Technip has been reselected as a component of both the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) World and Stoxx Indices for 2006/2007. This is the fifth consecutive selection for Technip. Within the DJSI oil equipment and services industry sector, Technip confirms its leading position, having achieved the best performances in terms of sustainable development.
The Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), first introduced in 1999, is one of the most widely recognized international benchmarks for assessing a company’s sustainable development performance.
The DJSI compares a company’s performance to those of its peers, in order to identify best practices across the economic, social and environmental dimensions of corporate sustainable development.
Technip has been selected by DJSI for 2006/2007 as member of the following indices:
The DJSI World Index which includes 318 global companies covering 58 sectors of activity. Technip has been selected as a member for the fourth consecutive year and is the only European oil equipment and services company included in the index.
The European DJSI Stoxx Index, of which Technip has been a component since 2003 and remains the only oil equipment and services company.
Technip endeavors to ensure that the Group’s growth serves to strengthen its policies in all of the dimensions of sustainable development. It is therefore pleased to see its commitments recognized with this new selection.
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With a workforce of more than 21,000 people, Technip ranks among the top five corporations in the field of oil, gas and petrochemical engineering, construction and services. Headquartered in Paris, the Group is listed in New York and Paris. The Group’s main operations and engineering centers and business units are located in France, Italy, Germany, the UK, Norway, Finland, the Netherlands, the USA, Brazil, Abu-Dhabi, China, India, Malaysia and Australia. In support of its activities, the Group manufactures flexible pipes and umbilicals, and builds offshore platforms in its manufacturing plants and fabrication yards in France, Brazil, the UK, the USA, Finland and Angola, and has a fleet of specialized vessels for pipeline installation and subsea construction.