Commitment

In everything we do, from business management to producing from the ultra deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico, we seek to be a reference in social and environmental responsibility.

We incorporated into our business the principles set forth by the UN's Global Compact on human rights, work relations, on the environment, transparency, and on fighting corruption. In our daily activities, we have proven that it is possible to blend profitability with respect for people and for the environment.

Safety, the environment, and health are inseparable parts of our work system. Our business performance is aligned with the efficient use of energy and the concept of sustainable development, involving employees, communities in areas that neighbor our activities, and society  at large.

Quality Policy

Petrobras America is fully committed to delivering products and services meeting or exceeding customer and regulatory requirements, while continually improving the effectiveness of our management system and maintaining a motivated and productive workforce.

 

Core Values

Petrobras America employs and fosters the highest values in its relationship with clients, providers, partners, employees, stockholders, community, environment, society and government which includes:
• Commitment and accountability to all stakeholders
• Entrepreneurship and determination to overcome challenges
• Pursuit of leadership in all business activities
• Health, Safety and Environmental excellence
• High standard of services and technological competency
• Focus on delivering outstanding business results

Behaviors

• Superior ethical standards
• Leading through example
• Teamwork and integration
• Development and maintenance of competitive advantages
• Rigorous performance tracking, rewarding and accountability
• Transparency in relationships with all stakeholders

Projects

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Petrobras and Pasadena Refining participated in toy drive programs during the 2013 holiday season, to provide gifts for children and adolescent victims of abuse or neglect. Employee donations ranged from toddlers’ toys to personal care items for teenagers. In Pasadena, the program is sponsored annually by the Pasadena Police Department, which identifies children in need throughout the year. Programs such as these allow our workforce to give back to the community by helping children.In October 2013, Petrobras and Pasadena Refining employees participated in the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in downtown Houston to help raise funds for the fight against breast cancer. The Houston affiliate organization is the largest source of non-profit funding for breast cancer research, education, screening and treatment in Southeast Texas. The 2013 race raised almost $4 million.Employees from Petrobras and Pasadena Refining volunteered to help Habitat for Humanity build an affordable house for a low-income working family in Pasadena, Texas. The November 2013 event was part of Petrobras' social responsibility program, contributing to sustainable development and reduction of social inequality.

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