we are doing our part is by building gas networks across our fields. Mature and marginal fields are more complex to operate due to the small volumes of gas they still hold, which is often spread over long distances. Since 2006 we've been building massive gas networks across our fields, ultimately bringing all the gas together in one place. It then goes to feed local industry and power plants with cheaper and lower carbon fuel, reducing our emissions and contributing to our hosts' climate change goals. We also aim to control the effects we may have on the environment and biodiversity surrounding our fields. Our CSR commitments are key to our work around the world on a local, regional and international scale.
REDUCING OUR IMPACT

We are committed to supporting the global effort to reduce our emissions and limit the effects of climate change. One of the ways we are doing our part is by building gas networks across our fields.
Mature and marginal fields are more complex to operate due to the small volumes of gas they still hold, which is often spread over long distances.

Since 2006 we've been building massive gas networks across our fields, ultimately bringing all the gas together in one place.

It then goes to feed local industry and power plants with cheaper and lower carbon fuel, reducing our emissions and contributing to our hosts' climate change goals.

We also aim to control the effects we may have on the environment and biodiversity surrounding our fields.

Our CSR commitments are key to our work around the world on a local, regional and international scale.

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CLIMATE CHANGE.We are also helping countries fulfil their climate change pledges. We are working hand in hand with them as they balance energy and economic development needs with their climate change objectives. Practically, we have supported the switch from fuel to gas for many power plants in Cameroon, Chad and Gabon , improving the carbon footprint of those countries. We also take a leading role in ensuring energy security in the United Kingdom, Tunisia, Trinidad and Tobago and Vietnam with ambitious gas developments ongoing.
CLIMATE CHANGE

We are also helping countries fulfil their climate change pledges.
We are working hand in hand with them as they balance energy and economic development needs with their climate change objectives.
Practically, we have supported the switch from fuel to gas for many power plants in Cameroon, Chad and Gabon , improving the carbon footprint of those countries.
We also take a leading role in ensuring energy security in the United Kingdom, Tunisia, Trinidad and Tobago and Vietnam with ambitious gas developments ongoing.

“We look at climate change through the Perenco lens, with the Perenco philosophy. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution. We look at the problem holistically as we support development where we operate.”

“We look at climate change through the Perenco lens, with the Perenco philosophy. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution. We look at the problem holistically as we support development where we operate.”

Denis Clerc-Renaud,

Power & Renewables Manager

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8°50'41''E

.What action are we taking on climate change? We aim to reduce the scope of all our CO2 emissions. We record and disclose all our carbon emissions to the relevant authorities in each country we operate in with a plan to reduce them over years..We’re working on several initiatives including:

What action are we taking on climate change?

We aim to reduce the scope of all our CO2 emissions.
We record and disclose all our carbon emissions to the relevant authorities in each country we operate in with a plan to reduce them over years.

We’re working on several initiatives including:

  • Reducing energy usage
  • Adding value
  • Reducing flaring
  • Developing gas networks
  • Converting gas to electricity
  • Converting gas to LNG
  • Investing in Renewables
Reducing energy usage through facility optimisation and field efficiency. In the southern North Sea (UK), the Southern Hub Asset Rationalisation Project (SHARP), has allowed for better adaptations to the compression system, which means we’ve reduced emissions by 25%.

Reducing energy usage through facility optimisation and field efficiency. In the southern North Sea (UK), the Southern Hub Asset Rationalisation Project (SHARP), has allowed for better adaptations to the compression system, which means we’ve reduced emissions by 25%.

Developing local initiatives like the CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) for vehicles, the distribution to nearby villages and support for basic needs (access to water and electricity) as we do in DRC.

Developing local initiatives like the CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) for vehicles, the distribution to nearby villages and support for basic needs (access to water and electricity) as we do in DRC.

Reducing flaring through gas to power and gas to industry projects: in Gabon, 100% of the gas consumed by the industries and the national power plants will be coming from associated gas from Perenco fields.

