- Supports the full disclosure of chemicals used by its contractors during the process of hydraulic fracturing, a highly controversial shale gas drilling practice.
- Is implementing 360-degree feedback reviews for mid-managers in 2010, a process already in place for executives and senior leaders.
- Represents the only Canadian company participating in the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights Plenary Group, which provides guidance to extractives companies on maintaining the safety and security of their operations, while ensuring respect for human rights.
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