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Nakilat publishes inaugural ESG Report

Nakilat announced the publication of its inaugural Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Report 2020.

The report presents a snapshot of the company’s ESG progress covering the period from January 1, to December 31, 2020 and takes a detailed look at important areas such as health and safety, climate change, and human capital management, including diversity, equity and inclusion, as well as governance practices.

In addition, the report highlights the company’s continuous commitment and vision to enable sustainable growth in communities around the world.

The publication of the report is the culmination of a concerted effort by the company over the past two years to establish a world-class reporting system that accurately reflects environmental, social and corporate governance in the company, as well as its commitment to full transparency towards all stakeholders.

Nakilat’s Chief Executive Officer Eng. Abdullah Al Sulaiti said: “Having one of the largest LNG shipping fleets, Nakilat is purpose driven to ensure that we operate in a sustainable manner while fulfilling our role as a global transporter of clean energy and employer of choice. Over our 15 years of operations, we have maintained an excellent safety track record and heavily invested in equipping our fleet with technology to reduce our environmental footprint. We have created a secure and fair working environment, promoting diversity and professional development for both our shore employees and seafarers”.

Al Sulaiti added: “Our ESG strategy has been meticulously developed in alignment with the goals espoused by Qatar National Vision 2030 and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG). The launching of our 2020 ESG Report is an essential step in complementing the company’s efforts in operating transparently and responsibly. The report highlights the various ways in which we are enabling sustainable growth across our operations to positively impact our people, the community and environment, while creating value for our stakeholders and shareholders”.

To learn more about the company’s ESG efforts visit Nakilat’s website.

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