Disclosing relevant information and data to internal and external stakeholders such as management, employees, governments, regulators, shareholders, the general public, local communities or specific interest groups. (IPIECA, 2010)

Source: Identifying and assessing water sources: Guidance document for the onshore oil and gas industry, International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA), 2014. Global Standards


With the introduction of the word “reporting” into the BS, reporting to the relevant authority has taken on two meanings. On the one hand, “reporting” in the sense of “notification” as meant in the decrees and regulations, on the other, in the sense of providing particular, specific information. “Reporting” in the latter sense is often included in the conditions of a permit. The BS, the Transport Decree and the permits specify which information must be made available to the relevant authority.

Source: NOGEPA Industrial Guideline No. 16, Working with Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM), Netherlands, Version 1, January 2009. Global Standards

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