Altera Infrastructure publishes 2019 Sustainability Report


At the time of publication of our 2019 Sustainability Report, the world is in the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic and major turbulences within the global energy markets. These events are having an impact on all of us. Our priority is to protect our offshore workers and seafarers onboard our assets and we remain committed to operational excellence and to introducing proactive measures that protect the health and safety of our colleagues.

The world we live in and our global energy markets are changing rapidly. For the offshore energy industry to maintain its relevance far into the future, it needs strong leadership on a global scale, paired with a clear commitment to sustainable solutions. We acknowledge that sustainability is directly linked to the long-term success of Altera. Coupled with our strong culture, which is based upon teamwork and innovation, it guides us in making the right choices.

As we continue to develop solutions, business models, and technology that will meet the changing demands of energy infrastructure, Altera supports the Paris accord, and we manage our environmental footprint towards the goal of a zero-emissions industry. Together with our trusted partners and customers we will shape the infrastructure of offshore energy.

Our 2019 Sustainability Report focuses on the sustainability issues that significantly affect business performance and matter most to our key stakeholders. It contains disclosures from Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards. It has been prepared using the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association’s ESG reporting guidelines and is inspired by the recommendations from the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures.

Download our 2019 Sustainability Report here (PDF, 6.1 MB)