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Total has a long history in the energy business and is committed to continuously providing reliable, clean energy to as many people as possible, now, and in the future. Total’s ambition is to be the responsible energy major, and we play an active part in tackling climate change.
With over 98,000 employees globally committed to better energy, the Total group strive to provide customers with safer, more affordable, easily accessible, cleaner and more efficient energy.
Total is working hard to build closer ties to the communities in which we live and work. To accomplish this, we continuously strengthen community-building dialogue both internally within Total and with society at large. That’s why we have a longstanding tradition of actively engaging in our host communities around the world.
The Tyra platforms have been at the core of Denmark’s energy infrastructure for 30 years, processing 90% of the nation’s natural gas production. As a responsible energy provider, Total is investing 21 billion Danish kroner to redevelop the Tyra platforms in the Danish North Sea to support Denmark and Europe’s transition towards a low-carbon energy future.
Total has successfully explored, developed, and produced oil and gas in the Danish North Sea for more than 50 years. Total is fully committed to the development of the Danish North Sea. We provide 26,000 jobs directly and indirectly, contribute to state revenue, and ensure energy security in Denmark today and for decades to come.
Action! is the Total Foundation’s global employee volunteer program. Under the Action! program, Total provides every employee the time and resources needed to contribute to the development of their host region. All Total employees, no matter where in the world, can donate up to three working days a year to support local initiatives.
For Total, innovation and technology have always played an important role in exploring, extracting, and producing oil and gas from the Danish North Sea. This is why, in 2018, Total partnered with SubC to develop the Jacket Crawler—a robot that remotely completes risky, manual, and highly weather-dependent work usually accomplished by skilled divers and crew.