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Sustainability at Beach

Climate Transition Action Plan

Beach is committed to playing its part in supporting a just transition, where the challenges of climate change are met with solutions which consider equitable access to affordable and secure energy.

Our Climate Transition Action Plan (CTAP) outlines the important role Beach expects to play as a provider of critical energy products as the world addresses the challenge of limiting global warming. It describes the targets that we have set to guide our response to the physical and transition risks associated with climate change as we work to provide energy for society today and into the future.


Energy for a sustainable transition

Beach recognises that action to address climate change is necessary and that all energy systems must contribute in order to meet the targets set out in the Paris Agreement, an international treaty on climate change.

A just transition is vital for the world to address the challenge of climate change, and this involves nations decarbonising their energy systems in a disciplined, considered way while considering the impact on their communities.

The natural gas that Beach produces continues to provide communities with an affordable, secure energy supply as we explore future energy opportunities for our customers.

Beach is committed to producing the energy needed for a sustainable transition – one that supports the needs of societies today, and into the future.

Download the 2023 Sustainability REport

Read previous Sustainability Reports


As a growing energy producer, we recognise our responsibility to understand and respect the environment, to minimise our impact, and remediate areas affected by past activities.

Our Environmental Policy outlines our approach to operating in an environmentally responsible manner.

our commitment to environmental sustainability

safety: our number one priority

Beach’s primary focus is the health and safety of our people. Failure to operate safely may put our people, environment, and reputation at risk.

Beach’s objectives are to ensure:

  • A healthy and safe workplace for all workers at all sites.
  • The protection of members of the public possibly affected by its operations.
  • Compliance with all applicable Government Acts, regulations and
  • We facilitate good business outcomes and growth through excellent Health and Safety performance.

Read more about our commitment to safety

respect for first nations peopleS, IWI and hapū

Beach strives to build positive, long term, trusting relationships with the Indigenous communities where we operate in Australia and New Zealand.

Beach is committed to protecting cultural heritage, and improving Indigenous participation through employment, training and business enterprise opportunities.



Beach recognises the importance of investing in the communities where it operates and being a good corporate citizen.

We partner with a range of community programs and projects that aim to add value to the lives of those who live near our operations.

Read about our community partnerships

Port Campbell Surf Life Saving Club