Reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions
|Reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions||AIC||EIC||TIC||SUBSIDIARIES (OKTA=A, EKO=B, DIAXON=C, HPC=D, EKO SERBIA=Ε, EKO BULGARIA=F, JP MONTENEGRO=G, CALYPSO=H, ASPROFOS=I)||Units||Comments|
|Scope 1: Direct GHG emissions from sources owned or controlled by the Group, e.g. CO2 from fuel consumption.||–||19,950.40||–||135.42 (A)||tn CO2 eq||
It refers only to CO2 emissions, whose reduction is calculated based on the consumption quantities compared to 2015 (base year). The reported reductions from the three refineries refer only to direct and indirect emissions (Scope 1 & 2). There are no reductions in Scope 3 emissions (Scope 3: other indirect greenhouse gas emissions which are a consequence of the activities of the organization, but occur from sources not owned or controlled by the organization, as well as the use of products and services).
The following table presents the initiatives taken to achieve these reductions. The symbol below the number in each cell corresponds to the symbol in this table:
Α: Fuel switching
The reduction of OKTA emissions is due to rearrangements of its premises and the reduction of EKO emissions is due to replacing conventional light bulbs with LED.
|Scope 2: Indirect greenhouse gas emissions resulting from the generation of electricity, heating, cooling and steam which is purchased from other organizations for own consumption by the Group.||186.61||0||188.68||19.91 (B)|
|Scope 3: Other indirect greenhouse gas emissions that are the result of the organization’s activities but originate from non-owned or controlled sources, as well as the use of products and services||