Companies are per se a social element, since they provide society with goods and services available that otherwise would not exist. They can only do so as long as they are profitable over time. This requirement again ensures that materials are used optimally and resources are optimally distributed. Profitable companies create something that was not there beforehand such as products, services, jobs, and thus increase the standard of living in the world.
However, in addition we have yet another concern. It affects the local population. Resource extraction is a business connected to one location on the one hand, on the other hand in most countries in the world central or state government have appropriated the raw materials and corresponding royalties to the disadvantage of landowners and communities. But since the people are the mainly affected party, we aim to the creation of win-win situations at the local level. This begins with transparency, early involvement of the local population and leads on the use of local services, the improvement of the infrastructure, the support of local customs and associations to the creation of local jobs and the increased amount of municipal taxes, such as the business tax.