Seven Energy is a leading Nigerian integrated gas company



Our goal remains; to be the leader amongst our peers in all areas of sustainability encompassing stakeholder relations, local content, people, compliance, quality management, asset protection and transport and health, safety and environment.

Seven Energy is proud to be identified as a leader in sustainable development in the Nigerian oil and gas industry. 

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Seven Energy is proud to be identified as a leader in sustainable development in the Nigerian oil and gas industry. Our company wide ethos ensures we are able to develop and add value to not just our customers but our team, our host communities and our contractors. On the basis of our proven sustainable development track record in the industry, our influence is increasingly ensuring that, alongside our partners, it can be demonstrated that with a more responsible corporate culture all stakeholders can look forward to development that is of benefit to all.

We recognise the important role that all of our stakeholders play in our success and place responsibility and transparency at the heart of our business. Seven Energy operates in a unique environment and our goal is to lead amongst our peers in all areas of sustainability as a holistic strategy for our business. We aim to be the industry leader in our sector for the quality of our disclosures on our sustainability performance and programs. We continue to align our annual Sustainability Report with the Global Reporting Initiative’s G4 Reporting Standard. Our reporting also references the International Finance Corporation (IFC) Performance Standards.

This year, we are also proud to announce our membership to the Initiative of the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights Association. As the first indigenous oil and gas company in Nigeria to achieve this feat, we continue to strive to demonstrate through our policies and practices, the determination to “maintain the safety and security of [our] operations within an operating framework that ensures respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms”.

In this Report, we provide an overview of our activities for the period of January 2015 to December 2015, in line with our existing business reporting and referencing our previous sustainability reporting approach. This year our report structure reflects our increasing ability to monitor and provide information in conformance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Principles.

We welcome feedback on this report or any of our activities that you may direct to:


Dr Glenn Bestall
Vice President, QHSSE/CSR


Sustainability Report 2015

(PDF 1.8MB)

QHSSEC & Compliance Policy Statement

(PDF 108KB)

Seven Energy: Supporting the Socio-Economic Development of Akwa Ibom state

(PDF 4.6MB)