Bannerman Energy has released their inaugural Sustainability Report, marking an important milestone in profiling the great work their team has been doing in Namibia for over a decade.
The report provides a comprehensive overview of Bannerman’s sustainability strategy, which is built on three key pillars: People, Planet, and Performance. These pillars are how Bannerman thinks about ESG.
- People: Focuses on ensuring the well-being of employees and the host community.
- Planet: Centered around Bannerman’s commitment to minimizing their environmental footprint and preserving Namibia’s natural resources.
- Performance: Dedicated to achieving sustainable growth and creating value for stakeholders.
For their inaugural report, Bannerman utilized the talents of their team to write and produce the report. They are delighted to profile the extraordinary Namibian talent of Andrea Leech from Creative Care Graphic Design, who played a crucial role in the design and typesetting of the report.
For over 15 years, Bannerman has had ESG at the forefront of their mind in all the work they have done at their Etango project, engaging with key stakeholders and the wider Namibian community. At the release of the report, Bannerman Energy CEO, Brandon Munro commented: ‘I am proud that Bannerman has diligently managed the Etango project from its first drill holes in 2006, through definitive feasibility studies, to the large and long-life uranium mine that we are seeking to finance and construct in the near future.
Currently in the front-end engineering phase (FEED) for their Etango uranium mine in the Erongo Region, they aim to develop the most stringent policies and procedures as they move closer to the construction and operation phases. Bannerman is excited to continue contributing to the Namibian nation, its key stakeholders, and supporting community development.
You can view Bannerman’s 2023 Sustainability Report here
Bannerman Launches Quarterly Newsletter for Etango Uranium Project
Bannerman has also launched a new Newsletter focused on keeping stakeholders informed about the various activities taking place with regards to their Etango Uranium Project. The newsletter will be released every quarter and will include project updates, news, and competitions.
To receive a copy of the newsletter, sign up here and be sure to enter the ‘Name It’ competition to help Bannerman name their newsletter and go into the draw to win AUD$100 (N$1200).
Contributed By Bannerman Energy