Stakeholder engagement provides a platform for two-way dialogue, where we are able to share information on project specifics and similarly receive information from stakeholders on their comments or concerns related to the planned operations. Local knowledge is valuable to informed decision making, and understanding how our operations may affect communities and industries is of great importance to us.

We are committed to transparent, meaningful and timely engagement with stakeholders to enable them to contribute effectively to the EIA and provide responsive feedback to concerns raised. During operations, Impact implements comprehensive communication plans with stakeholders to keep them informed and up to date with activities in an attempt to provide the least amount of disruption and minimise interference. We promote the concept of multi-use management solutions for effective co-existence of offshore activities

Impact contributes towards training programmes and community funds as part of its license to operate and aims to actively promote the localisation of the industry within countries of operation.