SECURITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

ASSESSING SECURITY AND SOCIAL RISKSMarathon Oil respects the human, cultural and legal rights of individuals and communities, while focusing on responsible, safe, ethical operations.

Our commitment is consistent with the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and the International Labor Organization’s (ILO) Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. We recognize the goals and principles of the UDHR within our business relationships, such as everyone’s right to the protection of law, and discuss human rights in industry associations.

Under the Emergency Preparedness and Community Awareness element of our Responsible Operations Management System (ROMS), we identify and engage with local communities, government emergency responders and other stakeholders within or adjacent to our operations regarding potential risks and planned response measures. We assess compliance with security and human rights practices using the Marathon Oil three-tiered audit program.

Marathon Oil has well-established and effective security and human rights policies in Equatorial Guinea. We employ a proprietary guard force to protect our onshore facilities and engage with the Navy of Equatorial Guinea to protect our offshore facilities. Marathon Oil had no known security-related incidents that resulted in a human rights violation in 2018. To bolster safety and security at Equatoguinean ports, we worked with the government of Equatorial Guinea and the U.S. Coast Guard to review International Port Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS). Two Marathon Oil employees are certified to serve as auditors for this annual regulatory review.

The company assesses the security and social risks associated with our business activities when entering a new location. Based on risks we identify, we develop mitigation activities to promote business continuity, protect assets and personnel, and minimize potentially negative impacts on our operations and stakeholders.

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