Global Framework Agreement Eni

For the first time, a list of indicators has been added to the annex of the agreement to monitor the implementation of the agreement, as well as a dispute resolution mechanism to resolve potential conflicts related to the CCM. Current agreementsIndustriALL has existing GFAs with the following multinationals. Click on each company to see more information and the text of the contract. As part of the ongoing implementation of the Comprehensive Framework Agreement (GFA), IndustriALL Global Union and H-M met to establish a National Monitoring Committee (NMC) in India. “With this renewed agreement, Eni is strongly committed to international labour standards and has agreed to create a platform to negotiate with unions around the world the effects of the energy transition. We will be able to use this global framework agreement to improve the rights and interests of our members in Eni companies around the world. On 27 January, IndustriALL and Michelin signed an agreement for the establishment of the Michelin Global Works Council. The new Council, which represents the group`s workers, will rely heavily on the work, methods and positive results of Michelin`s European Works Council (MEWC). IndustriALL Global Union has renewed and strengthened its Global Framework Agreement (GFA) with Siemens Gamesa, the world leader in wind turbine production. Methane emissions are an important component of indirect greenhouse gas emissions that occur during the oil and gas production chain. Shell, a world leader in energy and petrochemicals, has set a target of reducing methane emissions below 0.2% by 20252. Bureau Veritas has secured a framework agreement to support and support the company in order to achieve this goal. IndustriALL has also entered into global agreements with multinationals that cover specific key issues in all sectors of these companies.

These include our global health and safety agreement with ArcelorMittal and our global sexual harassment agreement with Unilever. In the United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates), the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and the Italian oil, gas and energy group Eni S.p.A. jointly announced the signing of a strategic framework agreement to seek new cooperation in the use and storage of CO2 emissions (CCUS). The framework agreement was signed on 20 January 2020 in Abu Dhabi by Claudio Descalzi, CEO of Eni and HisSe Dr. Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, Minister of State of the United Arab Emirates and CEO of the ADNOC Group (photo courtesy of Eni). In order to limit the global warming that affects our society, Bureau Veritas supports the global energy transition. It enables customers to produce efficiently to meet current and future energy needs, while developing new low-carbon solutions. Over a two-year period, IndustriALL`s subsidiaries in Turkey and Bangladesh successfully organized more than 50 subcontracting plants as part of an effective implementation program of global framework agreements.

According to a statement, the agreement brings together two major energy producers and leverages their world-class talent and technologies to enhance areas of strategic importance to both companies, while strengthening their existing partnerships across the oil and gas production chain. In addition, the company builds on the sustainable development goals recently announced by ADNOC, in particular its commitment to reduce its greenhouse gas intensity by 25% by 2030, which is made possible by its leading program in the field of CO2 emissions use and storage (CCUS). With a global reach, the new enterprise framework agreement with Bureau Veritas allows Shell to benefit from inter-expert solutions to detect leaks on all assets.