Employees and contractors at our Brae platform add profitable production from the North Sea. Other core regions include the U.S., Canada and Equatorial Guinea.
Marathon assets, such as those in the Bakken and Eagle Ford plays, are indicative of our steady growth and the exciting opportunities that are yet to come.
At Marathon, we realize the importance of being transparent and regularly sharing company and industry information with our customers, employees and stakeholders.
Pablo Ondo Zetmayer, a gas plant operator in Equatorial Guinea, is a prime example of Marathon’s globally diverse workforce, which enjoys worldwide experiences and world-class opportunities.
With a focus on safety, innovation and environmental stewardship, Marathon is among the world’s leading independent exploration and production companies.
Our spirit of innovation and commitment to delivering superior products that address even the most complex challenges drives Marathon’s legacy of technical excellence.
This guideline advises how to handle donations and charity requests less than USD $5,000. Requests greater than USD $5,000 will be handeled by the Corporate Contributions Committee.
The guidelines presented below are based on the Company's Philanthropy Policy and Grant Guidelines modified for Norwegian conditions.
Submit an application online stating:
The applications will be processed by a committee consisting of management representatives and employee representatives e.g. Safety Delegate, Work Environment Committee members.
The Company may also evaluate requests outside meetings subject to discretion.
The distribution of the budget is based on the following guidelines:
In lieu of Christmas presents and cards to staff and business partners, Marathon Oil Norge will support a charitable organisation in December of each year. In November the staff will be asked to nominate candidates. We will then have a vote and the charity that gets the most votes will receive the donation.
Once a year the employees can apply for funding for the committee's evaluation. All approved applicants will receive an amount of maximum NOK 3000. The application should state information about the organization, a specific purpose and amount of the request. Organisations or teams receiving a contribution will be ineligible for any further funding within the year the grant was provided. If the number of applicants exceeds the budget, the allocation will be decided by drawing, and applicants that received support last year will not be given priority.
This will be split between student activities and direct support to education or education-linked events.
Should go to local causes. International humanitarian organizations and international disasters are covered by corporate.
Should go to support of local cultural events or groups.
Should be used for projects related to our business in Norway.
The following criteria must be met in order to issue a donation:
The following types of organizations are generally ineligible for funding:
The following projects are generally ineligible for funding: