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Repsol’s Canadian interests are focused on liquids and gas assets in the Greater Edson area of Alberta, conventional heavy oil western assets in the Chauvin area of Alberta/Saskatchewan, and liquids-rich gas assets in Alberta’s Duvernay play.
Repsol is a global multienergy company, and our main objective is to make a contribution to building a sustainable energy model in the long term by developing smart energies that encourage economic growth for society and people’s wellbeing.
We are committed to making a positive impact in the communities near our offices and operations. One of the ways we do this is by investing in charitable organizations dedicated to improving the quality of life in the communities where we operate.
At Repsol, maintaining the privilege of working with our local communities is a top priority. We conduct our business with courtesy and respect, and consider open and honest communication a core value across our operations.
This report reflects our commitment to transparent, responsible and sustainable development and our strong belief that neighboring communities and local stakeholders should benefit from our activities.
Improving safety performance continues to be a key business goal for our Canadian operations. Through a structured coaching approach (Safety Excellence for Supervisors and Managers), a safety consultant works directly with field-based leadership in real, day-to-day work activities to improve personal safety ownership and to encourage individual and team behaviours that demonstrates visible and credible improvements in safety leadership.
Supporting Aboriginal Communities
We provide First Nations entrepreneurs with access to funds so they can create new businesses or maintain and expand existing ones. We also have an awards program that supports Alberta First Nations and Metis during their enrollments at technical schools, colleges or universities.