Performance data

We are in a continuous progress in following the guideline of GRI (Global Reporting Initiative), therefore the scope of our disclosed data is extended year by year.

Our sustainability performance is disclosed in the Annual Report against the GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) indicators.

The sustainability data can be found in MOL Group’s Annual Reports

Performance indicators 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

Please see our performance in the table below by clicking on the topics.

Indicator Note Unit 2015 2016 2017 GRI Standard
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SDG linkage(1)

Climate Change

Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

1.2

mn t

6.11

5.98

7.05

305-1

SDG 13

Carbon Dioxide based on equity share approach (CO2)(2)

1.2

mn t

5.68

5.97

6.08

305-1

SDG 13

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) under ETS

1.2

mn t

5.61

5.27

6.52

305-1

SDG 13

Methane (CH4)

1.2

t

354

1,471

1,019

305-1

SDG 13

Total Direct GHG (scope-1)

1.2

mn t CO2 eq

6.15

6.07

7.10

305-1

SDG 13

Total Indirect GHG (scope-2) - Location based

1.2

mn t CO2 eq

1.27

1.33

0.95

305-2

SDG 13

Total Indirect GHG (scope-2) - Market based(3)


mn t CO2 eq


1.38

1.08

305-2

SDG 13

Total GHG emission of Upstream (Scope-1 + Scope-2)(4)

1.2

mn t CO2 eq

0.71

0.68

0.80

305-1, 305-2

SDG 13

Total GHG emission of Refining (Scope-1 + Scope-2)(5)

1.2

mn t CO2 eq

4.65

4.52

4.34

305-1, 305-2

SDG 13

Total Indirect GHG from product use, business trips and crude oil supply (Scope-3)

1.2

mn t CO2 eq

58.03

59.14

61.03

305-2

SDG 13

CO2 emission from flaring in Upstream activities

1.2

mn t CO2 eq

0.06

0.11

0.10

305-7

SDG 13

Energy Consumption

Total direct energy consumption

1.2

GJ

85,292,279

83,552,569

96,116,908

302-1

SDG 12

o/w Natural Gas

1.2

GJ

17,917,957

22,970,085

22,909,029

302-1

SDG 12

o/w Other hydrocarbon (fuel, gas, etc.)

1.2

GJ

67,374,322

60,582,484

73,207,880

302-1

SDG 12

Total indirect energy consumption

1.2

GJ

17,885,050

18,192,245

12,869,548

302-1

SDG 12

o/w Electricity

1.2

GJ

9,562,509

9,781,690

8,826,150

302-1

SDG 12

o/w Other indirect energy (steam, heat, etc.)

1.2

GJ

8,322,541

8,410,555

4,043,398

302-1

SDG 12

Total energy consumption

1.2

GJ

103,177,328

101,744,814

108,986,456

302-1

SDG 7

o/w Total energy consumption of Upstream (direct + indirect)

1.2

GJ

8,579,143

7,669,124

7,770,477

302-1

SDG 7

o/w Total energy consumption of Refining (direct + indirect)

1.2

GJ

62,246,256

59,815,587

58,509,931

302-1

SDG 7

Environment

Air Emissions

Sulphur Dioxide (SO2)

2.1

t

6,146

7,077

8,996

305-7

SDG 13

Nitrogen Oxides (NOX)

2.1

t

5,175

5,718

7,453

305-7

SDG 13

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)

2.1

t

7,950

4,695

4,503

305-7

SDG 13

Carbon Monoxide (CO)

2.1

t

2,309

1,559

1,694

305-7

SDG 13

Particulate Matter (PM)

2.1

t

353

274

330

305-7

SDG 13

Water

Total Water Withdrawal

2.2

th m3

84,657

85,176

95,663

303-1

SDG 6

Total Water Discharge

2.2

th m3

94,002

92,234

96,827

306-1

SDG 14

Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH)

2.2

t

38

61

38

306-1

SDG 14

Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD)

2.2

t

1,514

1,739

1,650

306-1

SDG 14

Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD)

2.2

t

307

344

339

306-1

SDG 14

Solid Substances (TSS)

