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ESG reporting

We’re committed to transparent disclosure of our ESG performance that’s aligned with global reporting standards. We publish a biennial ESG Report to measure and report on our performance. Explore our current and past reports to learn more about ARC’s performance and sustainability initiatives.

Our 2022 ESG Report

Note: for ESG reports – keep period of 3 years of current reporting period

2020 ESG Report

2018 ESG Report

2016 ESG Report

2014 ESG Report

Learn about ARC’s approach on additional topics such as human rights, cybersecurity, human rights and industry associations & partnerships. 

Equitable Origin certification

EO100™ Standard for Responsible Energy Development

The EO100™ standard verifies and recognizes ESG performance against targets in: 

  • corporate governance and ethics
  • social impacts, human rights and community engagement
  • Indigenous Peoples’ rights
  • occupational health and safety and fair labour standards
  • environmental impacts, biodiversity and climate change

Certification is awarded following a comprehensive and independent assurance process which includes site-level assessments and interviews with key stakeholders and Indigenous communities. 

“Responsible development has long been a core focus for our company. Top-decile environmental and social performance, transparency, and Indigenous and stakeholder engagement will be imperative as the energy transition continues. Our certification validates our leadership in these areas and commitment to continuous improvement of our sustainability practices.”

“ARC’s commitment to responsible energy development and continuous improvement is outstanding and having them in our program is an honour. We would like to congratulate them on having achieved a second EO100™ certification to our rigorous standard.”

ESTMA reporting

Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act Fillings

The Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act (ESTMA) was enacted by the Government of Canada on December 16, 2014, and made effective on June 1, 2015. This Act delivers on Canada’s international commitments to contribute to global efforts to increase transparency and deter corruption in the extractive sector. The Act requires extractive entities active in Canada to publicly disclose, on an annual basis, specific payments made to all governments in Canada and abroad.

Note: for ESTMA reports – keep period of 5 years of current reporting period

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