UKPIA is committed to sharing and learning across industry for the benefit of our sector and others.
By discussing non-commercial issues that impact across a number of stakeholders, UKPIA is able to contribute to improved performance and outcomes not only for ourselves, but for wider industry, for employees and contractors across our sector, as well as consumers and the communities who live and work alongside our industry's operations.
An example of this in practice is the Chemical and Downstream Oil Industry Forum (CDOIF). CDOIF is a collaborative venture formed to agree strategic areas for joint industry, trade union and regulator action aimed at delivering health, safety and environmental improvements with cross-sector benefits. CDOIF's focus encompasses process safety, environment, legislation, occupational health and occupational safety.
Internationally, UKPIA plays an active role working with other National Oil Industry Associations (NOIAs) across Europe to collectively advocate for the interests of the downstream oil sector. As members of Concawe/FuelsEurope, UKPIA is part of a network of companies and trade associations that work to promote an economically and environmentally sustainable downstream oil sector across Europe.