2.2

t

765

835

740

306-1

SDG 14

Waste

>

Hazardous Waste

2.3

t

92,720

139,032

122,316

306-2

SDG 12

Non-hazardous Waste

2.3

t

183,686

113,894

102,055

306-2

SDG 12

Waste Disposed / Landfilled

2.3

t

94,197

107,501

100,013

306-2

SDG 12

Waste Reused / Recycled / Recovered

2.3

t

182,461

145,424

124,234

306-2

SDG 12

Reused/recycled ratio

2.3

%

66.0

61.4

55.4


SDG 12

Spills and Discharges(3)

Number of Spills (>1m3)

2.3


6

11

10

306-3

SDG 12

Number of Spills (>1bbl)



48

43

38

306-3

SDG 12

Volume of Spills (>1m3) (HC content)

2.3

m3

17

637.1

129.1

306-3

SDG 12

Volume of Spills (>1bbl) (HC content)


bbl

232

4,170.4

882.4

306-3

SDG 12

Other

HSE-related Penalties

2.5

mn HUF

21

12

15

307-1

SDG 12

HSE investments


mn HUF

15,518

17,721

17,074


SDG 12

HSE operating costs


mn HUF

14,159

20,656

20,747


SDG 12

o/w Spending on waste (operating cost)


mn HUF

2,048

2,193

2,193


SDG 12

o/w Spending on emissions (operating cost)


mn HUF

1,270

1,581

1,653


SDG 12

o/w Spending on remediation (investment + operating cost)

2.3

mn HUF

2,057

1,670

2,261


SDG 12

o/w Spending on environmental management and prevention (operating cost)

2.3

mn HUF

454

311

329


SDG 12

ISO 14001 certifications in proportion to revenue


%

66

67

65


SDG 12

Health and Safety

Safety Indicators

Lost Time Injury (LTI) - employees

3.1


79

70

86

403-2

SDG 3

Lost Time Injury (LTI) - contractors(7)

3.1


21

21

31

403-2

SDG 3

Lost Time Injury Frequency (LTIF) - All

3.1


1.04

1.00

1.21

403-2

SDG 3

Lost Time Injury Frequency (LTIF) - employees

3.1


1.77

1.67

1.97

403-2

SDG 3

Lost Time Injury Frequency (LTIF) - contractors(7) (8)

3.1


0.41

0.42

0.58

403-2

SDG 3

Total Recordable Injury Rate (TRIR) - All

3.1


1.44

1.34

1.53

403-2

SDG 3

Total Recordable Injury Rate (TRIR) - employees

3.1


2.35

1.98

2.38

403-2

SDG 3

Total Recordable Injury Rate (TRIR) - contractors(7)

3.1


0.66

0.79

0.83

403-2

SDG 3

Total Reportable Occupational Illnesses Frequency (TROIF)

3.2


0.0

0.0

0.0

403-2

SDG 3

Lost day rate (LDR)

3.1

%

0.16

0.09

0.09

403-2

SDG 3

Absentee Rate (AR)

3.1

%

3.17

4.09

4.27

403-2

SDG 3

Number of fatalities – employees

3.1


1

0

0

403-2

SDG 3

Number of fatalities – contractors - on-site

3.1


4

0

2

403-2

SDG 3

Number of fatalities – contractors - off-site

3.1


1

2

2

403-2

SDG 3

Number of fatalities – third parties

3.1


3

21

6

403-2

SDG 3

Process safety events (Tier1 + Tier2)

3.3


41

24

22

NA

SDG 3

Human Capital

Employees by employment type and gender

Total workforce

4.2

no of persons

25,959

24,986

26,046

102-8

SDG 8

o/w part-time employees

4.2

no of persons

380

409

410

102-8

SDG 8

o/w full-time employees

4.2

no of persons

25,579

24,577

25,636

102-8

SDG 8

Leavers

4.2

no of persons

3,229

3,100

2,639

102-8

SDG 8

Number of new hires

4.2

no of persons

3,142

3,009

2,543

401-1

SDG 8

Employee turnover rate

4.2

%

12.4

12.4

10.1

401-1

SDG 8

Employees with potential access to trade union membership

4.4

%

94.9

96.1

93.6

304-1

SDG 8

Employees with potential coverage of collective bargaining agreements

4.4

%

91.5

89.0

87.9

304-1

SDG 8

Proportion of women in total workforce

4.2

%

22.0

24.3

24.1

405-1

SDG 5

Proportion of women in non-managerial positions

4.2

%

21.9

24.3

24.2

405-1

SDG 5

Proportion of women in managerial positions(9)

4.2

%

23.8

24.2

22.6

405-1

SDG 5

Trainings

Average hours of training per employee

4.3

hours

34

28

29

404-1

SDG 4

Avg. training cost per employee

4.3

th HUF

114

97

106

404-1

SDG 4

Total training cost

4.3

mn HUF

2,970

2,418

2,583

404-1

SDG 4

Communities

Social Indicators

Donations

5.2

mn HUF

1,898

1,571

1,474

203-1

SDG 1

In-kind giving (products and services)

5.2

mn HUF

34

31

39

203-1

SDG 1

Corporate volunteering

5.2

hours

6,085

7,265

7,519

203-1

SDG 1

Economic Sustainability

Economic Data (7)

Revenues


bn HUF

4,268

3,628

4,218

201-1

SDG 8

Financial assistance received from government


bn HUF

1.5

1.7

1.9

201-4

SDG 8

Operating costs


bn HUF

3,195

2,648

3,169

201-1

SDG 8

Company cash


bn HUF

1,073

980

1,050

201-1

SDG 8

Employee wages and benefits


bn HUF

267

240

256

201-1

SDG 8

Capital investors


bn HUF

211

125

112

201-1

SDG 8

Payments to governments


bn HUF

107

115

101

201-1

SDG 8

Economic value retained


bn HUF

488

499

580

201-1

SDG 8

R&D spendings


mn HUF

2,904

3,679

3,126


SDG 9

R&D spending on renewables in downstream


mn HUF

232

329

351


SDG 7

Customer Satisfaction (8)

Wholesale fuel customer satisfaction

6.6

%

89.5

86.4

85.0

102-43
102-44


Fuel Card customer satisfaction

6.6

%

88.6

87.0

86.5


Ethics(12)

Ethical notifications

6.2

cases

90

93

110

102-17

SDG 10

Ethical investigations

6.2

cases

58

63

66

102-17

SDG 10

Ethical misconduct(13)

6.2

cases

27

26

33

102-17

SDG 10

Total investigations performed by Corporate Security

6.2

cases

1,241

1,222

1,358

205-3

SDG 10

Total number of misconduct revealed by Corporate Security

6.2

cases

562

578

632

205-3

SDG 10

'n.a.' indicates where no data is available

Data was calculated according to GRI definitions.

(1)The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) launched by the United Nations is an important proxy linking MOL Group SD performance to national and supranational sustainable development aspirations

(2)GHG emissions according to the share of equity in the operation. Upstream Joint Ventures (INA offshore, Egypt, Angola, UK offshore, KRI) are excluded. Slovnaft Power Plant is included

(3)Market based Total Indirect GHG (scope-2) is for EU operation only

(4)Scope 2 GHG emission is calculated based on location based Indirect GHG

(5)Scope 2 GHG emission is calculated based on location based Indirect GHG

(6) Spills excluding spills from road accidents from 2014 onwards

(7) Contractors include filling station staff.

(8) First reported in 2013. Single service companies of MOL Group are considered in LTIF-employees indicator. In part due to this reason contractor LTIF is significantly lower.

(9) Including top, and mid-managerial (general and first-line management) levels

(10) Data is calculated according to GRI definition, see in details on MOL's website

(11) Customer satisfaction measurement varies by business. The figures have changes to percentage as Croatia switched to a 1-6 customer satisfaction range, from the previous 1-5. The percentages are simple averages drawn from surveys done on Wholesale Fuel customers and Fuel Card customers. 2017 average comprises Romanian and Croatian survey results. Further details can be found in the Customer section of the report and on MOL Group website.

(12) Ethics data excludes retail customer complaints initially registered as ethical issues

(13) The investigations which commenced in 2016 and closed in 2017 revealed an additional 2 cases of misconduct, resulting in a total of 26 case of misconduct for 2016. At the end of 2017 2 investigations were in progress.