Exploration and production of hydrocarbons is likely to have some adverse impact on the natural environment. To minimize adverse effect on the environment and also to ensure that hydrocarbon exploration and development activities are not hampered due to such constraints, the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India has formulated legislations that are required to be followed by upstream companies that have operations in environmentally sensitive areas.

Environmental Impact Assessment studies are carried out prior to commencement of seismic survey, drilling operations and the development of the field for production so that the impact on biodiversity and ecological sensitivity can be reduced through mitigating measures.

Ministry of Environment & Forest (MoEF), Central/State Pollution Control Board & other government agencies monitor and regulate the above hazards through Environment Protection Act, 1986 and other applicable regulations / conventions.

Our company is committed to protecting the health and safety of every stake-holder involved with company's activities which includes employees, consultants, contractors and the people that come into contact with company's operations and to ensure optimum protection to the environment in which we operates.

Adequate measures were taken at onshore marginal fields to maintain proper HSE management systems as per standard oil-field practices followed in E & P sector.

NEBOSH International General Certificate course/training was provided to have greater understanding of safety issues in line with international standards.