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Performance Data

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Performance Data (85.08KB)

Compliance

Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption (ABC) Training *1

(persons)

  FY2014 FY2015 FY2016
Japan 1,345
Australia 1,633
Indonesia 185

HSE

Environmental Data
Health & Safety

Local Communities


Social Investment Expenditures in Fiscal 2016




Climate Change

GHG Emissions Management
Renewable Energy

Employees

Employment
Work-life Balance
Human Resource Development
Notes
  1. Number of attendees for anti-bribery and anti-corruption training (ABC training) since 2016 has been added.
  2. Includes data on contractors.
  3. VOC emissions are calculated using the “PRTR Release and Transfer Calculation Manual for Oil Refineries and oil storage depots, etc.” published by the Petroleum Association of Japan.
  4. The quantity of seawater used is not included.
  5. Wastes are defined as hazardous wastes in accordance with the laws of each country. Within Japan, “specially controlled industrial wastes” as stipulated in the Act on Waste Disposal and Public Cleansing are set as “hazardous wastes” and other wastes (including “industrial wastes” and “municipal waste”) are set as “non-hazardous wastes.”
  6. Since general waste discharge volume by disposal category is uncertain, the entire discharge volume of general waste has been included in the final disposal amount.
  7. Rate of injuries resulting in fatalities or lost time per million hours worked (LTIF: Lost Time Injury Frequency).
  8. The rate of recordable injuries (fatalities, lost time, restricted workdays, and medical treatment) per million working hours (TRIR: Total Recordable Injury Rate).
  9. Executive management designates the managerial positions at senior manager grade or higher.
  10. This includes energy-related GHG emissions and non-energy GHG emissions, such as CO2 emissions caused by flaring of natural gas, etc. (flare dispersal), methane emissions (CO2 equivalent) caused by venting of natural gas, etc. (vent dispersal), and amounts dispersed when CO2 contained in natural gas is separated and removed (dispersal of separated CO2).
  11. GHG emissions including those caused from natural gas produced by INPEX are calculated using the unit calorific values and emission coefficients in accordance with calculation standards stipulated in the Act on the Rational Use of Energy and the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures. In other countries, calculations are carried out in accordance with local laws and regulations and rules for HSE-related data.
  12. GHG emissions also include emissions relating to electric power sold. GHG emissions resulting from electric power purchased are calculated using the adjusted emission coefficients.
  13. “GHG emissions” and “GHG Emissions per Unit” do not include “GHG emissions from use of sold products”
  14. CO2 emissions from natural gas, oil, LPG and condensate sold in Japan are calculated by applying the CO2 emission coefficients to the total quantities sold with the assumption that the entire amounts will be combusted. The unit calorific values and emission coefficients for natural gas (including INPEX natural gas), oil and LPG are calculated using the calculation standards stipulated in the Act on the Rational Use of Energy and the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures.
  15. The amount of total investment in renewable energy disclosed in Japan only. Amounts of our overseas investment are confidential, and thus, not disclosed.
  16. Except for data on the number of employees, we do not include local employees hired at overseas offices run by INPEX.
  17. We do not include the number of local employees hired at overseas offices by INPEX.
  18. The calculation method has been revised beginning with FY2016 data, and certain fixed-term employees equivalent to employees have been included.
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