We are committed to conducting business in a manner that is compatible with the environmental and economic needs of the communities in which we operate, and that protects the safety, security, and health of our employees, those involved with our operations, our customers, and the public.
In Papua New Guinea, our liquefied natural gas project has a waste wood distribution program in the villages around the liquefied natural gas plant site, just outside of Port Moresby.
In the past few years, companies, contractors, designers and suppliers were converging on the same expensive technological problems and solutions, many of which hinged on the best lifting and hoisting strategies and practices.
Imperial Oil works closely with Aboriginal communities near its historic heavy-oil operation in Alberta. Imperial’s long-term outreach initiatives result in economic benefit through training and employment programs, and focused strategies on business development.
Our first priority is to avoid waste generation, and then to reuse or recycle waste wherever and whenever safely possible.