| Daniel Lim |
BRUNEI LNG Sdn Bhd carried out a clean-up at Lumut Beach on Friday afternoon together with local non-governmental organisation (NGO) Reef Check Brunei as part of its corporate environmental initiatives.
Brunei LNG Managing Director and CEO Patrice Girard accompanied by Brunei LNG Head of Health, Safety and Environment Adeshina Waheed Sadiq joined the event. Volunteers comprising Brunei LNG staff and business partners were also present.
The beach clean-up organised by Brunei LNG’s HSE department was part of activities under BLNGolden Hearts, an initiative created to help encourage staff members to show care and appreciation towards the community they operate in by carrying out charitable activities in the lead up to the company’s 50th anniversary in December.
“We chose the beach clean-up as one of the BLNGolden Hearts activities to check the increase in pollution of the sea, such as plastic dumping, and we would like to be part of the solution,” said activity lead Brunei LNG’s Head of Environmental Affairs Allysa Koh. “Moreover, we are aiding a local NGO, Reef Check, in their beach clean-up project as part of (our community outreach efforts).”
Brunei LNG is still going strong as it nears its 50th year and it forges ahead to realise its vision of becoming a leading and competitive LNG provider.
Brunei LNG’s mission is to be a recognised leader in safety, business integrity, production and commercial excellence – to bring value for Brunei Darussalam and its shareholders by producing LNG safely and delivering it to customers on time, and to grow and sustain the business in line with the nation’s aspirations.