|Total number of sites operated by the Group||Nb||796||808||803||819||858|
|[+] ISO 14001 certified sites||Nb||252||279||290||305||314|
|[+] ISO 14001 certified environmentally sensitive sites (a)||%||100||100||100||100||100|
|[+] Number of hydrocarbon spills (a)||Nb||60 (b)||73||128||129||169|
|[+] Total volume of hydrocarbon spills (a)||thousand m3||0.5 (b)||0.9||1.4||1.3||1.8|
(a) Accidental spills with an environmental impact and of more than one barrel.
(b) In 2017, the indicator perimeter was reviewed to exclude spills due to sabotage done by a third party.
|[+] Number of sites whose risk analysis identified at least one scenario of major accidental pollution to surface water||Nb||124||141||167||155||150|
|[+] Proportion of those sites with an operational oil spill contingency plan||%||92 (a)||99||98||90||87|
|[+] Proportion of those sites that have performed at least one anti-pollution exercice during the year||%||95||89 (b)||98||82||82|
(a) Decrease in 2017 compared to 2016 corresponds mainly to an affiliate whose global plan is currently being revised to integrate an asset in production since 2017.
(b) Decrease in 2016 compared to 2015 corresponds mainly to three affiliates which postponed their exercises to 2017.
|[+] SO2 Emissions (a)||kt||44||49||59||65||75|
|[+] NOX Emissions||kt||68||75||82||93||91|
(a) In 2010, SO2 emissions totaled 99 kt, and the target for 2020 is to remain below 49.5 kt, a level reached in 2016. The improvment in 2017 is linked to the shutdown of la Mède refinery (France).
|Hydrocarbon content of offshore water discharges||mg/l||17.7||17.2||19.4||19.4|
|% of sites that meet the target for the quality of offshore discharges (30 mg/l)||%||100 (a)||100 (a)||100 (a)||100 (a)|
|Hydrocarbon content of onshore water discharges||mg/l||2.4 (b)||3.2||3.7||3.3|
|% of sites that meet the target for the quality of onshore discharges (15 mg/l)||%||100||100||97||98|
* In the scope of Exploration & Production and Refining & Chemicals. The “hydrocarbons in water discharges” in tons indicator, which was used until 2015, has been replaced by the above indicators, in line with the Group’s objectives.
(a) Alwynn site (United Kingdom) excluded, as its produced water discharges are discontinuous, only occur during the maintenance periods of the water reinjection system and are subject to a specific regulatory authorization.
(b) The improvement in the quality of onshore water discharges in 2017 is linked to a continous improvment of discharges quality at Djeno Terminal (Republic of the Congo) and Tunu site (Indonesia).
|[+] Hazardous waste treated offsite||kt||178||187||202||223||232|
|Recycling and/or valorization||%||52 (a)||58||55||56||44|
|Others (incineration, biotreatment, etc.)||%||25||24||31||24||33|
(a) The evolution of the valorization rate is due to the excavation of 97.5 kt of unpolluted soil as part of the Port Arthur ethane cracker project.
These exceptional non-hazardous wastes have been used as a cover for a waste storage facility and are considered by regulation to not be valorized.
|[+] Fresh water withdrawals excluding cooling water||million m3||113 (a)||120||118||112||126|
|Suspended solids discharges in aqueous effluent||t||625||758||770||812||838|
(a) The decrease in water withdrawals between 2016 and 2017 is mainly due to the shutdown of la Mède refinery (France) and a major turnaround at Carville petrochemical site (USA).
[+] Audited indicators that obtained a moderate level of assurance from Ernst & Young Certification.