Overview of our ESG highlights

Our sustainability strategy is based on four strategic pillars – promoting socio-economic prosperity, ensuring safe and secure operations, supporting and developing our people, and respecting the environment – which are aligned with the 13 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals that are most relevant to us. These form the basis of our Sustainability Performance and Reporting Framework. Further details on this are included in the Sustainability section of the website.

Savannah’s Renewable Energy Division aims to deliver utility scale renewable energy projects across Africa, generating clean, competitively priced electricity for millions of households.  We are involved across the entire project life cycle, taking projects from greenfield development through to long-term ownership and operation. We now have a portfolio of up to 696 MW of utility scale hydroelectric, solar and wind projects in motion across Africa. Targeting up to 1 GW+ of renewable energy projects in motion by end 2024 and up to 2 GW+ by end 2026.

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1 Total contributions to Nigeria and Niger defined as payments to governments, employee salaries and payments to local suppliers and contractors. Where total contributions refer to the period 2014–2022 they include contributions to Nigeria during the period pre-acquisition of the Nigerian assets by Savannah.

2 2022 Supermajors’ figures are based on the published data reported by BP, Total and Eni. 2021 Supermajors’ figures are based on the published data reported by bp, Total, ConocoPhilips and Eni.