Unlocking Britain's Energy Potential

  • Community & environment 

    We have a long track record of engaging with groups in the local communities, bringing real benefits to local people.

Working with our community

IGas has a long track record of engaging with neighbouring communities. Learn more about our community engagement

Community Engagement Charter

IGas is a signatory to the UK Onshore Oil and Gas charter, which outlines the steps the industry will take to address concerns around safety, noise, dust, truck movements and other environmental issues. Download a copy of the charter

Key Facts

  •  

    Since 2008,

    £850,000

    worth of funds have been awarded to projects that benefit the communities in which they operate.

  •  

    We funded 7

    potentially life-saving defibrillators

    in 2015.


  • In 2016

    £48,348

    worth of grants were awarded to projects in the North West.

  •  

    In 2016,

    £32,295

    worth of grants were awarded to projects in the East Midlands.

Wheels for All
Harby Playground
Storrington First School
Singleton & East Dean WI
Warrington Youth Club
Wey & Arun Canal Trust
Weston Community
Brookside Primary School
East Leake Playgroup
  • Wheels for All

    Awarded £5,000 towards the purchase of specially adapted bicycles which will enable people with disabilities to enjoy regular cycling in a safe environment.
  • Harby Playground

    Awarded a grant of £5,000 towards the cost of renewing a village playground which has badly deteriorated and needs up-to-date equipment.
  • Storrington First School

    Awarded £4,330 to purchase computers for their catch-up café, where pupils teach older members of the community and care home residents how to use ICT.
  • Singleton & East Dean WI

    Awarded £2,000 to help the group mark the movement's national centenary by developing a permanent museum exhibition recording the history of the organisation.
  • Warrington Youth Club

    Awarded £1,000 towards resources for a project that aims to support young men who are facing challenges such as teenage fatherhood or substance abuse.
  • Wey & Arun Canal Trust

    Awarded £500 to set up a display to raise awareness and assist fundraising for the restoration of the canal. The display will be kept at a local heritage centre.
  • Weston Community

    Awarded £1,250 towards the purchase and installation of a defibrillator in the village. The village is around 12 miles from the nearest ambulance station.
  • Brookside Primary School

    Our grant helped clear and re-establish a pond and create a wider wildlife habitat which will be used in tandem with the local Countryside Ranger for educational sessions.
  • East Leake Playgroup

    Awarded a grant of £600 towards new gardening and wildlife equipment, helping to provide a stimulating environment in which children can learn.