We've developed a risk-based procedure for creating ecosystem and biodiversity management plans to minimize, mitigate, and manage ecosystem and biodiversity impacts.
We seek to protect sensitive wildlife areas, flora and fauna, ecosystems, and conservation areas. Our management plans are designed to prevent the introduction of invasive species and establish conditions to facilitate the rehabilitation or restoration of land areas impacted by Schlumberger activities. They also detail any local regulations that require reporting on ecosystem and biodiversity management activities; these are periodically reviewed to ensure applicability.
Risk assessments are performed before initiating any business activities, to assess potential impacts of current and planned activities on biodiversity. This is done to mitigate and monitor impacts throughout the contract life cycle. Schlumberger facilities and operations are designed to minimize the physical footprint and reduce potential environmental impacts.
Our biodiversity actions focus mainly on four areas.