Wintershall Dea is committed to trusted relationships with its suppliers.
As a global supply chain with a local presence in our business units, Wintershall Dea procures products and services worth more than a billion euros annually. The company works with our suppliers and contractual partners in a trusting, personal manner while observing the highest standards. We qualify our suppliers taking account of the following aspects: sustainability, respecting human rights, quality, compliance with high technical and HSE standards. Wintershall Dea therefore makes its procurement decisions taking these aspects into account. The company is interested in fair and long-term supplier relationships.
Information Letter on sanctions & our exit from Russia
You can find information about the sanctions in Russia and Wintershall Dea's exit in the Download section. For further inquiries, please contact email@example.com
Wintershall Dea will end its Russian activities and deconsolidate the Russian segment from financial reporting.
Sustainability in the supply chain – our expectations
For Wintershall Dea, sustainability-oriented management of the supply chain means raising the awareness of our expectations and standards among our suppliers.
The company expects all suppliers to comply with applicable laws and internationally recognized environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) standards. And that our suppliers do all they can to ensure that their suppliers and subcontractors also implement these standards.
We accept our responsibility for protecting the environment and the climate and shape our processes in such a way that our environmental impact and energy and resource consumption are minimised. As part of the sustainability strategy, the company has implemented the DIN EN ISO 50001 Energy Management System at relevant locations.
This is in line with our desire to improve energy efficiency for the machines, systems, products, services and facilities we use. Procurement decisions are therefore made taking these aspects into account.
If you have any concerns about unlawful conduct or misconduct, please contact the responsible Whistleblower Portal SpeakUp.
In selecting suppliers and assessing new and existing supplier relationships, protection of the environment, respecting human rights, compliance with labour and social standards, and anti-discrimination and anti-corruption guidelines are equally relevant for Wintershall Dea alongside economic criteria. Our understanding of these ESG standards is reflected in the Wintershall Dea Supplier Code of Conduct, which can be found in the documents for our suppliers.
Supply Chain Activities
- Drilling rigs & related services
- E&P software, G&G, studies, IT/IS
- OCTG & wellheads
- Transport & logistic services
- Well construction & completion services & related equipment
- C-material and consumables
- Consultancy, HR, communication & business services
- Engineering services & infrastructure
- Maintenance, modification and related equipment
- Subsea production & SURF
Procurement System Coupa
You can find training materials for Coupa in the “Documents for suppliers” section - topic “Coupa/Invoicing”.
Documents for suppliers
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COVID-19 Questionnaire for Visitors
For the purpose of the health protection of all employees and visitors, no person suspected of being COVID-19 infected should access Wintershall Dea assets. All Wintershall Dea premises should avoid non business-related visitors for the time being.
The present questionnaire that can be downloaded below must be filled in completely and truthfully and signed by every visitor who wants to receive access.
If you have any questions or comments don't hesitate to send us your request.