Governance

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Depending on the opportunities offered in the countries in which the Group operates, Maurel & Prom participates in sustainable development and anti-corruption initiatives, such as the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI).

Publish What you Pay : in its financial statements, the Maurel & Prom Group publishes details of the payments made to the governments of the countries in which the Group operates.

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The Group is structuring itself to be able to meet the new transparency obligations in environmental and social matters.

The Group does not engage in lobbying.
Since 2013, the Maurel & Prom Group has responded to the CDP’s climate change questionnaire. The Group was awarded an A- grade in 2018, making it one of the leading companies.

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The Group reaffirms the values and principles of conduct that must guide the actions of managers, executives, employees and anyone representing the Group.

Since 2013, the Maurel & Prom Group has responded to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP)’s climate change questionnaire, and in 2017 scored B on a scale from A (best performance) to F.

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The new Code of Conduct put in place by Maurel & Prom includes Anti-Corruption Guidelines for effective prevention, as well as a strict prohibition of any act (or attempt) of corruption. In addition, a rigorous disciplinary sanction regime has been incorporated.

The Maurel & Prom Code of Conduct includes anti-corruption guidelines in accordance with the laws, regulations and standards relating to the fight against corruption. These include the guidelines resulting from the Sapin II Act in France, the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the UK Bribery Act 2010. The Group prohibits all forms of corruption and prescribes measures to prevent and identify acts of corruption within the Group.

The Code of Conduct also affirms the Group’s commitment to uphold the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the ILO Fundamental Conventions, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, as well as the recommendations of the World Bank.

Since their adoption, the principles of conduct have been communicated to all staff, and 176 employees in five countries have received training in the Group’s principles of conduct and anti-corruption rules.

Download :
Ethical Charter and Code of Conduct
Anti-corruption guidelines

2018: Adoption of CSR action plan