Study to propose an environmental key performance index for oil and gas companies in Vietnam
The study has proposed an Environmental Key Performance Index (EKPI) for offshore and onshore oil and gas activities in compliance with international and Vietnamese regulations. This EKPI will serve as a tool for oil and gas companies in Vietnam to evaluate and measure their environmental protection performance and sustainable development. Through the EKPI evaluation results, companies will find solutions to improve quality in waste management, strive for efficient use of energy and resources, and save operating costs; at the same time monitor the development trend of the companies in linkage with environmental protection and sustainable development goals.
Bộ Tài nguyên và Môi trường, Quyết định số 2782/ QĐ-BTNMT về việc Ban hành Bộ chỉ số đánh giá kết quả bảo vệ môi trường của các tỉnh, thành phố thuộc Trung ương, 2019.
The International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP), Environmental performance indicators, 2019.
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), The global standards for sustainability reporting, 2016.
EPI, “Environmental performance index 2020”. [Online]. Available: https://epi.yale.edu/downloads/epi2020report20210112.pdf.
Department for Evironment, Food and Rural Affairs, “Environmental key performance indicators - Reporting guidelines for UK Business”, 2019.
BSR, "Báo cáo hiện trạng và giám sát môi trường của Nhà máy Lọc dầu Dung Quất", 2019.
PVFCCo, "Báo cáo hiện trạng và giám sát môi trường của Nhà máy Đạm Phú Mỹ", 2019.
ISO, ISO 14031:2013 - Environmental management - Environmental performance evaluation - guidelines, 2013.
IFC, Environmantal, health, and safety guidelines for offshore oil and gas development, 2016.
IFC, Environmantal, health, and safety guidelines for petroleum refining, 2016.
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