Designing a sustainability strategy for a global energy company on the move.

International Petroleum Corporation is integrating environmental, social and governance stewardship into its corporate strategy.

International Petroleum Corporation (IPC) is an internationally focused upstream oil and gas company with a portfolio of exploration and production assets in Canada, Malaysia and France. Their aim is to grow in a safe and environmentally responsible manner for the long-term benefit of all stakeholders. 

Established in 2017, IPC’s strategy has focused on organic growth to realize the full potential of existing assets and acquire additional reserves and resources to complement their portfolio. 

Working closely with the Lundin Foundation, IPC is enhancing environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations within its corporate strategy.  The Lundin Foundation has conducted a materiality assessment — aligned with the Global Reporting Initiative’s methodology – to identify IPC’s priority ESG topics and inform future strategy development.

IPC’s strategy focuses on climate and environmental stewardship, workplace health and safety, community engagement and development, and ethics and integrity. The long-term goal is to ensure the company is sustainable while providing value to all its stakeholders, which include shareholders, employees, business partners, host and home governments and local communities. 

Read their 2020 Sustainability Report here 

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Our initiatives strive to improve people's lives and protect the planet and are in support of the following UN SDGs: