GPSC places great emphasis on implementing best practices by the government rules and regulations. The company supports the operations of an independent and impartial non-profit organization, the Federation of Thai Industries (F.T.I.), and the Petroleum Institute of Thailand (PTIT) through participation as members of the board and the committee in order to create a collaborative network that acts as a knowledge exchange platform. The topics range from work experience, best practices in technology, and standards or criteria used in each party's company to environmental stewardship. Such a project aims to provide insight and knowledge to the participants while fostering a positive corporate image and trust among the government agencies, communities, and stakeholders.
In 2021, representatives from GPSC, on behalf of the group, periodically met with the government agencies in charge of environmental protection to present and exchange helpful information, particularly regarding the law and operations of the company. In addition, the representatives also kept up-to-date with new legislation to be imposed by the government. To illustrate, the representatives followed up on the draft of the Climate Change Act aimed to enforce Carbon Tax and Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS). The company also joined the Thai Renewable Energy (RE100) Association established by Renewable Energy Industry, Federation of Thai Industries to drive the supply and demand of renewable energy and carbon credit, additionally to encourage renewable energy and energy efficiency agenda to be primary tools to Decarbonization through Deregulation, Decentralization, and Digitalization operations by the government. These agendas aim to resolve the climate issue and maintain Thailand's competitiveness. The company jointly proposes and drives Thailand's industries to 100% renewable energy implementation policy to government, pushing Green Energy and Green Carbon policies, encouraging the carbon credit and energy trading, Building demand and supply for carbon credit and energy market, include providing challenges, obstacles, and suggestion regarding carbon credit and energy trading.