Reducing flaring through gas to power and gas to industry projects: in Gabon, 100% of the gas consumed by the industries and the national power plants will be coming from associated gas from Perenco fields.

Developing gas networks to support the energy transition: in Cameroon, Gabon and Tunisia we’ve reduced domestic gas imports (LPG) up to 40%.

Developing gas networks to support the energy transition: in Cameroon, Gabon and Tunisia we’ve reduced domestic gas imports (LPG) up to 40%.

In our strategy we always start the local development by delivering gas to local power plants, facilitating the energy transition for the country and improving the power availability and reliability as we have done for the city of Moundou, Chad.

In our strategy we always start the local development by delivering gas to local power plants, facilitating the energy transition for the country and improving the power availability and reliability as we have done for the city of Moundou, Chad.

The Cap Lopez LNG project is a ground breaking project for Gabon with a production of LNG from associated gas at relatively small scale, a first in Africa. We intend to produce 0.6 million tonnes per year from 2026 and quickly double this production.

The Cap Lopez LNG project is a ground breaking project for Gabon with a production of LNG from associated gas at relatively small scale, a first in Africa. We intend to produce 0.6 million tonnes per year from 2026 and quickly double this production.

In Tunisia we have built a solar farm to power the national network. In the United Kingdom, we have invested in fuel cell technology to provide power to the facilities.

In Tunisia we have built a solar farm to power the national network. In the United Kingdom, we have invested in fuel cell technology to provide power to the facilities.

We’re working on several initiatives including:

  • Reducing energy usage

    Reducing energy usage through facility optimisation and field efficiency. In the southern North Sea (UK), the Southern Hub Asset Rationalisation Project (SHARP), has allowed for better adaptations to the compression system, which means we’ve reduced emissions by 25%.

    Reducing energy usage through facility optimisation and field efficiency. In the southern North Sea (UK), the Southern Hub Asset Rationalisation Project (SHARP), has allowed for better adaptations to the compression system, which means we’ve reduced emissions by 25%.

  • Adding value

    Developing local initiatives like the CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) for vehicles, the distribution to nearby villages and support for basic needs (access to water and electricity) as we do in DRC.

    Developing local initiatives like the CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) for vehicles, the distribution to nearby villages and support for basic needs (access to water and electricity) as we do in DRC.

  • Reducing flaring

    Reducing flaring through gas to power and gas to industry projects: in Gabon, 100% of the gas consumed by the industries and the national power plants will be coming from associated gas from Perenco fields.

    Reducing flaring through gas to power and gas to industry projects: in Gabon, 100% of the gas consumed by the industries and the national power plants will be coming from associated gas from Perenco fields.

  • Developing gas networks

    Developing gas networks to support the energy transition: in Cameroon, Gabon and Tunisia we’ve reduced domestic gas imports (LPG) up to 40%.

    Developing gas networks to support the energy transition: in Cameroon, Gabon and Tunisia we’ve reduced domestic gas imports (LPG) up to 40%.

  • Converting gas to electricity

    In our strategy we always start the local development by delivering gas to local power plants, facilitating the energy transition for the country and improving the power availability and reliability as we have done for the city of Moundou, Chad.

    In our strategy we always start the local development by delivering gas to local power plants, facilitating the energy transition for the country and improving the power availability and reliability as we have done for the city of Moundou, Chad.

  • Converting gas to LNG

    The Cap Lopez LNG project is a ground breaking project for Gabon with a production of LNG from associated gas at relatively small scale, a first in Africa. We intend to produce 0.6 million tonnes per year from 2026 and quickly double this production.

    The Cap Lopez LNG project is a ground breaking project for Gabon with a production of LNG from associated gas at relatively small scale, a first in Africa. We intend to produce 0.6 million tonnes per year from 2026 and quickly double this production.

  • Investing in Renewables

    In Tunisia we have built a solar farm to power the national network. In the United Kingdom, we have invested in fuel cell technology to provide power to the facilities.

    In Tunisia we have built a solar farm to power the national network. In the United Kingdom, we have invested in fuel cell technology to provide power to the facilities.

