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Our Commitments

Host Communities

We are deeply committed to ensuring that we minimize the effect our operations and general activities have on the host communities and society. Strongly committed to chapter 3, section 234 of the PIA (2021) which introduced Petroleum Host Community Development (PHCD), we strive to create sustainable social investment while driving growth and value for all stakeholders.

Health, Safety & Environment

As a company whose vision is to establish a fully independent Nigerian energy company with lifechanging positive impact in our local communities and each individual, will actively contribute to help ensure a vibrant future through innovation in Energy.

As a member of the Nigerian society, we are committed to provide energy in a manner that preserves our employees, contractors and communities health and safety while acting in harmony with the environment

Corporate Governance

Subdrill E&P believes fundamentally that the lay down and implementation of good corporate governance practices will eventually lead to efficient running of the company and help in optimizing value for all its stakeholders.

As a company, we strongly uphold the principles of corporate governance to ensure probity, transparency and accountability in our functioning; all of these are vital elements to achieving our vision to becoming a leading indigenous energy producing company delivering value for all

Anti-corruption and

Subdrill E & P is committed to conducting business in an ethical and honest manner and strongly committed to implementing and enforcing systems that ensure all forms of bribery, corruption, and fraud are prevented.

As a company, we have zero tolerance for bribery and corrupt activities and ensure strict compliance with anti-corruption and anti-bribery laws. We are committed to acting professionally, fairly, and with integrity in all business dealings and relationships we build with our employees.

Subdrill E & P will constantly uphold all laws relating to anti-bribery and corruption and adhere to the EFCC’s Establishment Act and other anti-corruption laws in Nigeria as well as compliance with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).