Explore Seadrill’s recent efforts in increasing the sustainability of our business and read about our milestones in our inaugural 2021 Sustainability Report.
At Seadrill, we are minimizing the impact our activities have on the environment by developing advanced technologies to make our business ever safer and more efficient. Nothing is more important to us than the health, safety and wellbeing of our workforce and the communities in which we operate. We continue to build and foster an inclusive culture that encourages, supports, and celebrates the diverse voices of our people. Watch the video to learn more.
An industry leader in how we manage our carbon emissions and take action on climate issues
Seadrill has reported into the Carbon Disclosure Project since 2012 and we are proud to be an industry leader in terms of how we manage our carbon emissions and take coordinated action on climate issues. Learn more in our most recent CDP report.
Code of Conduct
The Seadrill Code of Conduct is our guide for doing the right thing in business. It uses a principles-based approach covering health, safety and the environment; our people; our partners and suppliers; governments and communities and protecting our assets.
Our goal is to obtain a workforce fit for duty, and a working environment that provides job satisfaction and good health conditions.
Our goal is to provide a safe working environment to prevent any major accidents.
Our goal is preventing accidental discharges and to operate in an environmentally sustainable manner.
Our goal is to attract a diverse range of talented people. All employees in Seadrill shall enjoy equal opportunity, regardless of age, gender, religion, nationality or ethnic background.
Rig Recycling Directive
Once a rig has reached the end of its lifecycle, Seadrill recycles its assets using responsible and ethical practices in accordance with the 1994 Hong Kong Convention.