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About Statoil - Statoil ASA is a major integrated oil and gas company headquartered in Stavanger, Norway. The company is the leading producer and marketer of oil and gas from Norwegian fields and operates eight fields in the North Sea as well as 20 offshore and onshore installations. A publicly traded company, Statoil (www.statoil.com) is one of the world's largest net sellers of crude oil and a major supplier of gas to Europe. The company is active in about 25 countries worldwide and has assets in attractive petroleum provinces. With revenues of US$15 billion, Statoil employs about 17,000 people worldwide. Statoil is a retail brand in Scandinavia, the Baltics, Poland and Ireland.

Ticker: STL ISIN: NO0010096985
Address: Forusbeen 50 , Norway , Stavanger , , 4035 Website: StatoilHydro ASA
Phone #: 47 51 99 00 00 CSR Web Area: SUBSCRIPTION INFO

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StatoilHydro ASA 63 57 69 65 62
Oil and Gas Extraction
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All company average 55 55 56 58 52
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Rankings are in percentile terms, compared to other companies in the same industry and country Overall Community Employees Environment Governance
StatoilHydro ASA 88% 58% 88% 73% 80%
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Special Issues: Fracking Involved

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StatoilHydro ASA
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All company average 53 54 55 58 55 55
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All company average 57 58 57 50 55 51
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Community Dev & Philantrophy Product Human Rights & Supply Chain Compensation & Benefits Diversity & Labor Rights Training, Health & Safety
StatoilHydro ASA 86% 38% 50% 81% 91% 88%
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Energy & Climate Change Environment Policy & Reporting Resource Management Board Leadership Ethics Transparency & Reporting
StatoilHydro ASA 79% 72% 75% 80% 74% 89%
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Fracking Involved
# of Sources 4
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Overall database 58 0.6
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Brand Value / Enterprise Value (%) -48.164682123 0.0764 316.6056 NA
Brand Value 2012 2795.8576 NA
BSI 50 67.4822 88.4717 NA
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Enterprise Value NA 41961.545 NA NA
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Brand Value 2013 11.095 6566.9456 67875.2014 NA
BSI 50 69.4029 89.6275 NA
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Brand Rating 2013 BBB AA+ AAA+ NA
Enterprise Value 2013 0 71540.6725 435750.9811
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Brand Value 2014 10 6255.0377 87304 A brand strength is assessed by using our Brand Strength Index framework. This benchmarks the strength, risk and future potential of a brand relative to its competitors by assessing input measures, brand equity measures, and output performance across four
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0. Further Information NA Oil and gas module has been completed. Statoil's answer to the CDP questionnaire includes forward-looking statements which are by their nature, subject to significant risks and uncertainties because they relate to events and depend on circumstances that NA NA
0.1. Introduction - Please give a general description and introduction to your organization. NA Statoil is an international energy company with operations in 41 countries and more than 35 years of experience from oil and gas production on the Norwegian continental shelf. We are headquartered in Norway with 21,330 employees worldwide, and are listed NA NA
5.1e Identified climate change risks driven by changes in other climate-related developments? NA Yes NA NA
5.1f. Please describe (i) the potential financial implications of the risk before taking action; (ii) the methods you are using to manage this risk; (iii) the costs associated with these actions NA O1: Reputation risk (i) potential financial implications: The potential financial implications of the risk prior to taking actions are difficult to quantify. Poor reputation could lead to project delays, additional costs and operational risks. Trust fro NA NA
5.1g. Please explain why you do not consider your company to be exposed to risks driven by changes in regulation that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure NA NA NA NA
5.1h. Please explain why you do not consider your company to be exposed to risks driven by physical climate parameters that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure NA NA NA NA
5.1i. Please explain why you do not consider your company to be exposed to risks driven by changes in other climate-related developments that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure NA NA NA NA
6. Attachments NA NA NA NA
6. Further Information NA NA NA NA
6.1. Have you identified any climate change opportunities (current or future) that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure? Tick all that apply NA Opportunities driven by changes in regulation; Opportunities driven by changes in physical climate parameters; Opportunities driven by changes in other climate-related developments NA NA
6.1a Identified climate change opportunities that are driven by changes in regulation? NA Yes NA NA
6.1b. Please describe (i) the potential financial implications of the opportunity; (ii) the methods you are using to manage this opportunity; (iii) the costs associated with these actions NA Climate change legislation is expected to offer some opportunities to Statoil. The two main opportunities for Statoil will be (i) a level playing field since we are today one of the most CO2 exposed company in the world and (ii) an increase in demand f NA NA
6.1c Identified climate change opportunities that are driven by changes in physical climate parameters? NA Yes NA NA
14. Attachments NA NA NA NA
6.1d. Please describe (i) the potential financial implications of the opportunity; (ii) the methods you are using to manage this opportunity; (iii) the costs associated with these actions NA Arctic hydrocarbon resources are already being actively explored for, developed and produced. Greater activity is almost inevitable, especially if we expect the demand for energy to increase. We aim to do everything possible to ensure that Arctic operati NA NA
6.1e Identified opportunities that are driven by changes in other climate-related developments? NA Yes NA NA
6.1f. Please describe (i) the potential financial implications of the opportunity; (ii) the methods you are using to manage this opportunity; (iii) the costs associated with these actions NA (i) potential financial opportunities include increased of our natural gas sales volumes worldwilde and also the development of a profitable business for renewable energies. (ii) the methods you are using to manage this opportunity: - making the cas NA NA
13. Attachments NA NA NA NA
11. Attachments NA NA NA NA
11. Further Information NA NA NA NA
11.1. Do you consider that the grid average factors used to report Scope 2 emissions in Question 8.3 reflect the contractual arrangements you have with electricity suppliers? NA Yes NA NA
11.1a. You may report a total contractual Scope 2 figure in response to this question. Please provide your total global contractual Scope 2 GHG emissions figure in metric tonnes CO2e 0 NA 17902000 NA
11.2. Has your organization retired any certificates, e.g. Renewable Energy Certificates, associated with zero or low carbon electricity within the reporting year or has this been done on your behalf? NA No NA NA
3.1e. Please explain (i) why not; and (ii) forecast how your emissions will change over the next five years NA NA NA NA
3.2. Does the use of your goods and/or services directly enable GHG emissions to be avoided by a third party? No Yes Yes NA
3.2a. Please provide details (see guidance) NA Export of Norwegian gas is a key contributor to reducing the use of coal-fired power in Europe. Assuming that 75 % of the gas exported from Norway replaces coal in electricity generation, today's deliveries of 100 billion cubic metres per year could avoid NA NA
3.3c Number of methods used to drive investment in emissions reduction activities. 0 6 12 NA
3.3c. What methods do you use to drive investment in emissions reduction activities? NA Compliance with regulatory requirements/standards, Compliance with regulatory requirements/standards, Dedicated budget for low carbon product R&D, Internal price of carbon, Marginal abatement cost curve, Partnering with governments on technology developme NA NA
5. Attachments NA NA NA NA
5. Further Information NA NA NA NA
5.1. Have you identified any climate change risks (current or future) that have potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure? Tick all that apply NA Risks driven by changes in regulation; Risks driven by changes in physical climate parameters; Risks driven by changes in other climate-related developments NA NA
5.1a Identified risks driven by changes in regulation? NA NA NA NA
5.1b. Please describe (i) the potential financial implications of the risk before taking action; (ii) the methods you are using to manage this risk; and (iii) the costs associated with these actions NA i) potential financial implications of the risks before taking action: (this applies for all of the risk mentioned above) We operate in approximately 40 countries around the world, and any of these countries could modify its tax laws/ climate legislati NA NA
14. Further Information NA Regarding question 14.1 a: - No free of charge allowances allocated by the Norwegian authorities, - The gap between purchased quotas and verified emissions was covered by quota surplus from 2010. NA NA
1.1. Where is the highest level of direct responsibility for climate change within your company? No individual or committee with overall responsibility for climate change Individual/Sub-set of the Board or other committee appointed by the Board Individual/Sub-set of the Board or other committee appointed by the Board NA
1.1a. Please identify the position of the individual or name of the committee with this responsibility NA There has been growing recognition in recent years that sustainability risks can significantly affect the future of the company. As a result, our Board of Directors decided in 2010 to establish a new committee dedicated to HSE (including climate), ethics NA NA
1.2. Do you provide incentives for the management of climate change issues, including the attainment of targets? No Yes Yes NA
13. Further Information NA NA NA NA
13.1. How do your absolute emissions (Scope 1 and 2 combined) for the reporting year compare to the previous year? Increased Increased Decreased NA
13.1a (i) If absolute emissions (Scope 1 and 2 combined) have increased, decreased or remained the same overall compared to the previous year, state direction of change NA Slightly Increased NA NA
13.1a (ii) If absolute emissions (Scope 1 and 2 combined) have increased, decreased or remained the same overall compared to the previous year, state the reason for the direction of change NA Increase: Other NA NA
13.1a (iii) If emissions have increased, decreased or remained the same overall, provide the emissions value (%) NA Decrease: , Increase: , Emission value for which direction is not stated: NA NA
2012 Score 0 75 100 NA
2012 Performance Band E C A NA
2.3a. Please explain (i) the engagement process and (ii) actions you are advocating NA The engagement process is the responsibility of the corporate climate team in coordination with the the Governmental and Public Affairs team. We engage directly with governments, with the European Union and international organisations (UNFCCC; World Bank) NA NA
8.8. Are carbon dioxide emissions from the combustion of biologically sequestered carbon (i.e. carbon dioxide emissions from burning biomass/biofuels) relevant to your company? No No Yes NA
8.8a. Please provide the emissions in metric tonnes CO2e 0.01 NA 27263000 NA
Management 4. Attachments NA https://www.cdproject.net/Sites/2012/32/23132/Investor CDP 2012/Shared Documents/Attachments/InvestorCDP2012/4.Communication/statoil_annual_report_11_environmentalposters.pdf NA NA
Management 4. Have you published information about your company’s response to climate change and GHG emissions performance for this reporting year in other places than in your CDP response? NA 7 NA NA
5.1d. Please describe (i) the potential financial implications of the risk before taking action; (ii) the methods you are using to manage this risk; and (iii) the costs associated with these actions NA Replies relevant for P1 and P2 (i) Statoil's portfolio is global and geographically diverse with both onshore and offshore production facilities. The diversity of our portfolio means different risks will affect individual locations, in different ways an NA NA
2. Attachments NA NA NA NA
2. Further Information NA Regarding question 2.1 Statoil book: http://www.statoil.com/en/About/TheStatoilBook/Downloads/The%20Statoil%20book.pdf Statoil risks evaluation: http://www.statoil.com/AnnualReport2011/en/RiskReview/RiskFactors/Pages/RisksRelatedToOurBusiness.aspx NA NA
5.1c Identified climate change risks driven by change in physical climate parameters? NA Yes NA NA
2.1. Please select the option that best describes your risk management procedures with regard to climate change risks and opportunities NA Integrated into multi-disciplinary company wide risk management processes NA NA
2.1a. Please provide further details (see guidance) NA The management of climate change related risks and opportunities follows the same process applicable to managing other risks to achieving Statoil's business objectives. Risk assessment at company level: We have an enterprise-wide risk management approa NA NA
2.2. Is climate change integrated into your business strategy? No Yes Yes NA
2.2a. Please describe the process and outcomes (see guidance) NA How the business strategy has been influenced? Meeting growing energy needs, while at the same time reducing carbon dioxide emissions and environmental impacts, is one of the world's greatest challenges today. As an international energy company, Statoil h NA NA
2.2b. Please explain why not NA NA NA NA
2.3. Do you engage with policy makers to encourage further action on mitigation and/or adaptation? No Yes Yes NA
3. Attachments NA NA NA NA
3. Further Information NA Comments on question 3.3a : 6 main groups of carbon reduction projects: Konkraft measures; oil sand technology plan; CCS projects; flaring reduction projects; energy efficiency projects outside of the Norwegian Continental Shelf; electrification Artic NA NA
3.1. Did you have an emissions reduction target that was active (ongoing or reached completion) in the reporting year? No Absolute and intensity targets Absolute and intensity targets NA
14.1. Do you participate in any emission trading schemes? No, and we do not currently anticipate doing so in the next two years Yes Yes NA
14.2. Has your company originated any project-based carbon credits or purchased any within the reporting period? No Yes Yes NA
6.1g. Please explain why you do not consider your company to be exposed to opportunities driven by changes in regulation that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure NA NA NA NA
6.1h. Please explain why you do not consider your company to be exposed to opportunities driven by physical climate parameters that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure NA NA NA NA
6.1i. Please explain why you do not consider your company to be exposed to opportunities driven by changes in other climate-related developments that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure NA NA NA NA
7. Attachments NA https://www.cdproject.net/Sites/2012/32/23132/Investor CDP 2012/Shared Documents/Attachments/InvestorCDP2012/7.EmissionsMethodology/CH4_CO2faktorerStatoil.xls NA NA
7. Further Information NA Questions 7.4 Emissions factors under the EU ETS is based on carbon content. So Fuel and flare gas is changing according to carbon content of fuel and flared gas. This represents more than 65% of our total emissions. The emission factor for diesel/g NA NA
7.1. Please provide your base year and base year emissions (Scopes 1 and 2) NA NA NA NA
0.4. Currency selection Please select the currency in which you would like to submit your response. All financial information contained in the response should be in this currency. NA NOK NA NA
1. Attachments NA NA NA NA
1. Further Information NA NA NA NA
8.7. Please indicate the verification/assurance status that applies to your Scope 2 emissions More than 0% but less than or equal to 20% NA More than 90% but less than or equal to 100% NA
11.1b. Explain the basis of the alternative figure (see guidance) NA NA
14.1b. What is your strategy for complying with the schemes in which you participate or anticipate participating? Our first objective is to ensure that we are in compliance with the schemes in which we participate, and in addition transaction cost is minimised. Statoil operates facilities which are subject to Norwegian and European climate legislation. The company mu NA
8.1. Please select the boundary you are using for your Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas inventory NA NA NA NA
8.2a. Please provide your gross global Scope 1 emissions figure in metric tonnes CO2e 92 NA 231902967 NA
8.3a. Please provide your gross global Scope 2 emissions figure in metric tonnes CO2e 293 NA 8071070 NA
8.4. Are there are any sources (e.g. facilities, specific GHGs, activities, geographies, etc.) of Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions which are not included in your disclosure? NA Yes NA NA
8.6. Please indicate the verification/assurance status that applies to your Scope 1 emissions More than 0% but less than or equal to 20% NA More than 90% but less than or equal to 100% NA
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8.7. Please indicate the verification/assurance status that applies to your Scope 2 emissions No third party verification or assurance Proportion of Scope 2 emissions that are verified/assured for 2011-2012/01 Jan 2012 - 31 Dec 2012 reporting period
8.7a. Please indicate the proportion of your Scope 2 emissions that are verified/assured More than 0% but less than or equal to 20% NA More than 90% but less than or equal to 100%
8.7b Reporting Period From/To/Please provide further details of the verification/assurance undertaken, and attach the relevant statements/Type of verification or assurance/Relevant standard/Attach the document No Response
8.8. Are carbon dioxide emissions from biologically sequestered carbon relevant to your organization? No
8.8a. Please provide the emissions in metric tonnes CO2 NA
8.8a. Please provide the emissions in metric tonnes CO2e 0.05 NA 13638000
9.1. Do you have Scope 1 emissions sources in more than one country? Yes
9.1a Reporting Period From/To/Please complete the table below: Country/Region/Scope 1 metric tonnes CO2e 1 Jan 2012/31 Dec 2012/Norway/13579677
9.2. Please indicate which other Scope 1 emissions breakdowns you are able to provide (tick all that apply) NA By business division; By GHG type NA
9.2a Reporting Period From/To/Please break down your total gross global Scope 1 emissions by business division: Business division/Scope 1 emissions (metric tonnes CO2e) 1 Jan 2012/31 Dec 2012/DPN/9558288
9.2b Reporting Period From/To/Please break down your total gross global Scope 1 emissions by facility: Facility/Scope 1 emissions (metric tonnes CO2e) No Response
9.2c Reporting Period From/To/Please break down your total gross global Scope 1 emissions by GHG type: GHG type/Scope 1 emissions (metric tonnes CO2e) 1 Jan 2012/31 Dec 2012/CO2/14639796
9.2d Reporting Period From/To/Please break down your total gross global Scope 1 emissions by activity: Activity/Scope 1 emissions (metric tonnes CO2e) No Response
9.2e Reporting Period From/To/Please break down your total gross global Scope 1 emissions by legal structure: Legal structure/Scope 1 emissions (metric tonnes CO2e) No Response
0.3. Country list configuration Germany
0.4. Currency selection Please select the currency in which you would like to submit your response. All financial information contained in the response should be in this currency. NOK
0.4. Please select the currency in which you would like to submit your response. NOK
0.5. Please select if you wish to complete a shorter information request. NA
0.6. Modules NA As part of the Investor CDP information request, electric utilities, companies with electric utility activities or assets, companies in the automobile or auto component manufacture sectors and companies in the oil and gas industry should complete suppleme
1. Attachments NA NA NA
1. Further Information NA NA NA
1.1. Where is the highest level of direct responsibility for climate change within your company? No individual or committee with overall responsibility for climate change Individual/Sub-set of the Board or other committee appointed by the Board Individual/Sub-set of the Board or other committee appointed by the Board
1.1a. Please identify the position of the individual or name of the committee with this responsibility NA There has been a growing recognition in recent years that sustainability risks can significantly affect the future of the company. A separate HSE and ethics committee was established to assist the board in matters relating to safety, ethics and sustainabi NA
1.2. Do you provide incentives for the management of climate change issues, including the attainment of targets? No Yes Yes
1.2a. Who is entitled to benefit from these incentives? Chief Executive Officer (CEO)/Monetary reward/Statoil has a climate KPI (CO2 intensity ) on the scorecard of the CEO.
10.1. Do you have Scope 2 emissions sources in more than one country? Yes
10.1a Reporting Period: From/To/Please complete the table below: Country/Region/Scope 2 metric tonnes CO2e/Purchased and consumed electricity, heat, steam or cooling (MWh)/Purchased and consumed low carbon electricity, heat, steam or cooling (MWh) 1 Jan 2012/31 Dec 2012/Canada/71321/180728/0
10.2. Please indicate which other Scope 2 emissions breakdowns you are able to provide (tick all that apply) NA By business division NA
10.2a Reporting Period From/To/Please break down your total gross global Scope 2 emissions by business division: Business division/Scope 2 emissions (metric tonnes CO2e) 1 Jan 2012/31 Dec 2012/DPN/3564
10.2b Reporting Period From/To/Please break down your total gross global Scope 2 emissions by facility: Facility/Scope 2 emissions (metric tonnes CO2e) No Response
10.2c Reporting Period: From/To/Please break down your total gross global Scope 2 emissions by activity: Activity/Scope 2 emissions (metric tonnes CO2e) No Response
10.2d Reporting Period: From/To/Please break down your total gross global Scope 2 emissions by legal structure: Legal structure/Scope 2 emissions (metric tonnes CO2e) No Response
11. Attachments NA NA NA
11. Further Information NA NA NA
11.1. What percentage of your total operational spend in the reporting year was on energy? More than 0% but less than or equal to 5% More than 0% but less than or equal to 5% More than 95% but less than or equal to 100%
11.2. Please state how much fuel, electricity, heat, steam, and cooling in MWh your organization has purchased and consumed during the reporting year: Energy type/MWh Fuel/63309932;Electricity/4037923;Heat/203705;Steam/0;Cooling/165
11.3. Please complete the table by breaking down the total "Fuel" figure entered above by fuel type: Fuels/MWh Natural gas/43560225
11.4. Please provide details of the electricity, heat, steam or cooling amounts that were accounted at a low carbon emission factor: Basis for applying a low carbon emission factor/MWh associated with low carbon electricity, heat, steam or cooling No purchases or generation of low carbon electricity, heat, steam or cooling/0
12. Attachments https://www.cdproject.net/sites/2013/32/23132/Investor CDP 2013/Shared Documents/Attachments/InvestorCDP2013/12.EmissionsPerformance/Statoil Annual Report Profit and Loss.pdf
12. Further Information 2011 Scope 1 Emissions = 14 650 164 tonnes CO2eq2011 Scope 2 Emissions = 462 838 tonnes CO2eq2011 Scope 1 + 2 Emissions = 15 113 002 tonnes CO2eq2012 Scope 1 Emissions = 15 362 600 tonnes CO2eq2012 Scope 2 Emissions = 409 444 tonnes CO2eq2012 Scope 1 + 2
12.1. How do your absolute emissions (Scope 1 and 2 combined) for the reporting year compare to the previous year? Increased
12.1a Reason of change Emissions reduction activities, Divestment, Acquisitions, Mergers, Change in output, Change in methodology, Change in boundary, Change in physical operating conditions, Unidentified, Other
12.1a. Reason: Emissions value (percentage) Emissions reduction activities: 0.15/Acquisitions: 2.99/Change in output: 1.8/Change in boundary: 0.28/
12.2. Please describe your gross combined Scope 1 and 2 emissions for the reporting year in metric tonnes CO2e per revenue: Intensity figure/Metric numerator/% change from previous year/Direction of change from previous year/Reason for change 0.0
12.3. Please describe your gross combined Scope 1 and 2 emissions for the reporting year in metric tonnes CO2e per FTE: Intensity figure/Metric numerator/% change from previous year/Direction of change from previous year/Reason for change 684.9/metric tonnes CO2e/33/Increase/Reason: Statoil Fuel and Retail sold out mid-year, decreasing FTE Employee 2012 Intensity = Scope 1 + 2 Emissions / work hours = 15 772 044 tonnes CO2eq / 23 028 FTE = 684.9 tonnes CO2eq / FTE Attachment: Statoil Ann
12.4. Please provide an additional intensity (normalized) metric that is appropriate to your business operations: Intensity figure/Metric numerator/% change from previous year/Direction of change from previous year/Reason for change 9.5/metric tonnes CO2e/6.2/Increase/ONLY UPTREAMS OPERATIONS!!! Statoil increased its carbon intensity in 2012 for the following main reasons: - Maturing of Conventional Oil and Gas and part of Heavy Oil (similar/decreasing production while same CO2 emiss
13.1. Do you participate in any emissions trading schemes? Yes
13.1b. What is your strategy for complying with the schemes in which you participate or anticipate participating? Our first objective is to ensure that we are in compliance with the schemes in which we participate, and in addition transaction cost is minimised. Statoil operates facilities which are subject to Norwegian and European climate legislation. The company mu
13.2. Has your company originated any project-based carbon credits or purchased any within the reporting period? Yes
14. Attachments NA NA NA
14. Further Information NA The table above gives the volume delivered in 2012 and paid for from the three carbon funds Statoil is involved, and volume of sCERs purchased bilaterally and sCERs purchased at Exchanges. For none of these investments it has been possible to identify whi NA
14.1. Do you participate in any emission trading schemes? No, and we do not currently anticipate doing so in the next two years Yes Yes
14.1b. What is your strategy for complying with the schemes in which you participate or anticipate participating? Our first objective is to ensure that we are in compliance with the schemes in which we participate, and in addition transaction cost is minimised. Statoil operates facilities which are subject to Norwegian and European climate legislation. The company mu
14.2. Has your company originated any project-based carbon credits or purchased any within the reporting period? No Yes Yes
14.2. Please indicate the verification/assurance status that applies to your Scope 3 emissions No third party verification or assurance
14.2a. Please indicate the proportion of your Scope 3 emissions that are verified/assured NA
14.3. Are you able to compare your Scope 3 emissions for the reporting year with those for the previous year for any sources? Yes
14.4. Do you engage with any of the elements of your value chain on GHG emissions and climate change strategies? (Tick all that apply) Yes, our customers; Yes, other partners in the value chain
14.4a. Please give details of methods of engagement, your strategy for prioritizing engagements and measures of success - Consumers / Advertisement: Promoting gas as cleaner fuels with campaigns in UK, Germany and US for industrial and households purposes - Governments / Events - Task Forces: Active on the European Union discussions panels related to the EU ETS, carbon tax
14.4d. Please explain why not and any plans you have to develop an engagement strategy in the future NA
2. Attachments NA https://www.cdproject.net/sites/2013/32/23132/Investor CDP 2013/Shared Documents/Attachments/InvestorCDP2013/2.Strategy/StatoilBook Risk policy.pdf NA
2. Further Information NA Regarding question 2.1: Statoil book: evaluation: See StatoilBook Risk policy Statoil risk evaluation : Risk review Statoil's corporate position on climate policy: Corporate climate position Rergarding question 2.3 a: Our direct engagement on climate NA
2.1. Please select the option that best describes your risk management procedures with regard to climate change risks and opportunities NA Integrated into multi-disciplinary company wide risk management processes NA
2.1a. Please provide further details The management of climate change related risks and opportunities follows the same process applicable to managing other risks to achieving Statoil's business objectives. Risk assessment at company level: We have an enterprise-wide risk management approach
2.1a. Please provide further details (see guidance) NA The management of climate change related risks and opportunities follows the same process applicable to managing other risks to achieving Statoil's business objectives. Risk assessment at company level: We have an enterprise-wide risk management approach NA
2.2. Is climate change integrated into your business strategy? No Yes Yes
2.2a. Please describe the process and outcomes How the business strategy has been influenced? Meeting growing energy needs, while at the same time reducing carbon dioxide emissions and environmental impacts, is one of the world's greatest challenges today. As an international energy company, Statoil h
2.2a. Please describe the process and outcomes (see guidance) NA How the business strategy has been influenced? Meeting growing energy needs, while at the same time reducing carbon dioxide emissions and environmental impacts, is one of the world's greatest challenges today. As an international energy company, Statoil h NA
2.2b. Please explain why not NA NA NA
2.3. Do you engage in activities that could either directly or indirectly influence policy on climate change through any of the following? (tick all that apply) Yes
2.3. Do you engage with policy makers to encourage further action on mitigation and/or adaptation? No Yes Yes
2.3a. On what issues have you been engaging directly?: Focus of legislation/Corporate Position/Details of engagement/Proposed solution Cap and trade/Support/Submission of Statoil position paper, contributing to position papers from IETA, OGP and Business Europe. Office in Brussels are meeting with policy makers on a regular basis/Supporting strengthening of EU ETS through backloading and
2.3a. Please explain (i) the engagement process and (ii) actions you are advocating NA Submission of Statoil position paper, contributing to position papers from IETA, OGP and Business Europe. Office in Brussels are meeting with policy makers on a regular basis, In steering committee of the International Emission Trading Associations B-PMR, NA
2.3b. Are you on the Board of any trade associations or provide funding beyond membership? Yes
2.3c. Please enter the details of those trade associations that are likely to take a position on climate change legislation/Trade association American Petroleum Institute/Mixed/In favour of industry developed standards to reduce emission reductions. Less in favour of federal climate regulations and legislation in the US/Statoil is relatively small company in the US and is usually not in a posit
2.3d. Do you publically disclose a list of all the research organizations that you fund? Yes
2.3e. Do you fund any research organizations to produce public work on climate change? Yes
2.3f. Please describe the work and how it aligns with your own strategy on climate change In November 2012 Statoil's CEO approved Statoil's corporate climate positions. These positions are a key part of Statoil's climate strategy.The engagement process on climate positions, applying the corporate principles, is the responsibility of the corpor
2.3g. Please provide details of the other engagement activities that you undertake NA
2.3h. What processes do you have in place to ensure that all of your direct and indirect activities that influence policy are consistent with your overall climate change strategy? All Statoil employees are using the corporate climate positions as a basis when being in dialogue with industry organizations, policy makers, media and other stakeholders. Besides, the corporate sustainability unit has frequent meetings with with the Gove
2.3i. Please explain why you do not engage with policy makers NA
3. Attachments NA https://www.cdproject.net/sites/2013/32/23132/Investor CDP 2013/Shared Documents/Attachments/InvestorCDP2013/3.TargetsandInitiatives/Historical NCS CO2 reduction efforts.pdf NA
3. Further Information NA NA NA
3.1. Did you have an emissions reduction target that was active (ongoing or reached completion) in the reporting year? No Absolute and intensity targets Absolute and intensity targets
3.1a. Absolute target/ID/Scope/% of emissions in scope/% reduction from base year/Base year/Base year emissions (metric tonnes CO2e)/Target year/Comment DPN1/Scope 1/58.25/9.02/2007/8867712/2020/Type of Target = Absolute / Scope I / Only CO2 / Only offshore / Only Norway Background: Statoil is committed to contributing to the overall Norwegian industry goal of achieving improved energy efficiency equiva
3.1b. Intensity target/ID/Scope/% of emissions in scope/% reduction from base year/Metric/Base year/Normalized base year emissions/Target year/Comment DPNA1/Scope 1/2.5/25/metric tonnes CO2e per barrel of oil equivalent (BOE)/2012/332163/2020/Type of Target = Relative / Scope I / Only CO2 / Only onshore / Only Canada Intensity 2012 = 55.6 kg / boe (diluted bitumen) Reduction target = 10 % Opportunities
3.1c. What change in absolute emissions this intensity target reflects/ID/Direction of change anticipated in absolute Scope 1+2 emissions at target completion?/% change anticipated in absolute Scope 1+2 emissions DPNA1/Increase//Increase//Taking into account target = 25% Increase in absolute Scope 1 because increase production towards 2020 (Hydrocarbons) Increase in absolute Scope 3 because increase production towards 2020 (Hydrocarbons)
3.1d. Please provide details on your progress against this target made in the reporting year/ID/% complete (time)/% complete (emissions)/Comment DPN1/8.3/2.24/% Complete time = 100*1/(2020-2008) = 8.333 % % Complete emissions = 100* 17880 / 800 000 = 2.235 % Accumulated reductions till 4Q2012: 537 880 tonnes CO2 reduced
3.1e. Please explain (i) why not; and (ii) forecast how your emissions will change over the next five years NA NA NA
3.2. Does the use of your goods and/or services directly enable GHG emissions to be avoided by a third party? No Yes Yes
3.2a. Please provide details (see guidance) NA 1) Fuel switch: Exporting Gas to Europe i) Explanation: Export of Norwegian gas is a key contributor to reducing the use of coal-fired power in Europe. ii) Estimate: 230 million tonnes of CO2 emissions iii) Assumptions: Assuming that 75 % of the gas exp NA
3.3. Did you have emissions reduction initiatives that were active within the reporting year (this can include those in the planning and/or implementation phases) No Yes Yes
3.3a. Please identify the total number of projects at each stage of development, and for those in theimplementation stages, the estimated CO2e savings/Stage of development/3.3a. Number of projects/Total estimated annual CO2e savings in metric tonnes CO2e Under investigation/28/124800
3.3c Number of methods used to drive investment in emissions reduction activities. 0 11 13 Number of methods used to drive investment in emissions reduction activities.
3.3c. What methods do you use to drive investment in emissions reduction activities? NA Compliance with regulatory requirements/standards, Dedicated budget for energy efficiency, Dedicated budget for low carbon product R&D, Dedicated budget for other emissions reduction activities, Employee engagement, Internal price of carbon, Internal ince NA
3.3c. What methods do you use to drive investment in emissions reduction activities?/Comment Compliance with regulatory requirements/standards/Minimum requirements for energy efficiency, non- production flaring or evaluation requirements for CO2 reduction projects are included with our corporate technical requirements/ corporate policies. Not res
4. Attachments NA
4. Have you published information about your company’s response to climate change and GHG emissions performance for this reporting year in other places than in your CDP response? - Further Information NA
4.1. Have you published information about your company’s response to climate change and GHG emissions performance for this reporting year in other places than in your CDP response? 4 The number of corporate annual reports and voluntary publications (complete and/or underway) made about the company’s response to climate change and GHG emissions performance
5. Attachments NA https://www.cdproject.net/sites/2013/32/23132/Investor CDP 2013/Shared Documents/Attachments/InvestorCDP2013/5.ClimateChangeRisks/2020targets.pdf NA
5. Further Information NA Statoil's public carbon performance targets for 2020: NA
5.1. Have you identified any climate change risks (current or future) that have potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure? Tick all that apply NA Risks driven by changes in regulation; Risks driven by changes in physical climate parameters; Risks driven by changes in other climate-related developments NA
5.1a. Climate change risks driven by changes in regulation Yes
5.1a. Please describe your risks driven by changes in regulation /ID/Risk driver/ Description/Potential impact/Timeframe/Direct/Indirect/Likelihood/Magnitude of impact R1/International agreements/International climate negotiations: Policies and initiatives at international level to address climate change are likely to affect business conditions and demand for our products in the medium to long term./Increased operation
5.1b. Please describe (i) the potential financial implications of the risk before taking action; (ii) the methods you are using to manage this risk and (iii) the costs associated with these actions i) potential financial implications of the risks before taking action: (this applies for all of the risk mentioned above) We operate in approximately 35 countries around the world, and any of these countries could modify its tax laws/ climate legislation
5.1c. Climate change risks driven by change in physical climate parameters Yes
5.1c. Please describe your risks that are driven by change in physical climate parameters/ID/Risk driver/Description/Potential impact/Timeframe/Direct/Indirect/Likelihood/Magnitude of impact P1/Change in precipitation extremes and droughts/Development of extreme weather patterns that affect operations and have specific impacts on water availability which could represent an increased challenge for our onshore activities in the US for example/R
5.1d. Please describe (i) the potential financial implications of the risk before taking action; (ii) the methods you are using to manage this risk; and (iii) the costs associated with these actions NA Replies relevant for P1 and P2 (i) Statoil's portfolio is global and geographically diverse with both onshore and offshore production facilities. The diversity of our portfolio means different risks will affect individual locations, in different ways and NA
5.1e. Please describe your risks that are driven by changes in other climate-related developments/ID/Risk driver/Description/Potential impact/Timeframe/Direct/Indirect/Likelihood/Magnitude of impact VZR4a/Change in precipitation pattern/Increased precipitation present an increased risk of flooding to low lying facilities and infrastructure Decreased precipitation could generate drought conditions which increases the risk of wildfires./Other: Damaged
5.1e.Climate change risks driven by changes in other climate-related developments Yes
5.1f. Please describe (i) the potential financial implications of the risk before taking action; (ii) the methods you are using to manage this risk; (iii) the costs associated with these actions NA Q1: Reputation risk (i) potential financial implications: The potential financial implications of the risk prior to taking actions are difficult to quantify. Poor reputation could lead to project delays, additional costs and operational risks. Trust from NA
5.1g. Please explain why you do not consider your company to be exposed to risks driven by changes in regulation that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure NA NA NA
5.1h. Please explain why you do not consider your company to be exposed to risks driven by physical climate parameters that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure NA NA NA
5.1i. Please explain why you do not consider your company to be exposed to risks driven by changes in other climate-related developments that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure NA NA NA
6. Attachments NA NA NA
6. Further Information NA NA NA
6.1. Have you identified any climate change opportunities (current or future) that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure? Tick all that apply NA Opportunities driven by changes in regulation; Opportunities driven by changes in physical climate parameters; Opportunities driven by changes in other climate-related developments NA
6.1. Have you identified any climate change opportunities (current or future) that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure? -Transparency Yes
6.1a Identified climate change opportunities that are driven by changes in regulation? NA Yes NA
6.1a. Please describe your opportunities that are driven by changes in regulation/ID/Opportunity driver/Description/Potential impact/Timeframe/Direct/Indirect/Likelihood/Magnitude of impact No Response
6.1b. Please describe (i) the potential financial implications of the opportunity; (ii) the methods you are using to manage this opportunity and (iii) the costs associated with these actions Climate change legislation is expected to offer some opportunities to Statoil. The two main opportunities for Statoil will be (i) a level playing field since we are today one of the most CO2 exposed company in the world and (ii) an increase in demand for
6.1c. Please describe the opportunities that are driven by changes in physical climate parameters Yes
6.1d. Please describe (i) the potential financial implications of the opportunity; (ii) the methods you are using to manage this opportunity and (iii) the costs associated with these actions Arctic hydrocarbon resources are already being actively explored for, developed and produced. Greater activity is almost inevitable, especially if we expect the demand for energy to increase. We aim to do everything possible to ensure that Arctic operatio
6.1e. Please describe the opportunities that are driven by changes in other climate-related developments Yes
6.1f. Please describe (i) the potential financial implications of the opportunity; (ii) the methods you are using to manage this opportunity; (iii) the costs associated with these actions NA Please describe (i) the potential financial implications of the opportunity; (ii) the methods you are using to manage this opportunity; (iii) the costs associated with these actions(i) potential financial opportunities include increased of our natural gas NA
6.1g. Please explain why you do not consider your company to be exposed to opportunities driven by changes in regulation that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure NA NA NA
6.1h. Please explain why you do not consider your company to be exposed to opportunities driven by physical climate parameters that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure NA NA NA
6.1i. Please explain why you do not consider your company to be exposed to opportunities driven by changes in other climate-related developments that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operations, revenue or expenditure NA NA NA
7. Attachments NA NA NA
7. Further Information NA Scope I GHG Emissions 2007:Direct Operated CO2: 14 399 256 Tonnes CO2Direct Operated CH4: 39 220 tonnes CH4 = 823 620 Tonnes CO2eqTotal GHG Scope I: 15 222 876 Tonnes CO2eq Important: SYSTEM BOUNDARIES! GHG Protocol Scope 1 Definition includes all dire NA
7.1. Please provide your base year and base year emissions (Scopes 1 and 2)/7.1. Base year From Date:/To Date:/ Scope 1 Base year emissions (metric tonnes CO2e)/N39Scope 2 Base year emissions (metric tonnes CO2e) 2007-01-01/2007-12-31/15222876/106674
7.2. Please give the name of the standard, protocol or methodology you have used to collect activity data and calculate Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions NA Energy Information Administration 1605B/IPIECA's Petroleum Industry Guidelines for reporting GHG emissions, 2003/IPIECA's Petroleum Industry Guidelines for reporting GHG emissions, 2nd edition, 2011/ISO 14064-1/The Greenhouse Gas Protocol: A Corporate Acc NA
7.3. Please give the source for the global warming potentials you have used Gas/Reference CO2/IPCC Second Assessment Report (SAR - 100 year)
7.4. Please give the emissions factors you have applied and their origin; alternatively, please attach an Excel spreadsheet with this data Fuel/Material/Energy/Emission Factor/Unit/Reference Crude oil/3.17/metric tonnes CO2 per metric tonne/Klif (Norwegian Climate and Pollution Agency)
8.1. Please select the boundary you are using for your Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas inventory NA Operational control NA Boundary used for Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas inventory during 2011-2012/01 Jan 2012 - 31 Dec 2012 reporting period
8.2. Please provide your gross global Scope 1 emissions figure in metric tonnes CO2e NA Gross global Scope 1 emissions figure in metric tonnes CO2e for 2011 - 2012/01 Jan 2012 - 31 Dec 2012 reporting period
8.2. Please provide your gross global Scope 1 emissions figures in metric tonnes CO2e 15362600
8.3. Please provide your gross global Scope 2 emissions figures in metric tonnes CO2e NA
8.4. Are there are any sources (e.g. facilities, specific GHGs, activities, geographies, etc.) of Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions which are not included in your disclosure? NA Yes NA Proportion of Scope 1 emissions that are verified/assured for 2011 - 2012/01 Jan 2012 - 31 Dec 2012 reporting period
8.4a Reporting Period From/To/Source/Scope/Explain why the source is excluded 1 Jan 2012/31 Dec 2012/CH4/Scope 2/CH4 emissions from imported energy are not easily available. An uncertainty assessment has been done to calculate the effect of methane on Scope 2. Applying emission factors (grCH4/MWh) from several references, the effec
8.5 Reporting Period From/To/Please estimate the uncertainty of the total gross global Scope 1 and 2 emissions figures that you have supplied and specify the sources of uncertainty in your data gathering, handling and calculations/Scope 1 emissions No Response
8.6. Please indicate the verification/assurance status that applies to your Scope 1 emissions Third party verification or assurance complete Proportion of Scope 1 emissions that are verified/assured for 2011 - 2012/01 Jan 2012 - 31 Dec 2012 reporting period
8.6a. Please indicate the proportion of your Scope 1 emissions that are verified/assured More than 0% but less than or equal to 20% More than 90% but less than or equal to 100% More than 90% but less than or equal to 100%
8.6b Reporting Period From/To/Please provide further details of the verification/assurance undertaken, and attach the relevant statements: Type of verification or assurance/Attach the document No Response
2013 Performance Band E B A NA
2013 Score 0 86 100 NA
0. Attachments NA https://www.cdproject.net/sites/2013/32/23132/Investor CDP 2013/Shared Documents/Attachments/InvestorCDP2013/Introduction/Risk review.pdf NA If you have not been presented with a sector module that you consider would be appropriate for your company to answer, please select the module below. If you wish to view the questions first, please see https://www.cdproject.net/en-US/Programmes/Pages/Mor
0. Further Information NA Statoil's answer to the CDP questionnaire includes forward-looking statements which are by their nature, subject to significant risks and uncertainties because they relate to events and depend on circumstances that will occur in the future. Although we be NA If you are in these sectors (according to the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS)), the corresponding sector modules will be marked as default options to your information request. If you want to query your classification, please email respond@c
0.1. Introduction - Please give a general description and introduction to your organization. NA Statoil is an international energy company with operations in 35 countries and 40 years of experience from oil and gas production on the Norwegian continental shelf. We are headquarted in Norway with app. 23 000 employees worldwide. We were founded as The NA
0.1. Please give a general description and introduction to your organization. NA
0.2. Please state the start and end date of the year for which you are reporting data. 2012-04-22
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2.1. Are you able to identify which of your operations are located in water-stressed regions? No Response 3 answers 4 answers NA
0.4. Exclusions Are there any geographies, activities, facilities or types of water inputs/outputs within this boundary which are not included in your disclosure? NA Yes NA NA
2.2b. You may explain here why you are not able to identify which of your operations are located in regions subject to water stress or water-related risk and whether you have plans to explore this issue in the future No Response 3 answers 3 answers NA
0.4aList of Exclusions & Reason for Exclusions-Transparency & Reporting No Response Answered Answered NA
1.1. Does your company have a water policy, strategy or management plan? No Yes Yes NA
2.1bPlease list the water-stressed regions where you have operations and the percentage of your total operations in that area NA Canada/Alberta/1 – 10 NA NA
2.1bPlease list the water-stressed regions where you have operations and the percentage of your total operations in that area-Transparency & Reporting No Response 4 answers 4 answers NA
2.2. Do you use other indicators (besides water stress) to identify operations which are located in regions subject to water-related risk? NA NA NA NA
0.1. Introduction Please give a general description and introduction to your organization. NA Statoil is an international energy company with operations in 41 countries and more than 35 years of experience from oil and gas production on the Norwegian continental shelf. NA NA
0.2. Reporng Year Please state the start and end date of the year for which you are reporting data. 2.0. Enter the period that will be disclosed. NA 01-01-2011 - 31-12-2011 NA NA
0.3. Reporting Boundary Please indicate the category that describes the company, entities, or group for which you are reporting. NA Companies, entities or groups over which operational control is exercised. NA NA
2.3. Please specify the total percentage of your operations that are located in the regions at risk which you identified in questions 2.1 and/or 2.2 NA Yes NA NA
2.4. Please specify the basis you use to calculate the percentages used for questions 2.1 and/or 2.2 NA Other NA NA
1.1a. Please describe your policy, strategy or plan, including the highest level of responsibility for it within your company and its geographical reach-Transaprency & Reporting Australia/CCA's Water Policy covers all aspects of water related operations activities from both municipal and groundwater sources across the beverage and food businesses. Global/Our Board of Directors decided in 2010 to establish a new committee dedicated to HSE (including climate), ethics and CSR. The HSE and ethics committee is chaired by Roy Franklin. Its other members are Marit Arnstad, Bjørn Tore Godal and Lill-Heidi United States of America/We have a philosophy to limit water waste and a strategy to identify reduction opportunities from development through operations through supply chain. We build our stores to green building standards (LEED and Green Globes), and e NA
1.1b. Does the policy, strategy or plan specify water reduction, quality or efficiency targets or other water-related goals? NA Global NA NA
1.1bDoes the water policy, strategy or plan specify water-related targets or goals? No Yes Yes NA
0.4aList of Exclusions & Reason for Exclusions NA Partner Operated Licenses, including joint ventures. Statoil Fuel and Retail ASA./Statoil's annual reporting is based on the principle of operational control. According to this, the data collection for water inputs/outputs for 2011 has been limited to t NA NA
CDP Water Data 2013
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0.2. Reporting Year 2012-01-01
0.3. Reporting Boundary Companies, entities or groups over which operational control is exercised
0.4. Are there any geographies, activities, facilities or types of water inputs/outputs within this boundary which are not included in your disclosure? Yes
0.4a. List of Exclusions & Reason for Exclusions-Transparency & Reporting 2 answers
0.4a. List of Exclusions & Reason for Exclusions-Transparency & Reporting (value) #NAME?
1.1. Does your company have a water policy, strategy or management plan? No Yes Yes
1.1a. Please describe your policy, strategy or plan, including the highest level of responsibility for it within your company and its geographical reach-Transaprency & Reporting Australia/CCA's Water Policy covers all aspects of water related operations activities from both municipal and groundwater sources across the beverage and food businesses. NA United States of America/We have a philosophy to limit water waste and a strategy to identify reduction opportunities from development through operations through supply chain. We build our stores to green building standards (LEED and Green Globes), and e
1.1a. Please describe your policy, strategy or plan, including the highest level of responsibility for it within your company and its geographical reach-Transaprency & Reporting (value) NA
1.1b. Does the water policy, strategy or plan specify water-related targets or goals? Yes
1.1c. Description of Target/goal, its type and geographical reach -Transparency & Reporting 2 answers
1.1c. Description of Target/goal, its type and geographical reach -Transparency & Reporting (value) #NAME?
1.1d. You may explain here why your company does not have a water policy, strategy or plan and if you intend to put one in place. NA
1.2. What specific actions has your company taken to manage water resources or engage stakeholders in water-related issues and what are their outcomes?-Transparency & Reporting 2 answers
1.2. What specific actions has your company taken to manage water resources or engage stakeholders in water-related issues and what are their outcomes?-Transparency & Reporting (value) #NAME?
2.1. Are any of your operations located in water-stressed regions? Yes
2.1a. Please specify the method(s) you use to characterize water-stressed regions- Environmental policy & Reporting Other
2.1a. Please specify the method(s) you use to characterize water-stressed regions- Environmental policy & Reporting (value) #NAME?
2.1b. Please list the water-stressed regions where you have operations and the percentage of your total operations in that area-Transparency & Reporting 2 answers
2.1b. Please list the water-stressed regions where you have operations and the percentage of your total operations in that area-Transparency & Reporting (value) #NAME?
2.2. Are there other indicators (besides water stress) which you wish to report that help you to identify which of your operations are located in regions subject to water-related risk? No
2.2a. Please list the relevant risk indicator of your total operations in that area-Environment Policy and Reporting NA
2.2b. You may explain here why you do not wish to report or why you do not use other indicators to identify which of your operations are located in regions subject to water-related risk. NA
2.3. Please specify the total proportion of your operations that are located in the regions at risk which you identified in questions 2.1 and/or 2.2. 0 1 99
2.4. The basis to use to calculate the percentages used for questions 2.1 and/or 2.2 2 answers
2.4. The basis to use to calculate the percentages used for questions 2.1 and/or 2.3 (value) #NAME?
2.5. Do any of your key inputs or raw materials (excluding water) come from regions subject to water-related risk? Don't know
2.5a. Please state or estimate the percentage of your key water-intensive inputs (excluding water) that come from these regions-Transparency & Reporting NA
2.5b. You may explain here why you are not able to identify if any of your key inputs or raw materials come from regions subject to water-related risk and whether you have plans to explore this issue in the future. Oil and gas exploration and production at Statoil is technology based. Inputs of materials from the supply chain consist mainly of steel for construction/equipment and drilling/production chemicals. The water footprints of these products based on the gl
3.1. Is your company exposed to water-related risks (current or future) that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operation, revenue or expenditure? Yes
3.1a. Please describe the current and/or future risks to your operations, the ways in which these risks affect or could affect your operations and your current or proposed strategies for managing them-Transparency & Reporting NA
3.1a. Please describe the current and/or future risks to your operations, the ways in which these risks affect or could affect your operations and your current or proposed strategies for managing them-Transparency & Reporting (value) #NAME?
3.1b. Please explain why you do not consider your company to be exposed to any water-related risks that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operation, revenue or expenditure. NA
3.1c. Please explain why you do not know if your company is exposed to any water-related risks that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operation, revenue or expenditure, and your plans to assess this risk in the future. NA
3.2. Country or geographical scale-Environment Policy & Reporting Facility
3.2. What methodology do you use to analyze water-related risk across your operations?-Transparency & Reporting Answered
3.2. What methodology do you use to analyze water-related risk across your operations? Water as a total percent of total utility spend.
3.3. Do you require your key suppliers to report on their water use, risks and management? No
3.4. Is your supply chain exposed to water-related risks (current or future) that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operation, revenue or expenditure? Don't know
3.4b. Please explain why you do not consider your supply chain to be exposed to any water-related risks that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operation, revenue or expenditure. NA
3.4c. Please explain why you do not know if your supply chain is exposed to water-related risks that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operation, revenue or expenditure, and your plans to assess this risk in the future. Oil and gas exploration and production at Statoil is technology based. Inputs of materials from the supply chain consist mainly of steel for construction/equipment and drilling/production chemicals. The water footprints of these products based on the gl
4.1. Has your business experienced any detrimental impacts related to water in the past five years? Yes
4.1. Please describe any detrimental impacts to business related to water your company has faced in the past five years, their financial impacts and whether they have resulted in any changes to company practices- Transparency & Reporting Answered
5.1. Do water-related issues present opportunities (current or future) that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operation, revenue or expenditure? Yes
5.1a. Please describe the current and/or future opportunities, the ways in which these opportunities affect or could affect your operations and your current or proposed strategies for exploiting them-Environmental Policy & Reporting 3 answers
5.1a. Please describe the current and/or future opportunities, the ways in which these opportunities affect or could affect your operations and your current or proposed strategies for exploiting them-Environmental Policy & Reporting (value) #NAME?
5.1b. Please explain why you do not consider water-related issues to present opportunities to your company that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operation, revenue or expenditure or supply chain. NA
5.1c. Please explain why you do not know whether water-related issues present opportunities to your company that have the potential to generate a substantive change in your business operation, revenue or expenditure. NA
6.1. Has your company identified any linkages or trade-offs between water and carbon emissions in its operations or supply chain? Yes
6.1a. Please describe the linkages or trade-offs between water and carbon emissions in its operations or supply chain?--Transparency & Reporting 2 answers
6.1a. Please describe the linkages or trade-offs and the related management policy or action between water and carbon emissions in its operations or supply chain?-Transparency & Reporting (value) #NAME?
7.1. Are you able to provide data, whether measured or estimated, on water withdrawals within your operations? Yes
7.1a. Please report the water withdrawals within your operations for the reporting year-Transparency & Reporting 0
7.1a. Please report the water withdrawals within your operations for the reporting year-Transparency & Reporting (value) 0
7.1b. Please explain why you are not able to provide data for water withdrawals. NA
7.2. Are you able to provide data, whether measured or estimated, on water recycling/reuse within your operations? Yes
7.2a. Please report the water recycling/reuse within your operations for the reporting year-Transparency & Reporting 3 answers
7.2a. Please report the water recycling/reuse within your operations for the reporting year-Transparency & Reporting (value) #NAME?
7.2b. Please explain why you are not able to provide data for water recycling/reuse within your operations. NA
7.2b. Please explain why you are not able to provide data for water recycling/reuse within your operations-Transparency & Reporting No Response
7.3. Please use this space to describe the methodologies used for questions 7.1 and 7.2 or to report withdrawals or recycling/reuse in a different format to that set out above. There is no corporate methodology, each asset/site will use the methodology of choice. This may be governed by local regulations and reporting requirements.
7.3. Please use this space to describe the methodologies used for questions 7.1 and 7.2 or to report withdrawals or recycling/reuse in a different format to that set out above-Transparency & Reporting Answered
7.4. Are any water sources significantly affected by your company's withdrawal of water? Yes
7.4a. Please list any water sources significantly affected by your company's withdrawal of water. #NAME?
7.4b. You may explain here why your company's withrawal of water does not significantly affect any water sources. NA
7.4b. You may explain here why your company's withrawal of water does not significantly affect any water sources-Transparency & reporting No Response
7.4c. Please explain why you do not know if any water sources are significantly affected by your company's withdrawal of water. NA
8.1. Are you able to identify discharges of water from your operations by destination, by treatment method and by quantity and quality using standard effluent parameters? Yes
8.1a. Please explain why you are not able to identify discharges from your operations by destination, treatment method , quantity and quality, and whether you have any plans to put in place systems that would enable you to do so. NA NA
8.2. Did your company pay any penalties or fines for significant breaches of discharge agreements or regulations in the reporting period? No NA
8.2a. Please describe the quality, quantity and destination of the water that was the subject of the significant breach(es), the associated fines and any actions taken to minimise the risk of future non-compliance NA NA
8.3. Are any water bodies and related habitats significantly affected by discharges of water or runoff from your operations? No NA
8.3a. Please list any water bodies and related habitats which are significantly affected by discharge of water or runoff from your operations NA NA
8.3b. You may explain here why your company's discharge of water does not significantly affect any water bodies or associated habitats. Statoil Canada is implementing a comprehensive surface monitoring program, focusing on water quality and quantity. In 2012, a first full year of the program has been completed and the results are being compiled. Results from 2011 are similar to the baseli NA
8.3b. You may explain here why your company's discharge of water does not significantly affect any water bodies or related habitats-Tansparency & Reporting Answered NA
8.3c. Please explain why you do not know if any water bodies and associated habitats are significantly affected by discharge of water or runoff from your operations. NA NA
9.1. Please provide any available financial intensity values for your company's water use across its operations No response NA
9.1. Please provide any available financial intensity values for your company's water use across its operations (value) #NAME? NA
9.2. Please provide any available water intensity values for your company's products or services across its operations. #NAME? NA
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Reported Scope 3 Total (tCO2e) 670000000 40700 0 Indicated the total reported Scope 3 (all other indirect emissions) of the company in metric tonnes of CO2 equivalent (tCO2e) as defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol. Where no Scope 3 emissions are reported, this is recorded as "No Data"
Scope 1+2 Intensity 11162.43 118.1 0.3 Intensity is calculated by adding together a company's Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions and dividing by its turnover.
Global 800 Carbon Rank 800 114 1 Carbon Ranking of 800 international companies. Ranking is determined by EIO Methodology. See Source Info sheet for comments on it
No. of Scope 3 Categories Reported 1 1 15 This column indicates the number of Scope 3 Categories reported. Once placed into one of the four Disclosure Categories, companies are ranked by the number of Scope 3 categories disclosed.
Reported Scope 1+2 Total (tCO2e) 282000000 13700000 843 The total reported Scope 1 (all direct emissions) and Scope 2 (indirect electricity emissions) of the company in metric tonnes of CO2 equivalent (tCO2e) as defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol
Accepted or Inferred Scope 3 Intensity 8547.13 6319.81 64.51 Unless the company reports all 15 Scope 3 categories as defined by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Value Chain (Scope 3) Standard, an inferred figure based on the highest reported intensity for that sector, across the Global ET Universe, is shown
Category No Public Data Green Public, Complete, and Verified data Companies are placed into one of four data or 'disclosure' categories: 1) Public, Complete, and Verified data; 2) Public, Complete, and Unverified data; 3) Public, Incomplete, Verified or Unverified data; 4) No Public Data
Combined Scope 1+2+3 Intensity 12161.68 3278 34.24 Combined Scope 1+2_3 Intensity is calculated by adding together a company's Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions at 100% (disclosed or inferred) + 50% of Scope 3 emissions (disclosed or inferred).
Market Value ($Million) 1667.87 79642 358143.1 A company's market value, or market capitalism (number of shares times x share price). This value was taken on 23.08.2011
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Description NA Description of the company's product.
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CO2 Productivity 607.9556 7738.0847 5209401.5137 NA
Leadership Diversity 0 0.2 0.5 NA
Rank 100 3 1 NA
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CO2 Productivity 160.4713 8144.9424 2435000 NA
Leadership Diversity 0 0.3636 0.5833 NA
Rank 100 4 1 NA
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Date Added To Sr List NA 41375.5833 NA Date added to the GRI list.
Guidelines NA GRI - G3.1 NA This field indicates which version of the GRI Guidelines is used for the reporting. As of publication year 2009, GRI only includes reporting that makes use of the G3 Guidelines, which were released in October 2006.
Integrated No Yes Yes GRI currently has two classifications for defining organization size: 'SME' and 'Large'. SME stands for Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises. GRI follows the definition for SMEs as set by the European Union: SMEs have 250 employees or less and have a yearl
Publication Year 2013 GRI currently has two classifications for defining organization size: 'SME' and 'Large'. SME stands for Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises. GRI follows the definition for SMEs as set by the European Union: SMEs have 250 employees or less and have a yearl
Region NA Europe NA Region the organization operates in.
Report Html Address NA http://www.statoil.com/AnnualReport2012/en/Pages/frontpage.aspx NA URL of the report location.
Report Pdf Address NA http://www.statoil.com/AnnualReport2012/en/Download%20Center%20Files/01%20Key%20downloads/20%20Sustainability%20Report%202012/Sustainability.pdf NA Location of a PDF version of the report.
Report Title NA Annual and Sustainability Report 2012 NA Title of the report.
Sector NA Energy NA Industry sector.
Sector Supplements (Final) NA Oil & Gas NA This field indicates if the reporting organization has made use of one of the final Sector Supplements and which one. If ‘not used’ is indicated, it means that one of the final Sector Supplements is applicable, but has not been used. If ‘not applicable’ i
Size NA Large NA GRI currently has two classifications for defining organization size: 'SME' and 'Large'. SME stands for Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises. GRI follows the definition for SMEs as set by the European Union: SMEs have 250 employees or less and have a yearl
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Guidelines NA GRI - G3.1 NA This field indicates which version of the GRI Guidelines is used for the reporting. As of publication year 2009, GRI only includes reporting that makes use of the G3 Guidelines, which were released in October 2006.
Integrated No GRI currently has two classifications for defining organization size: 'SME' and 'Large'. SME stands for Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises. GRI follows the definition for SMEs as set by the European Union: SMEs have 250 employees or less and have a yearl
Publication Year 2014 GRI currently has two classifications for defining organization size: 'SME' and 'