According to its Executive Director and Co-founder, Tonye Cole, leading African energy and infrastructure conglomerate, Sahara Group has reinforced its commitment to sustaining its growth and expansion across global markets through diversification, collaboration and innovation, Vanguard reports.
The energy giant which currently has operations in over 13 countries across four continents, made this assertion in its second Sustainability Report tagged: “Sustainability Through Synergy.” The Report which highlights activities in 2016 within Sahara Group’s power, upstream, downstream, midstream and infrastructure divisions was presented in accordance with the Sustainability Reporting Standards of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).
Notable highlights in the report include key investments and innovation in the power sector, where Sahara Group has emerged as one of the largest privately owned power institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa. The report also highlights the adoption of a Supply Chain Efficiency strategy that is expected to drive synergy, growth and sustainability of its businesses across the entire energy value chain.
In addition to providing information on the various business divisions, the report also sheds light on Sahara Group’s core values, people, economic performance, stakeholder engagement, health and safety records as well as the activities of Sahara Foundation – the Group’s corporate responsibility vehicle.
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