Stakeholder Management is an important part in reducing undesirable impacts and creating a positive effect to society and PTTEP’s operations. To this regards, PTTEP has developed a Stakeholder Management Guideline for group-wide implementation, providing guidance to all Function Groups.
Stakeholder identification and prioritization enables PTTEP to put in place a proper engagement plan to reach the ultimate goal which is to obtain stakeholders’ trust and support for PTTEP’s operations. The proper implementation of stakeholder engagement shall depend also on the situation and environment of each operation.
Stakeholder Management Diagram
PTTEP organized S1 Fun Run
PTTEP S1 Asset organized the "PTTEP S1 Fun Run 2017, a Charity Run in Lan Krabue District, Kamphaeng Phet Province
A total of 1,703 participants from contractor companies, the local community and government sector joined the "PTTEP S1 Fun Run 2017" and raised Baht 102,300 for the Lan Krabue Ruam Jai Fund.
Love Your Neighbor Project by PTTEP S1 Project
Executive and staff from PTTEP S1 Project together with contractors and Ban Tabpueng Community participated in Love Your Neighbor Project to renovate the multipurpose area and repaint the playground and toilets of Ban Khlong Takae School, Kong Krailat District, Sukhothai Province. This is a volunteering activity involving PTTEP and the local community to improve the quality of life of the people in the community.
Light for Better Life by Petroleum Supply Base
PTTEP Petroleum Supply Base Team volunteered to take part in the “Light for a Better Life” activity at Wadbangkhead, Tamnobtanghon, and Bankhanoon Schools in Songkhla. This activity is aimed to inspect, repair, and replace the electrics and lights to improve the efficiency and reduce the risk of electrical accidents.
PTTEP organizes Charity Run Fest in Indonesia
PTTEP Indonesia Asset together with the Dompet Dhuafa (DD), a Non-profit Public Healthcare Foundation, organized the "Charity Run Fest" to celebrate the 2nd anniversary of PTTEP-Layanan Kesehatan Cuma-Cuma Free Health Care Service (LKC Free Clinic). The event, aimed at promoting health and raising funds to assist underprivileged cancer survivors in Indonesia, the event attracted 1,000 participants. PTTEP contributed an additional of USD 15,000 on top of the funds raised.
The LKC Free Clinic is part of PTTEP's long term efforts to improve the quality of life for underprivileged local communities.
PTTEP organizes Vacational Training for villagers
PTTEP together with the Chumphon Skill Development Center organized vocational training (Thai Dessert Course) for 30 villagers from the Pak Nam Sub-district in Chumphon Province. This course will equip the participants with new skills to earn extra income from part-time jobs.
Bottles for Kids at Baan Talay Nok
PTTEP Petroleum Supply Base (PSB) staff welcomed children from the Baan Talay Nok Children Development Center, the children were there to receive 674.2 kilograms of plastic bottles which had been collected by PSB staff. The plastic bottles will be sold to raise funds for the renovation of the Children's Development Center.
PTTEP LKC Free Clinic Mobile Outreach
PTTEP Indonesia Asset Management and Staff took part in supporting the PTTEP LKC Free Clinic Team in giving medical checks and treatment for the community at 2 locations in North Jakarta as part of extending the clinic’s service to underprivileged people. Employee participation apart from providing a social service and at the same time develops a sense of responsibility to others.
Ministry of Research and Higher Education of Indonesia's visit to VISTEC in Rayong Province, Thailand
Based on the results of a survey on available skilled labor in Myanmar, PTTEP collaborated with Myanmar’s Ministry of Labor to initiate the project with the aim to develop technicians for businesses and industries in Myanmar and abroad including support skill assessment by the National Skills Standard Authority (NSSA).
In 2017 the company expanded the scope of the training to cover electrical technicians on top of welders and air-condition technician, 10 training sessions for the 3 technical skills were provided to 299 participants. Since inception, the program has developed over 600 technicians and of these 150 technicians attended the skill assessment.