We are also investing in renewable energy sources and forestation programmes, as well as developing a carbon capture project in the North Sea. The developing world still needs oil and gas, which is where we fit in. We believe there’s still value in the resources that already exist. It’s our raison d’être.

We are also investing in renewable energy sources and forestation programmes, as well as developing a carbon capture project in the North Sea.
The developing world still needs oil and gas, which is where we fit in.
We believe there’s still value in the resources that already exist.
It’s our raison d’être.

“We keep original platforms, modernise, adapt and redevelop. We're completely anti-waste and our job is to recycle wherever we can."

“We keep original platforms, modernise, adapt and redevelop. We're completely anti-waste and our job is to recycle wherever we can."

Hervé Munyeku Mawano,

Project Engineer

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Health

Health is wealth, and access to healthcare is one of our key CSR commitments. We invest in several life-changing health programmes such as PASS in the Republic of Congo. Whether that’s building and equipping local facilities, improving access to medical screening, or to better treatment and drugs for people living close to our sites. We finance projects which aim to strengthen the quality and capacity of care. This includes training medical staff in local communities to provide healthcare to vulnerable populations who live in hard-to-reach places.

Health is wealth, and access to healthcare is one of our key CSR commitments.
We invest in several life-changing health programmes such as PASS in the Republic of Congo.
Whether that’s building and equipping local facilities, improving access to medical screening, or to better treatment and drugs for people living close to our sites.
We finance projects which aim to strengthen the quality and capacity of care.
This includes training medical staff in local communities to provide healthcare to vulnerable populations who live in hard-to-reach places.

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90°47'9''O

perenco AND THE PANDEMIC.Our ability to react fast and come up with smart solutions certainly helped during the Covid-19 pandemic. We worked in partnership with the authorities in Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the Republic of Congo and Gabon to set up PCR screening labs. In the early stages that meant screening to isolate and treat those testing positive. Both on our sites and in the areas surrounding them. COVID-19 SCREENING BY NUMBERS

perenco AND THE PANDEMIC

Our ability to react fast and come up with smart solutions certainly helped during the Covid-19 pandemic.
We worked in partnership with the authorities in Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the Republic of Congo and Gabon to set up PCR screening labs.
In the early stages that meant screening to isolate and treat those testing positive. Both on our sites and in the areas surrounding them.

COVID-19 SCREENING BY NUMBERS

  • Since September 2020

    76,985

    tests

  • in Cameroon, the DRC, the Republic of Congo and Gabon

    4

    labs

  • of remote training

    47

    hours

BUILT TO LAST As part of our commitment these labs will continue with screening for illnesses that impact local populations including Tuberculosis, Buruli ulcer, measles and river blindness (onchocerciasis).

BUILT TO LAST

As part of our commitment these labs will continue with screening for illnesses that impact local populations including Tuberculosis, Buruli ulcer, measles and river blindness (onchocerciasis).

“The feedback from the ground has been fantastic. Local technicians who did the PCR training at the height of the pandemic felt proud that they were making a difference. They improved their skills at a critical time. The labs are now established for long-term testing and treating endemic diseases. So it’s a win-win.”

“The feedback from the ground has been fantastic. Local technicians who did the PCR training at the height of the pandemic felt proud that they were making a difference. They improved their skills at a critical time. The labs are now established for long-term testing and treating endemic diseases. So it’s a win-win.”

Émilie Rebeyrol Brimeur,

CSR Project Coordinator

perenco AND THE PANDEMIC
Our ability to react fast and come up with smart solutions certainly helped during the Covid-19 pandemic. We worked in partnership with the authorities in Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the Republic of Congo and Gabon to set up PCR screening labs. In the early stages that meant screening to isolate and treat those testing positive. Both on our sites and in the areas surrounding them. COVID-19 SCREENING BY NUMBERS

Our ability to react fast and come up with smart solutions certainly helped during the Covid-19 pandemic.
We worked in partnership with the authorities in Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the Republic of Congo and Gabon to set up PCR screening labs.
In the early stages that meant screening to isolate and treat those testing positive. Both on our sites and in the areas surrounding them.

COVID-19 SCREENING BY NUMBERS

“The feedback from the ground has been fantastic. Local technicians who did the PCR training at the height of the pandemic felt proud that they were making a difference. They improved their skills at a critical time. The labs are now established for long-term testing and treating endemic diseases. So it’s a win-win.”

“The feedback from the ground has been fantastic. Local technicians who did the PCR training at the height of the pandemic felt proud that they were making a difference. They improved their skills at a critical time. The labs are now established for long-term testing and treating endemic diseases. So it’s a win-win.”

Émilie Rebeyrol Brimeur,

CSR Project Coordinator

BUILT TO LAST

As part of our commitment these labs will continue with screening for illnesses that impact local populations including Tuberculosis, Buruli ulcer, measles and river blindness (onchocerciasis).

Infrastructure

At Perenco it’s in our DNA to find smart solutions as well as support long-term development. ACCESS TO LOCAL RESOURCES Our CSR actions are local and aim to make an impact for the long term. So we engage with stakeholders at all levels to provide the right solution for the right project.

At Perenco it’s in our DNA to find smart solutions as well as support long-term development.

ACCESS TO LOCAL RESOURCES

Our CSR actions are local and aim to make an impact for the long term.
So we engage with stakeholders at all levels to provide the right solution for the right project.

Ecoasphalt.Building roads in Guatemala Months of research and experiments which involved mixing plastic bags and bottles with the bitumen we produce in our Guatemala refinery finally paid off when we unveiled a carpark and a brand-new access road to the University of San Carlos. The project recycled 310,000 of waste plastic bottles and approximately 50,000 plastic bags. That gave us the equivalent of about 500m of road surface. If this technology were extrapolated to the construction and renovation of all future roads in Guatemala it could use up to 30% of its national yearly plastic waste.

Ecoasphalt

Building roads in Guatemala
Months of research and experiments which involved mixing plastic bags and bottles with the bitumen we produce in our Guatemala refinery finally paid off when we unveiled a carpark and a brand-new access road to the University of San Carlos.

The project recycled 310,000 of waste plastic bottles and approximately 50,000 plastic bags. That gave us the equivalent of about 500m of road surface.

If this technology were extrapolated to the construction and renovation of all future roads in Guatemala it could use up to 30% of its national yearly plastic waste.

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88°35'2"O

Ecoasphalt
Ecoasphalt.Building roads in Guatemala Months of research and experiments which involved mixing plastic bags and bottles with the bitumen we produce in our Guatemala refinery finally paid off when we unveiled a carpark and a brand-new access road to the University of San Carlos. The project recycled 310,000 of waste plastic bottles and approximately 50,000 plastic bags. That gave us the equivalent of about 500m of road surface. If this technology were extrapolated to the construction and renovation of all future roads in Guatemala it could use up to 30% of its national yearly plastic waste.

Ecoasphalt

Building roads in Guatemala
Months of research and experiments which involved mixing plastic bags and bottles with the bitumen we produce in our Guatemala refinery finally paid off when we unveiled a carpark and a brand-new access road to the University of San Carlos.

The project recycled 310,000 of waste plastic bottles and approximately 50,000 plastic bags. That gave us the equivalent of about 500m of road surface.

If this technology were extrapolated to the construction and renovation of all future roads in Guatemala it could use up to 30% of its national yearly plastic waste.

“Basic needs in the countries where we operate are enormous. We work on the ground so our solutions come from the ground. In practical terms that means helping to build and develop much-needed infrastructures, including roads, bridges, administrative buildings, healthcare institutions or schools.”

“Basic needs in the countries where we operate are enormous. We work on the ground so our solutions come from the ground. In practical terms that means helping to build and develop much-needed infrastructures, including roads, bridges, administrative buildings, healthcare institutions or schools.”

Astrid Espinel Barrero,

Corporate Social Responsibility Manager

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15°41'37"N
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