Galp as an integrated energy operator, present in different geographies, takes on the challenge of being a key partner to the communities where it conducts business, with the purpose of promoting social and economic development of those regions, in line with strategy.
We also ensure that throughout the life cycle of our projects, the stakeholders' expectations, particularly of the community, are identified, analysed, estimated, evaluated and monitored in order to assess risks and opportunities (due diligence). Additionally, for each project or operation we have defined and implemented a grievance mechanism, appropriate to the stakeholders and to each project phase.
100% of the projects in production and development phases are subject to consultation with communities and other stakeholders.
See the NTR-008 Standard Summary related to Health, safety, social and environmental specific requirements in Projects.
A responsible operator
As an E&P operator, we go beyond the environmental, social and health impact assessment (ESHIA). Galp performed an assessment, in Namibia operations, in accordance with the Natural and Social Capital Protocol, not only identifying, but also quantifying the potential environmental and social risks identified in the ESHIA.
Additionally, in order to involve the communities in which we operate, we are in continuous contact with local communities, aiming to share our knowledge with entities, organizations and local communities.
View our community engagement initiatives in our environmental, social and health impact study for the operation in São Tomé and Príncipe.
Engaging with the communities where we operate
The Galp Foundation is a private non-profit Public Utility entity, with the objective of deepening and promoting the Group's intervention in areas such as Citizenship and Social Responsibility.
We play an influential role in local sustainable development, promoting well-being through social projects, primarily promoting access to energy and education, reinforcing Galp's contribution to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Galp has identified these causes considering three strategic areas, which resulted in community initiatives: