CORES has published its Activity Report for the first time in the form of a Sustainability Report on a voluntary commitment. As indicated in it, with the aim of contributing through its activity to value creation for Public Administration, the energy sector, society and the other agents with whom it has relations, CORES has taken on a commitment to incorporate sustainability and an active concern for the environment into its operations, sharing the concerns of society as a whole and the trends within the world energy outlook towards satisfying the needs of the current generation without sacrificing the welfare of those to come.
In this manner, CORES shows its concern for specific questions such as the promotion of innovation and good practice within the sector, and maintaining ethical and objective behaviour, as well as transparency in the performance of its activities. As a result, without any legal requirement, but following the practices of the major hydrocarbon sector companies which do have such an obligation, CORES has taken on this activity in a voluntary manner, striving for responsible management based on sustainable criteria.
Inclusion of sustainability and environmental criteria provides an opportunity to improve the appeal of the Corporation for investors and financial institutions who increasingly value and demand adequate management of all related ethical, social and environmental issues from the companies in whom they invest.