The third edition of the Oil and gas industry guidance on voluntary sustainability reporting, published in 2015, was jointly produced by IPIECA, the global oil and gas industry association for environmental and social issues, the American Petroleum Institute (API), and the International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (IOGP). The guidance represents industry consensus on the most prevalent issues and indicators for the oil and gas sector, and Chevron played a role in its development.
The guidance includes indicators and reporting elements to help companies report against priority issues. Chevron currently reports on all 34 indicators. In the table below, we signal how we believe our reporting meets the intent of the common reporting elements in the indicator descriptions, and we provide relevant links to our reporting on each indicator.
Performance data can also be found in our 2016 Corporate Responsibility Report.
key to level of reporting
This indicator is not reported.
This is partially reported.
This is fully reported.
|Code||Environmental Indicator||Where will I find it?||Status|
|E1||Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions: report quantity of GHG emissions, including carbon dioxide and methane, from combustion and other processes.||Full|
|E2||Energy use: report total quantity of energy consumed in oil and gas operations or other business activities.||Full|
|E3||Alternative energy sources: report on company research, plans or current initiatives related to alternative or renewable energy sources.||Full|
|E4||Flared gas: report the quantity of hydrocarbon gas flared to the atmosphere from operations.||Full|
|E5||Biodiversity and ecosystem services: report on how the company addresses biodiversity and ecosystem services (BES) aspects to ensure that operational dependencies and potential impacts are appropriately mitigated, associated potential risks are effectively managed and potential opportunities for BES enhancement are identified.||Full|
|E6||Fresh water: report quantity of fresh water withdrawn or consumed by oil and gas operations and summarize actions taken to manage identified risks associated with freshwater use.||Full|
|E7||Discharges to water: report quantities of discharges to a surface water environment from oil and gas operations.||Full|
|E8||Other air emissions: report quantities of emissions to the atmosphere from oil and gas operations.||Full|
|E9||Spills to the environment: describe systems implemented to prevent spills to the environment and quantify spills including details of any significant spills and response measures undertaken.||Full|
|E10||Waste: report quantities of waste from oil and gas operations.||Full|
|E11||Decommissioning: describe the company’s approach to planning and execution of decommissioning activities (includes abatement, demolition, remediation and reclamation).||Full|
|Code||Health and Safety Indicator||Where will I find it?||Status|
|HS1||Workforce participation: describe health and safety management programs and processes to facilitate participation of the workforce at all levels in health and safety dialogues.||Full|
|HS2||Workforce health: describe programs and processes for identifying and addressing significant workforce health issues, especially at the community and country level.||Full|
|HS3||Occupational injury and illness incidents: report health and safety data on workforce injuries or illnesses resulting from occupational incidents.||Full|
|HS4||Product stewardship: describe the company's approach to assessing and communicating product health, safety and environmental risks.||Full|
|HS5||Process safety: report the number and description of Tier 1 and Tier 2 process safety events based on the consequence criteria defined by API Recommended Practice 754—Process Safety Performance Indicators for the Refining and Petrochemical Industries and IOGP’s report entitled Asset Integrity—Key Performance Indicators.||Full|
|Code||Social and Economic Indicator||Where will I find it?||Status|
|SE1||Local community impacts and engagement: describe policies, strategies and procedures for understanding and addressing local community impacts and engaging with affected stakeholders.||Full|
|SE2||Indigenous peoples: describe policies, programs and procedures used for engagement with Indigenous Peoples and for addressing their concerns and expectations.||Full|
|SE3||Involuntary resettlement: describe policies, programs and procedures related to involuntary resettlement.||Full|
|SE4||Social investment: describe strategies, programs and procedures relating to social investment, and their effectiveness.||Full|
|SE5||Local content practices: describe policies, programs and procedures related to local content.||Full|
|SE6||Local hiring practices: describe the company's strategies, programs and procedures to provide employment opportunities to residents or nationals of host countries and communities.||Full|
|SE7||Local procurement and supplier development: describe the company's strategies, programs and procedures to improve the ability of local suppliers and contractors to support operations and carry out projects.||Full|
|SE8||Human rights due diligence: describe the company’s approach to human rights due diligence including supporting processes.||Full|
|SE9||Human rights and suppliers: describe the approach, programs and processes to promote respect for human rights and labor practices by suppliers.||Full|
|SE10||Security and human rights: describe policies, programs and processes related to security and human rights.||Full|
|SE11||Preventing corruption: describe policies, programs and procedures to prevent bribery and corruption, and mechanisms to monitor compliance.||Full|
|SE12||Preventing corruption involving business partners: describe anti-corruption policies and procedures applicable to business partners, including suppliers and contractors.||Full|
|SE13||Transparency of payments to host governments: describe policies and programs for the promotion of revenue transparency.||Full|
|SE14||Public advocacy and lobbying: describe the company's approach to managing public advocacy, lobbying and political contributions.||Full|
|SE15||Workforce diversity and inclusion: describe policies, programs and procedures promoting diversity and inclusion.||Full|
|SE16||Workforce engagement: describe the company’s approach to workforce engagement.||Full|
|SE17||Workforce training and development: describe approach, programs and procedures for providing workforce training and development opportunities.||Full|
|SE18||Non-retaliation and grievance system: describe non-retaliation policy and confidential workforce grievance system.||Full|