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Our commitment toward HSE (Health, Safety, and Environment)

Our principle of HSE

HSE is an acronym for "Health, Safety, and Environment." With HSE as our foremost priority, we commit ourselves to make our corporation-wide efforts to ensure the following: the safety and good health of our employees and contractors involved in our oil and gas exploration and production activities as well as all the local residents near our facilities, the prevention of accidents and injuries at work, and the reduction of loads on the environment.

Health, Safety, and Environmental Policy

Health, Safety, and Environmental Policy

Based on our basic “Health, Safety, and Environmental Policy,” we have devised a clear course of action to implement the Policy and its specific operation method. Also we have strengthened its company-wide sharing for ensuring compliance with it.

HSE Management System

HSE Management System

We always try to improve our HSE performance through the proper operation of PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, and Act) cycles based on the HSE management system conforming to the relevant international standards.

Our involvement toward Safety

Our involvement toward Safety

There exist various risks of accidents at every step in oil and natural gas development business: their exploration, development, and production, and well abandonment. We always make our best endeavor to implement the most appropriate risk management to ensure safer working environment and business operations.

Our involvement toward Environment

Our involvement toward Environment

In accordance with our basic “HSE Policy” and “JXTG Group Environmental Policy,” we comply with environment-related laws throughout our business operations and are making an all-out effort to engage in environmental conservation. The CO2-EOR* Project in the United States is a practical example of our drive against global warming.

* CO2-EOR (Enhanced Oil Recovery): a technique not only making the amount of crude oil recovery increase but also curbing the CO2 emission by injecting CO2 to the legacy oil field.