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Sustainable Operations Dataset

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Sustainable Operations Dataset

The tables below contains a summary of Caltex publicly reported data relating to sustainable operations.

 

 

Safety

 

2011
2012 2013 2014 2015
Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (Note 1)  0.99  0.59  0.63  0.76  0.62
Total Treated Injury Frequency Rate (Note 1)  2.53  2.83  1.36  1.74  2.35
Motor Vehicle and Tanker Truck Incidents          

Motor Vehicle

 0  2  1 0

Tanker Truck

 2  3  5  4
Major Process and Safety Incidents (Note 2)          

 Tier 1

 4  3  4  4 0

 Tier 2

 4  5  2  2 0
Annual Drug and Alcohol Tests  1,519  2,093  1,943  2,700 8,400

Note 1

Employee and contractor lost time injury frequency rate per million work hours. From 2010 includes all Contractor.

Note 2

Metric modified to adopt American Petroleum Institute Recommended Practice 754 (API RP-754). 2011 & 2012 performance is number of Tier 1 & Tier 2 process safety incidents. Performance prior to 2011 reflects Centre for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) definition of a process safety incident which is a Tier 1 equivalent.

 

People

 

2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Employees (Note 3) 3,550  3,610  3,546  3,067 3,078
Note 3

Includes employees of Calstores Pty Ltd and Caltex 100% owned resellers.

 

Environment

 


2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
GHG (Scope 1), tonnes CO2- equivalent
1,869,326
1,849,424
1,849,610
1,704,466 938,680 
 GHG (Scope 2), tonnes CO2- equivalent 315,115
303,099
288,640
269,848 197,970
Internally Reported Spills (>1 BBL and Marine)
26 17 15  22 9
 Environmental protection licences held 17 17 17 19 19
 Penalty infringement notices 1 2 1 1
 Licence Exceedences 4 12 6 5 8
Provisions, Site remediation and Dismantling, current A$ thousands (Note 4) 12,913 15,703 68,074 151,923 88,556 
Provisions, Site remediation and Dismantling, non-current A$ thousands (Note 4)
 57,800 414,207 380,895 332,979 340,216
Note 4

Provision is made for the remediation of oil refining, distribution and marketing sites, and in relation to the Kurnell conversion project. Significant judgements and estimates are involved in forming expectations of future activities and the amount and timing of expenditure associated with the environment remediation process. Those expectations are formed based on existing environment and regulatory requirements or, if more stringent, Caltex's environmental policies which give rise to a constructive obligation. The restoration and remediation provision, whilst representing Caltex's best estimate, remains subject to a level of uncertainty in relation to the timing and amount of each component of expenditure in future periods. Adjustments to the estimated amount and timing of future expenditures are a normal occurrence in light of significant judgements and estimates involved. Factors influencing those potential changes include revisions to lives of operations, developments in technology, regulatory requirements and environmental management strategies, and changes in the estimated extent and costs of anticipated activities.