Eyeing on not only saving Earth’s resources, but additionally having a positive impact on it. By saving Earth’s resources, sustainability could be achieved to ensure the well being of future generations. Taking sustainability to next level by looking forward that all our operations are fulfilled with net zero impact on the environment and natural resources.
The global goals set by the UN are of a great concern to GVOS. Green Valley Oil Services contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with the aim of full contribution to all SDGs by 2030.
Addressing zero waste, investing in ideas along with the R&D team to increase the output of this approach. The main concern is intervening each and every process in all operations to generate less waste.
Secondary concerns focus on how to fit the generated wastes into the Five R model. Ultimately, setting a goal by GVOS to be within the 90th percentile relative to the world average of waste prevention by 2030.
Net Zero Carbon
A major target for sustainability set by GVOS is reaching Net Zero Carbon by 2050. Since almost all activities contributes in releasing CO2 to the atmosphere, which is the primary cause of global warming.
As a leader in the Oil & Gas industry, Green Valley Oil Services takes the initiative by supporting low carbon operations partnering with clients that share the same goal, to come up with lower carbon energy sources and operations that lower the carbon footprint.
GVOS focuses extensively on applying net zero carbon in each process to achieve overall net zero carbon by GVOS as an entity by 2050.
Future Thought Plans
Since GVOS is a pioneer in providing transportation services, fleet selection is one of our most critical tasks. Eyeing for sustainability encourages us to always look for selection that matches this criterion, as a result Green Valley Oil Services is always hunting for newer fleet with lower carbon emissions.
Along with the current direction of continuous upgrading the fleet to operate a mixed fleet of natural gas driven engines and electric vehicles. Eventually switching to zero emissions all electric fleet by 2025.
Another major approach GVOS is implementing is switching all operations to be powered by renewable energy. Incrementally reducing the dependence on non-renewable energy sources to run our operations and facilities, replacing them to fully depend on renewable sustainable solar energy, with a target of sole dependence on renewable energy by 2025.