We fuse our heritage and future, people and natural resources, trades and high-end engineering, problem solving and grit, to create a new energy in the sector. Large enough to offer every skill and capability. Small enough to be agile and make decisions on the ground, right where they’re needed. That helps us put our clients at the top of their game. And puts us at the top of ours.
The greatest positive change we can make today in energy transition, has to happen from within. To decarbonise the old and tackle the new, we will leverage the brilliant minds, efforts and spirit of our 14,000 wonderfully different and talented people in new ways. And in doing so, we will ensure that we are driving the change to a renewable energy future, whilst also ensuring energy today is cleaner, more reliable and affordable enough to give everyone a fair and equal run at life’s opportunity.
We design, build and maintain the assets that power the world for today and make it future-ready for tomorrow. The trust that our clients have put in us over the last 100 years has given us the energy to deliver. And now, we’re taking that to a new level of capability to drive the energy solutions of the future. From consulting to design, build, commissioning and startup through to maintenance and decommissioning. At Kent, it is our ambition to be the global leader in integrated energy services. Driven by sustainability and innovation. We’re faster, better and ready to go in more locations and across more disciplines than ever before.
The energy industry is changing. People across the world are stepping up and demanding more of the world’s leaders for the future safety of our planet. So each and every living creature within it can thrive. We know that a vague statement of future net zero intent from a CEO more focused on the next quarter than the next decade is not going to cut it. That’s not us.
At Kent we believe in creating genuine, meaningful, positive change. And because of this our sustainability strategy has not been approached lightly. It may be in it’s infancy but we’ve done a deep dive on our business operations to truly understand the sustainability-related topics that could be relevant, or material, to us. The ones where we can make the biggest impact. To change for the better.
Our sustainability strategy is built around three core pillars.
We believe the meaningful change we all seek begins from within. We encourage a collective energy built on individual actions to create an inclusive, safe and prosperous world for our people and the communities in which we operate.
We’re committed to being a compassionate catalyst for the energy transition. Addressing the wounds of yesterday, powering the world today and making it future-ready for tomorrow.
We know that talk won’t cut it. As a business we take action, lead by example and always do the right thing. By putting our purpose and principles before profit we inspire trust and pride in our people, our clients and the communities we touch.
The welfare of our people who work with us globally is a fundamental core value, it is our strongest belief that we will end every day at Zero. Zero harm to our people, planet, and assets. This includes both physical and psychological harm. It is critical to that aim that we establish environments where risk is understood and controlled. Where people feel safe to raise concerns and empowered to stop work if they feel it is not safe, without fear of retribution or negative connotations.
At Kent we believe positive outcomes are a result of a great culture and effective leadership where everyone owns the responsibility to be a custodian of safe outcomes.
We’ve been in the energy business a long time. Often as pioneers. And we’ve come a long way both professionally and geographically. We know that we’ve made a difference – both in the industry and to people’s lives.
That’s our Kent team. Kent has brought together some of the key names in the global energy industry. Our ambition and success is rooted in our people working towards one common goal: Results for our customers. Read more