At Gibson Energy, we recognize that corporate governance is fundamental to the success of our business, and instrumental in generating long-term value for all our stakeholders.
Good business practices, transparency in corporate financial reporting, and strong corporate governance are essential components of our success.
We are committed to adopting effective and meaningful governance practices for all of our stakeholders, including the creation and development of various committees of the Board. Board Members participate in four standing committees: Audit; Corporate Governance, Compensation and Nomination; Health and Safety; and Sustainability and ESG.
Our success is built on a foundation of integrity. As a company, we guide our conduct by the highest standards of honesty, integrity and ethical behavior. Our Code of Conduct and Ethics sets the standard for our workplace behaviour. We expect everyone who works on our behalf, our employees, contractors and our Board, to follow this Code.
Gibson is committed to establishing, maintaining and strengthening mutually beneficial relationships with Indigenous Peoples in Canada and their respective leadership and communities built on trust, respect and reconciliation. Underlying the responsibilities and commitments outlined in our Indigenous Peoples Policy are Gibson’s Indigenous Relations Guiding Principles.
Gibson is committed to uphold its status as a reputable operator and vital provider of infrastructure, while also ensuring robust cybersecurity measures are implemented to safeguard our data and maintain the dependability of services for our partners. We aim to continue fortifying our cybersecurity capabilities and maturity by collaborating with technology infrastructure and services providers, as well as industry partners, to survey and evaluate the overall security environment and ensure the progression of the Company’s cybersecurity program. We are committed to regularly testing our ability to prevent, detect, respond to and recover from potential threats. Our cybersecurity program is subject to a comprehensive annual assessment through internal and independent third-party audits, and employees are required to complete cybersecurity training on a quarterly basis.