Neptune Energy has become the latest oil company to pledge cash to support humanitarian efforts in Ukraine.
The North Sea operator will donate £1.5 million to fund aid in the region following Russia’s invasion of the Eastern European country.
The cash will be shared equally between emergency appeals from the International Committee of the Red Cross and the International Rescue Committee.
Neptune has also put in place a scheme to match donations made by its employees across the world.
So far the initiative has raised more than £30,000.
While Neptune does not have any assets or employees in either Russia or Ukraine, it is providing support to members of staff with family who have been impacted.
The company has also asked those it works with to confirm any interests they may have in Russia and what steps they are taking to end any support for the Russian state.
International community taking action
Countries across the globe have rallied to support the people of Ukraine in recent weeks as conflict continues to rage in the country.
Countless companies, including many in the oil and gas sector, have also moved to severe their ties with Russia.
Supermajor BP has already contributed £15m to support humanitarian operations in Ukraine, in addition to walking away from Russian oil company Rosneft.
Meanwhile Shell has pledged to donate the profits from its purchase of Russian energy to a fund set up to support Ukraine.