Pillow Oil And Shell: Tullow Oil Vs. Shell

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Tullow Oil compare and contrast with Shell

Tullow Oil is the leading independent oil company in Africa. Since 2006, Tullow Oil has interest in two exploration licenses offshore of Ghana and over 150 licenses across 25 countries with 67 producing fields. The largest activities are in Africa and Atlantic Margins. The offshore oil field in Ghana is called Jubilee oil field, it was discovered in 2007 and began production in December of 2010. It was considered the Tullow’s largest discovery and the first oil in Ghana. In 2012, the exploration and appraisal drilling success rate was 74%. In addition, within 40 months, the discovery well was recognized as the fastest ever inclusive full scale deep-water development. Jubilee field is the key asset
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They are committed to respecting internationally recognize human rights, as set out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Labor Organization Declaration, which implies the four convention of freedom of association and collective bargaining, forced labor, child labor, and non-discrimination. Comparatively, Shell are committed to respecting human rights. They respect their employees, contractors and supply chain workers’ right by working in line with ILO conventions and UN Global compact. The Labor practices involves primarily freedom of associate, the right to collective bargaining, non-discrimination and equal opportunity, conditions of work, adequate remuneration, forced labor, and child labor.
Equal opportunities We aim to create an inclusive environment, free from discrimination, where individual differences and the contributions of all our staff are recognized and valued and everybody is treated fairly. We have ‘zero tolerance’ for any form of discrimination and decisions related to recruitment selection, development or promotion are based upon aptitude and ability only. Decisions must not be influenced by factors such as age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, race, color, ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability or political
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They offer scholarships, for instance, in 2013, Tullow invested $6.7 million in our flagship program, the Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme. This program offers students an opportunity to study post-graduate courses at internationally recognized Universities in the UK, France and Ireland. Over 100 students from Ghana began their studies in subjects including exploration geophysics, Oil & Gas management, law and environment science, supply chain management, petroleum taxation and finance, geographic information systems and international public
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