ConocoPhillips Australia is proud to be an active and valued member of the communities in which we operate.
Our investment in the community is driven by relationships, whether this be with our employees, our stakeholders or the communities in which we live and work. To build these relationships we work with charitable organisations to identify community needs, and to deliver strategic programs that meet these needs, and support our business outcomes.
We invest in programs through charitable contributions, community sponsorships, and via small grants to eligible grassroots organisations where our employees choose to volunteer. We contribute time and financial support through our joint ventures as a continuous part of our commitment to address economic, environmental and social impacts of our business.
Community Investment Pillars
We invest in in the following areas:
- Environment (Water and Biodiversity Conversation)
- Health & Safety
- Community and Arts
- Social Services
- Disaster Relief
Learn more about our contributions by visiting our Community projects page.
We prioritise programs that align with our community investment pillars and meet the following criteria:
- Deliver sustainable community development,
- Engage our stakeholders,
- Align with our core SPIRIT Values,
- Support our business objectives,
- Connect our employees to the communities in which they live and work and provide differentiation.
In the Northern Territory we operate Darwin LNG which is supported by a corporate office and an operations centre in Perth, Western Australia. In Queensland we are the downstream operator of Australia Pacific LNG with the corporate office located in Brisbane. We also invest in programs that benefit the community on a national level. Additionally as the operator of the Bayu-Undan joint venture project, we have a strong relationship with the people and community of Timor-Leste.
Featured in SPIRITNOW Australia & Timor-Leste
Read about our Volunteering efforts - ConocoPhillips employees clock over 700 volunteer hours in 2017