REPORTING PERFORMANCE

We’re still working on our approach to social, environmental and economic performance reporting. Some of our key highlights from 2012 are outlined below, together with our priorities for 2013.

2012 highlights

 

People:

  • Significant recruitment, especially in UK Business and Corporate Centre
  • Establishment of single grading structure linking together all countries and business units
  • Support for transfers of staff with the Triton Vessel into Dana Petroleum post acquisition

 

Communities:

  • Initiated partnerships with organisations in the communities where we operate to promote education and employment initiatives
  • Started co-operation with Save the Children Egypt to support grassroots health programmes in Cairo

 

Safety and environment:

  • Dana developed, agreed and issued Our HSSE Standards, a framework and management system that provides the mechanisms to support the delivery of our HSSE Policy and company values in a consistent manner on a sustainable basis
  • 62 senior leaders and 73 support personnel across all Dana businesses attended Dana Process Safety Leadership (PSL) events. Dana PSL events emphasise the need for senior managers and support personnel to appreciate the vital importance and impact of their safety leadership role; their accountabilities within the HSSE Standards and the importance of upholding operational discipline and maintaining good conduct of operations
  • Dana UK Business safely competed transition to Duty Holder status on the first of October 2012

 

Procurement and supply chain:

  • Secured Ocean Nomad drilling rig and major engineering procurement instillation commissioning (EPIC) contracts for Western Isles Development Project
  • Continued to build up the team to strengthen and develop supply chain management
  • Implemented a new Purchase to Pay (P2P) system to support Group and UK business activity
  • Successful transition of Supply Chain arrangements from Hess to Dana in support of the Triton FPSO

 

2013 priorities

 

People:

  • Encourage personal and career growth
  • Provide a platform to enhance leadership skills
  • Resourcing and talent planning for the global business
  • Process, systems and data integrity
  • Employee engagement and communications

 

Communities:

  • Develop long-term partnerships with organisations in the communities to achieve mutual advantage through education, employment and enterprise
  • Proactively engage with communities, understand the challenges they face and develop partnerships that make a difference
  • Promote the study of earth science and engineering among young people

 

Safety and environment:

Our ambition: Successfully manage inherent risks and demonstrate care and concern to our people and our environment

Our key priorities:

  • Demonstrate visible safety leadership and continuous improvement in a leaning organisation
  • Make sure we understand the hazards and risks in our business and reduce the risks when we can

 

Procurement and supply chain:

  • Ensuring approval and 2D seismic acquisition contract is set for entry into Cameroon
  • Creating and implementing new frame agreements to organise spending across all sectors of the business
  • Creating synergy across different business sectors to improve efficiency in the management of the supply chain
  • Setting required contracts and infrastructure to support the Western Isles Development Drilling Programme

 

For more information about the supply chain work plan, visit the FPAL website for frequent updates.