THE NEW SUSTAINABILITY REPORT CONFIRMS THE GROUP’S COMMITMENT IN CREATING SHARED VALUE
These are some of the key facts emerging from our Group’s “Creating Value”, its latest Sustainability Report”, which strongly confirms our commitment to Sustainability. A progressive path started 9 years ago by joining the UN Global Compact, and today further enhanced with the inclusion of the ESG (environmental, social and governance) indicators linked to the Sustainable Development Goals of the Group in the 2020-2024 Industrial Plan. We have in fact implemented a systemic approach to pursue efficiency, resilience and growth integrating sustainability in every aspect of its operations through strategic drivers such as:
- Energy transition: with NextChem, the subsidiary dedicated to green chemistry and circular economy, we aim at accelerating the energy transition.
- Technological innovation in order to minimize the environmental impact of the oil & gas industry, industrialize circular economy, and develop new products from renewable sources, as substitutes for fuels or plastics, as a long-term target.
- Digital innovation: leveraging digital technologies to redesign internal processes and at the same time enhance the group’s value proposition towards its client by offering a wide range of digital services (“digital advantage”).
- In-Country Value: making a lasting and sustainable contribution to economic and social development of local communities where we are present, through the close engagement of local stakeholders and contributing to local employment and human capital growth.
Creating Value - Sustainability Report 2019 web version
Creating Value - 2019 Sustainability Executive Summary
Creating Value - Sustainability Report 2019
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METHODOLOGY AND CRITERIA
The 2019 Sustainability Report has been prepared in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Sustainability Reporting Standards 2016: “Core option”. Furthermore, Maire Tecnimont has aligned itself with the new “Consolidated Non-Financial Disclosure” reporting requirements provided for by Italian Legislative Decree No. 254 of December 30, 2016, which transposes, into Italian law, Directive 2014/95/EU of the European Parliament and Council.