Local Content: Procurement
Marathon Oil wants to work with contractors and suppliers who share our commitment to safety, environmental stewardship, ethical business conduct, sound labor practices and human rights. Our standards, policies and procedures for contractors and suppliers primarily serving field operations are encompassed in the elements of our Responsible Operations Management System (ROMS) related to third-party services and health, environment and safety (HES). In addition, contracts address our expectations that contractors and suppliers align with our values, adhere to our policies, and comply with all applicable export, anti-corruption and anti-bribery laws and regulations.
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Marathon Oil uses well-established business processes to evaluate climate change risk in our investment decisions, and engages with external stakeholders to understand their perspectives.
Marathon Oil and our workforce were deeply affected by the record-shattering storm. But we cared for each other, our neighbors and communities, while continuing critical business functions and safeguarding our South Texas Eagle Ford asset.
Digital Oilfield Capabilities
We’re expanding digital oilfield capabilities throughout our U.S. unconventional resource plays. They’re allowing us to automate field operations, transmit and manage large amounts of data, perform site and equipment surveillance remotely, and analyze and optimize operations.
Since 2002, Marathon Oil has been the operator of a world-class integrated gas business in Equatorial Guinea. We’re striving to bring progress, opportunities and national capacity to the community and host nation, while building long-term shareholder value.