Sustaining the Environment

Reducing Carbon Emissions Through Efficient Energy Use and Displacement


Our impact on the environment includes natural gas, emissions, diesel consumption, and commuting, with potential negative impact on people including increased CO2 emissions and fire hazards.

It is undeniable that achieving our targets around reducing GHG emissions and reducing the impact of our operations on the environment requires a coordinated approach. We have therefore implemented various processes to address these issues, such as reducing energy inefficiencies, estimating, and mitigating natural gas emissions, and setting targets for GHG emissions reductions.

Additionally, we carry out surveys to ensure leak-proof facilities and have an emergency response team on standby for reported gas leaks. We have also contributed to carbon sequestration by planting trees in communities where we operate.

To measure progress towards our ESG targets, we request GHG data quarterly and use a GHG emissions framework document. We have engaged with stakeholders to improve processes, such as installing markers with contact details for gas leak emergencies and sensitising stakeholders on risks and precautions. Collaboration with government agencies and having a Right-of-Way (RoW) monitoring team has led to increased public awareness and reduced response time in isolating and stopping gas leaks from third-party encroachment.

Our Energy Data

Total energy consumption within the organisation from renewable sources

Element Joules
Solar 667,807,200
Total 667,807,200

Total fuel consumption within the organisation from non-renewable sources

Element Joules
2022 2021
Gas 92,315,000,000 0% 684,907,000,000
Diesel 3,201,897,650,000 0% 3,782,713,200,600
Petrol 641,488,400,000 0% 911,459,640,000
Total 3,935,701,050,000 0% 5,379,079,840,600

Total electricity consumption

804,806,307,000 Joules 0%

Total energy consumption within the organisation

4,740.5 Gigajoules 0%

Energy consumption outside of the organisation*

4,740.5 Gigajoules 0% *Downstream distribution of our products via CNG trucks to customer locations

Energy intensity based on sales

8,939.6 Joules/SCM Sold 0%

After reviewing our GHG emissions framework/calculation methodology to comply with current worldwide emissions standards and installing an additional facility in one of our organisation's entities, we reset our base year emissions measurement to 2021. Our emissions calculations were conducted using the System of Units (SI) Conversion Factors for General Use (manual) and Axxela 's GHG emissions framework document.

To ensure the latest Global Warming Potential (GWP) emissions amendment was utilised, we obtained GWP values from the IPC fifth assessment (AR5). We track our emissions throughout the year and provide quarterly reports to our board of directors who are the champions of our emissions reduction strategy.

Furthermore, we have implemented procedures to reduce emissions and foster a culture of emissions reduction among our employees to demonstrate our commitment to reducing emissions.

Our Emissions Data

Standards, methodologies, assumptions, and/or calculation tools used for emissions data

Element CO2e
Natural Gas Burned (SCM) 1.93
Natural Gas Emitted (SCM) 22.428
Natural Gas Emitted (KG) 28
Electricity (kWh) 0.43
Diesel (Litre) 2.69
Petrol (Litre) 2.39

Direct (Scope 1) GHG emissions

Element CO2e
2022 2021
Gas 106,743kg 0% 513,779kg
Diesel 420,298kg 0% 422,254kg
Petrol 47,614kg 0% 67,652kg
Total 574,654kgCO2 = 574.65tCO2 0% 1,003,685kgCO2 = 1003.68tCO2

Energy Indirect (Scope 2) GHG emissions

Entity CO2e
2022 2021
GNL 31,316kg 0% 32,467kg
CHGC 3,440kg 0% 9,977kg
Head Office 55,732kg 0% 90,425kg
TGNL 5,642kg 0% 6,759kg
Total 96,130kgCO2 = 96.13tCO2 0% 139,825kgCO2 = 139.8tCO2

Total emissions reduction from 2021


Emissions intensity for 2022

0.68kgCO2/MSCM sold

GHG emissions reductions from our customers switching to natural gas

Displaced CO2e Emission (kg) % Savings
GNL 515,003,215 32.62%
CHGC 52,206,910 33.62%
CEET 150,258,452 30.39%
GNSL 5,644,080 31.93%
TGNL 53,702,751 31.85%
Total (KG) *776,815,408 32.17%
*Over 700,000 Tons of CO2e emissions displaced in 2022

Management of Water Resources & Waste


We utilise water for routine administrative functions such as washing hands, cleaning offices, and other sanitary purposes. The water is sourced from underground water tables via boreholes or from vendors. There is no indication of any water related negative impact from our operations.

While we have no significant negative impact on the environment related to waste management, potential negative impact may arise due to pollution. However, we have implemented measures to manage waste and reduce potential negative impacts on the environment, such as a waste management disposal process, recycling of waste, and proper disposal of waste through government-approved agencies.

Our Waste Data

Volume of Generated Wastes by Type (Tons)

Waste Type Weight (Tons)
2022 2021
E-waste - -
Plastic 0.500859 0.55146
Paper 0.1037 0% 0.0854
Solid 1.001718 0% 0.21154
Others 0.158336 0% 0.116347
Total 1.764613* 0% 0.964747
*The reason for the increase in volume of waste generated is because of increased on-prem resumption, increased employee size, and increased projects.

Conservation of Biodiversity


We take necessary measures to protect the environment and minimise our impact on the ecosystem during our operations. This is achieved through various environmental impact studies, including environmental impact and social assessments during the planning phase of new projects, environmental impact monitoring during the construction phase, and finally environmental audits and scheduled environmental compliance monitoring during the operational phase. These assessments are conducted by independent environmental consultants under relevant statutory requirements and international best practices.

Our facilities are not located in protected areas, and our operations do not have any additional adverse effects on biodiversity and our activities do not contribute to atmospheric pollutions, introduce new invasive species or pests, reduce species, or change ecological processes outside the natural range of variation.

We consider various forms of biodiversity in our proposed project areas during environmental and social impact assessments. An environmental action plan is implemented to mitigate the impact on species listed on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) red list.