We present our sustainability reports to provide information about our contribution to sustainable development progress.
During 2022 we set out to work on the development of a strategic approach that marks the step from a fair energy transition towards a low-carbon economy. In this report we share information on central aspects of environmental management and respect for human rights. On this last dimension we highlight our efforts to promote gender diversity and inclusion, both in our field of work and in the communities where we operate. This document complements the Communication of Progress (COP), 2022 edition, based on the ten principles proposed by the United Nations Global Pact.
During the health emergency we were strengthened by developing new skills and capabilities to meet the global challenges we face as a organization.
Sustainable development is a possible destination thanks to the work done by the TGN team, which we are proud to have been able to capture in this report.
We invite you to read it and learn more about our economic, social and environmental performance.
COVID-19 forced the world to stop for much of 2020. However, at TGN as providers of an essential public service and responsible for the transportation of 40% of the gas injected into trunk pipelines, we coordinated all available resources to guarantee its continuity. In this report, it is realized how information technology, communication and, above all, human wills made it possible to provide the service safely, in addition to the implementation or continuity of programs that aimed to reduce the social and economic emergency of the pandemic.
Looking to the future even without knowing what awaits us, gives us the opportunity to put certainty in our actions as an industry and transform ourselves towards the future we want, through objectives and strategies that allow the desired sustainable development. This report talks about what we are doing in TGN to contribute to the 2030 Agenda, based on the 10 principles proposed by the United Nations Global Pact and taking as reference the Standards Guide of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).
The 2018 report summarizes our strategic approach to energy sustainability, which seeks sustainable conditions of production and consumption and our contribution to the 2030 agenda for development. Gas supply plays a key role in making energy affordable for consumers and sustainable for producers. Argentina has the capacity to supply part of the regional energy demand through pipelines connected to international markets through neighboring countries (7 gas pipelines and 2 oil pipelines). Undoubtedly, this transport capacity constitutes a comparative advantage and contributes to local development in various regions of the country.
We present our sustainability reports for the year 2017 with the purpose of offering information about our contribution in the advances on sustainable development. We prepared this report considering the Global Reporting Initiative standards.
The Sustainability Reports shows we incorporate the financial, social and environmental impacts to our business. For years, our team at TGN had to face important crisis related to our tariffs’ recomposition. However, we kept our commitment to expand our business’ positive impact and to provide quality transportation services.
We present our Sustainability Report for the year 2015 to provide information on our social, environmental and economic performance to the interested parties. We invite you to go through the pages. We show our values through our actions and we expect to motivate you to bring your ideas to improve our service and our country’s energy potential.
On Sustainability Report 2013, TGN reflects its financial, social and environmental performance. The company developed partnerships with other organizations that share the same sustainability values. Our actions are designed considering four fundamental pillars: education, citizenship-building, environmental care, value chain development. We are committed to the principles of the Global Pact: Human Rights, Labour, Environment and Anticorruption.
Social, environmental and financial performance during the fiscal year 2012. Our practices in compliance with the ten principles set out in the UN Global Pact, Human Rights, Labour, Environment and Anticorruption, are assessed according to the Global Reporting Initiative G3 Guideline.
Social, environmental and financial performance during the fiscal year 2011. Our practices in compliance with the ten principles set out in the UN Global Pact, Human Rights, Labour, Environment and Anticorruption, are assessed according to the Global Reporting Initiative G3 Guideline.
2010 report discloses financial, social and environmental performance during that fiscal year. Methodology and metrics were designed based on the Global Reporting Initiative G3 Guideline. In this document TGN presents the Communication on Progress in compliance with the ten principles of the UN Global Pact.
Financial, environmental and social performance assessed according to the Global Reporting Initiative G3 Guideline.
Communication intended for the interested parties (consumers, shareholders, customers, suppliers, nearby communities, authorities, etc.) on the implementation of the ten principles from the UN Global Plan in our business.