Create value for our shareholders and other stakeholders by building a technically acknowledged, financially strong and profitable energy transition infrastructure portfolio.
Our code of conduct describes the way we conduct business. We have developed ten core principles that describe our expectations with respect to business conduct. Our overall ambition is to make ethical, responsible and value-adding decisions.
CapeOmega will be the leading energy transition infrastructure owner with a focus on low carbon maritime infrastructure in Northern Europe supporting energy demand and emission reduction ambitions of the future.
CapeOmega core values complement and support our strategy.
We shall be a frontrunner with creative solutions to new or existing challenges. We shall strive for safe and efficient solutions. Management shall create a multidisciplinary work culture with focus on “development for the future”.
We shall demonstrate responsibility and ownership to all operations. We shall provide the right attitude and ethics. Management shall support personnel with guidance and respect.
We shall work in compliance to professional standards and constantly strive to expand our competence. Management shall focus on competence enhancement for career development.
CapeOmega shall be renowned as an environmentally responsible energy infrastructure company, promoting and delivering environmentally responsible solutions whether transport, processing, or production.
CapeOmega promote respect for fundamental human rights and decent working conditions in connection with our management of assets and hence the provision of services associated.
CapeOmega address adverse impacts on fundamental human rights and decent working conditions through embedded Company policies.
Fundamental human rights and decent working conditions, safety, health and security of people involved in our business is a priority for CapeOmega.
This is emphasised by our Code of Conduct and Human Rights Policy. Strong focus on compliance, transparency and responsible business conduct is essential in our company.
CapeOmega address adverse impacts on fundamental human rights and decent working conditions through Audits and working meetings with our partners, colleagues and suppliers.
We perform due diligence of suppliers and other business partners. Such due diligence is conducted on a regular basis and is risk based, proportionate and in accordance with UN’s Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights and the OECD Procedure for Multinational Enterprises.