Tellurian recognizes the importance of investing in and supporting the communities where we live and work through strategic donations and neighborhood involvement.
Take care of our environment
Educate our children
LIve with good health
Love our neighbors
We strengthen relationships with our partners, contractors, customers and communities by working together on projects that advance the greater good. We also provide opportunities for our employees to work together as a team in their communities. Since our inception in 2016, Tellurian employees have invested over 1,000 hours of community volunteer service around the world. As a company, we have donated over $2 million in causes benefitting our communities.
We strive to make a difference in all the communities where we have interests:
We invested $1.5 million to build the Belle Cove Road for residents in the Driftwood community and surrounding area, the epicenter of our planned Driftwood LNG operations. This new road improves access from local neighborhoods to a highway, filling a longtime need. See here for our other Louisiana projects.
Other community donations in Louisiana
We are building Driftwood LNG in Carlyss, Louisiana, near the city of Lake Charles. We want to be a good neighbor by becoming involved in benefiting our new community through our time and our pocketbook. Since 2016, we have donated over $500,000 to local entities.
We volunteer and donate to a number of causes in Houston, including the Houston Food Bank, SEARCH Homeless Services, MS 150 and Casa de Esperanza, which strives to break the cycle of child abuse and neglect for at-risk children and families. In addition, Houston employees have participated in energy-conservation efforts as part of Earth Day.
We donated SGD50,000 toward Room to Read’s Literacy Programme. This donation establishes a library at a rural government school in India’s Utter Pradesh state where the needs are vast. Our donation also provides teacher training at the same school for the next four years, where instructors will learn the best strategies to teach primary-school students in the first and second grades to become independent readers.
Tellurian has a robust stakeholder engagement approach that includes formal open houses and town halls, community meetings, neighborhood gatherings, regular newsletters and speeches with community groups to ensure we are listening and connected.