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Engaging with stakeholders is essential to risk management and strengthens our ability to manage community impacts, access new resources and avoid project delays.

马拉松石油公司采用的广义定义利益相关者。在2019年八月,李蒂尔曼签署商业圆桌会议的一个公司的目的而新加盟的声明老总180 - 信号马拉松石油公司的为我们的所有利益相关者提供的好处的承诺 - 员工,供应商和社区,以及股东。

We respect the human, cultural and legal rights of all individuals and communities. We can learn from one another by living our values in our communities, and treating everyone with kindness and respect. We are actively looking for ways to work with our employees and community partners to address racial injustice and other societal challenges facing our families, communities and industry.

Working with Elected Officials and Community Leaders


In our Bakken asset, key stakeholders include North Dakota legislators and regulators, and leaders of the Three Affiliated Tribes (TAT) on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. Our relationship with the tribes started in 2008, when we became the first company to drill on the reservation that’s home to the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara (MHA) Nation. We respect the native lands and culture of Indigenous peoples, and honor tribal traditions and beliefs.




In our Permian Basin asset, we joined local government officials, industry representatives and private citizens as a member of the Eddy County Energy Advisory Board in June 2019. At monthly public forums, the board listens to community concerns related to a specific issue such as road safety. The board then designs and implements strategic plans involving multiple stakeholders to address these concerns.

Helping Communities through Industry Collaboration


在俄克拉何马州,我们自愿贡献percentage of our oil and gas sales to participate in the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board (OERB). This allows us to develop relationships with stakeholders in communities with oil and natural gas production and solve issues cooperatively. For example, OERB develops and distributes educational materials that assist communities in understanding our operations – such as, “What to Expect During the 2-3 Week Hydraulic Fracturing Process.”

In North Dakota, we engage with our community members by participating in the annual Bakken Rocks CookFest hosted by the NDPC. These informal dinners offer residents in communities impacted by oil and gas development the opportunity to learn more about the industry and have experts answer their questions at information sessions. Additionally, in 2019 we hosted a dinner in Killdeer, North Dakota, where we provided operational updates to over 200 land and mineral owners and presented philanthropic donations to local first responders.



To maintain positive relationships with our landowners, our land team is committed to proactively sharing our plans, project updates or changes, answering questions and resolving issues in a timely manner. After gaining efficiencies in 2018 by bringing our call center in-house, in 2019 we added the capability to address concerns via email. As a result, our team efficiently handles an average of 1,300 calls and emails each month

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