We understand that our commercial success goes hand-in-hand with keeping our people safe, contributing to the health and well-being of our host communities, and keeping our social and environmental impacts to a minimum from the initial stages of project development through to operation.


We understand that our long-term success goes hand-in-hand with enhancing the broader well-being of the communities and regions in which we operate.

Vena Energy Australia seeks to contribute to the communities in which we’re currently developing or operating within. We firmly believe in engaging with the local communities where our projects are situated to encourage the mutual capacity building of all parties involved. Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs are developed through consultation with local communities and mainly target infrastructure and education initiatives to improve the communities in which we are established.

Health & Safety

Vena Energy Australia is committed to providing and maintaining a work environment that safeguards the health, safety and welfare of all personnel and contractors. We aim to continuously improve health and safety practices in the workplace through consultation and increased awareness of health and safety management, processes and personnel over the project life cycle.

We're actively encouraging a culture that strengthens the engagement, consultation, participation and promotion of our health and safety policies.


We work to enhance the environment near our project sites through tree planting, erosion prevention and community cohesion.

Since the founding of Vena Energy Australia, we’ve committed to incorporating the management of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) standards into our strategy and business practices. This ensures that ESG considerations are a fundamental component of the investment decision process and remain a central focus during the development, construction and operation of all our assets.

Local Industry Participation

Vena Energy Australia supports a local procurement policy and promotes participation from local, regional and national suppliers wherever possible and practical.