society & Environment
Contributing to sustainable development is integral to the way we do business. As we work to help meet Zanzibar's growing energy needs we aim to bring benefits to local communities and reduce impacts of our operations, including tackling emissions.
We also support Associations, Educational initiatives, National teams, Environmental organizations and other noble causes in the environment in which we operate in.SCENARIO PLANNING FOR FUTURE ENERGY
Global energy demand will be about 30 percent higher in 2040 compared to 2010.
Energy demand growth will slow as economies mature, efficiency gains accelerate and population growth moderates.
In the countries belonging to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) we see energy use remaining essentially flat. Non OECD energy demand will grow by close to 60 percent.
By 2040, electricity generation will account for more than 40 percent of global energy consumption. Oil will remain the most widely used fuel, but natural gas will grow fast enough to overtake coal for the number-two position. For both oil and natural gas, an increasing share of global supply will come from unconventional sources, such as those from shale formations. Demand for natural gas will rise by more than 60 percent through 2040
Demand for coal will peak and begin a gradual decline.
Gains in efficiency through energy-saving practices and technologies will temper demand growth and curb emissions.
Global energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions will grow slowly, then level off around 2030.