Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a companyʼs accountability for its operational charity.jpg
activities and decision-making related to all stakeholders who have a direct interest in the company or who indirectly impacted by it.
The concept of CSR is a result of a national sustainable development strategy that also addresses legal, ethical, commercial and societal expectations to ensure fair decision making by corporations.
CSR is viewed as a comprehensive set of policies and programs that are incorporated into business  operations throughout the company, taking into account past, present and future results. The issues encompassing a companyʼs CSR vary according to its business type, size, sector and geographic
region. Typically, issues include subjects related to business ethics, community investment, environment, governance and human rights.
About Kuwait Oil Company

Kuwait Oil Company has the important and privileged responsibility of providing energy to the world. Since 1934, our mission has been to explore, develop and produce Kuwait’s hydrocarbon resources. However, our job doesn’t just stop there. At KOC, we believe we can produce Kuwait’s most important resource in a way that is both economically viable and environmentally sound.

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