Our Policy

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Bockx energy limited General Business Principles state our insistence on honesty, integrity and fairness in all aspects of our business. The direct or indirect offer, payment, solicitation or acceptance of bribes is unacceptable. UN Global Compact Principle 10: Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery. Our policy is clear: we do not tolerate the direct or indirect offer, payment, solicitation or acceptance of bribes in any form. Facilitation payments are also prohibited.

Bockx energy limited we support job creation and buy goods and services from local suppliers that meet our standards. This is one way for us to share the benefits of oil and gas development with the wider economy. We also offer our support to governments when they are designing legislative frameworks to promote local economic growth. To ensure we comply with legislation and contribute to people’s standard of living, our supplier principles integrate social considerations in the contracting and procurement processes.

We work with communities to understand their priorities and concerns. Managing our impact on people is essential to being a responsible company. We do this by creating new jobs, encouraging local businesses to be a part of our supply chain, and providing useful skills training. Our projects can have an impact on neighbouring communities where we operate. Therefore, we work with subject matter experts (SMEs) to understand the effects that a project may have on land, livelihoods and culture. We also engage with communities to understand their priorities and concerns. We work to mitigate any possible negative consequences of a project, working alongside our technical and commercial teams.

Bockx energy limited to buys goods and services from local suppliers as part of our approach to share the benefits of oil and gas development with the wider economy. We contribute to employment creation directly and indirectly: directly through the employment of company staff and the purchase of goods and services; indirectly through the employment, subcontracting and procurement activities of our contractor and suppliers, and through wider economic effects. We buy goods and services from local suppliers that meet our standards as part of our approach to share the benefits of oil and gas/ construction or supplies development to the wider economy. In some cases, we support businesses in developing the skills required to meet these standards. Our supplier principles integrate social considerations in the contracting and procurement processes.