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Sustainable Worldwide Solutions


Metrics and Goals

Customer Satisfaction:  Enhancing customer experience to drive repeat business and positive reviews.


Market Expansion:  Entering new markets or regions to increase market share.


Sustainability: Promoting environmentally-friendly practices in fuel production and distribution.


Diversity and Inclusion: Setting goals to engage diverse suppliers and employees within the business.


We pledge to always put the community first. That means being leaders in environmental, social and economic sustainability.


When we talk about oil, you might think of the stuff we put in our cars or lawnmowers to make them work smoothly. And when we talk about natural gas, you might picture it as something we use to heat our homes, cook our food, or make electricity. But guess what? Oil and natural gas can do way more than just that!

These special things called petrochemicals, which come from oil and natural gas, help make more than 6,000 different things we use every day, including cool gadgets. Some of the important petrochemicals have funny names like ethylene, propylene, acetylene, benzene, and toluene. Also, some parts of natural gas like methane, propane, and ethane are used to make all kinds of stuff we depend on.


Our modern life depends on having these things available, and they're not just made in one place, they're made in the United States and all around the world. Let's take a closer look at some of the regular things we find in our homes and businesses that might surprise you!

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Corporate Responsibility

At Global Business Services, we understand the importance of sustainability and are committed to reducing our impact on the environment. We strive to reduce our environmental footprint through initiatives such as using more energy-efficient technology, adopting environmentally-friendly practices, and minimizing waste. We are continuously looking for innovative solutions to reduce our carbon emissions and make our operations more sustainable. We believe that sustainability is important for the future of our business and the planet and are dedicated to ensuring that our practices are sustainable and responsible.



Addressing climate change requires global cooperation and concerted efforts to reduce GHG emissions, transition to renewable energy sources, improve energy efficiency, and protect and restore forests and ecosystems. International agreements like the Paris Agreement aim to limit global warming to well below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels and strive to limit it to 1.5 degrees Celsius to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.

Individuals, communities, businesses, and governments all play a role in mitigating climate change through sustainable practices and policies. Reducing carbon emissions, conserving resources, and promoting clean energy are essential steps to combat this critical global challenge.

Climate Change


Global efforts to address carbon emissions are often outlined in international agreements such as the Paris Agreement, which aims to limit global warming by reducing carbon emissions and increasing climate resilience. Additionally, governments, businesses, and individuals all have roles to play in reducing carbon emissions through sustainable practices and policies.

Carbon Emissions


Effective waste management practices are crucial for minimizing environmental pollution, conserving natural resources, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and protecting human health. Sustainable waste management strategies prioritize waste reduction, recycling, and responsible disposal while adhering to environmental regulations and promoting public awareness and participation.

Waste Management


We care about our communities and want provide the necessary resources to help them grow. Analyzing and understanding community impact is essential for policymakers, organizations, and community leaders to make informed decisions, allocate resources effectively, and develop strategies that promote the well-being and development of the communities they serve. 

Community Impact


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