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Alternative renewable sources feedstock, Stack holder engagement, energy efficiency As one of the principles of sustainability management and reporting, materiality helps pinpoint issues that are important to the company, to manage critical aspects, to set goals and action plans, and to prioritize the subjects that are of interest to the stakeholders. Sustainability of a business depends on identifying and being in line with the stakeholders expectations and hence it is essential for us to conduct materiality analysis which helps us prioritize these myriad expectations of our stakeholders and focus our report on them.

 

The global market for unconventional natural gas extraction technologies was valued at nearly $61.2 billion in 2010 and nearly $61.6 billion in 2011. The market should reach $91.3 billion in 2016 after increasing at a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.2%.

The widespread recovery and use of petroleum can be a very intensive and dangerous operation, employing hundreds of thousands of engineers, doctors, rig workers, transportation employees, and other professionals. In addition, the use of petroleum has created serious environmental problems: it is the largest industrial source of emissions for hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that both may contribute to health problems and other hazards. The great quantities of petroleum that are burned as fuels generate most of the air pollution in industrialized countries, and oil spilled from tankers and offshore wells has polluted oceans and coastlines

  • Feedstock
  • Energy Efficiency

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