Building and maintaining strong relationships with key stakeholders is important to us.
In South Australia, we continue to have positive engagement with Cooper Basin landholders, Native Title holders, local suppliers, government and industry organisations. Our support of remote and rural communities continues and we have renewed our partnership of the Royal Flying Doctor Service for a further three years, along with support for local community events such as campdrafts and indigenous cultural awareness initiatives.
In Queensland, Senex is building enduring relationships particularly with local businesses and members of the community, government and industry organisations. Senex has supported community initiatives in the Maranoa area through sponsorships and donations. During 2017 Senex supported local initiatives such as the local show society, sporting clubs and associations, and local Council-led activities in Roma.
In both regions, Senex has a number of Native Title agreements with Traditional Owners and all activities are conducted in close collaboration with these groups to safeguard cultural heritage sites.
Senex works closely with all local communities and landholders. We take a consultative approach with dedicated representatives assigned to regional operations. We focus on understanding the factors important for successful coexisting and collaboration for the longer term.
Read our 2017 Sustainability Review