Since 2015, Maurel & Prom has participated in the CDP study which aims to assess the impact of large listed companies on climate change and and sets the standard for climate rating.
With an A- score for the second consecutive year, Maurel & Prom confirms its ranking among a list of companies perceived internationally for their transparency in terms of climate reporting.
This note rewards Maurel & Prom's efforts in terms of managing its environmental footprint and is part of the Group's commitments to sustainable development.
Group sales up 14% to US$504 million
- Group valued production (income from production activities, excluding lifting imbalances) up 25% to US$519 million, driven by a substantial increase in production in Gabon and the consolidation of Angolan production from 1 August 2019
- Average sale price of oil US$67.2/bbl in 2019 versus US$68.8/bbl in 2018