Oil giant China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) released its first corporate social responsibility (CSR) report Thursday, the South China Morning Post reported. The 69-page report gave details of CNPC's achievements in workplace safety, environmental protection, greenhouse gas reduction, clean energy development and social welfare. CNPC – the parent of internationally-listed PetroChina – is said to be the fourth state firm to issue a CSR report, which is published separately from annual financial reports, as Chinese companies look to meet international corporate practices. The other companies that have produced reports are Baosteel Group, State Grid Corp and China National Offshore Oil Corp.
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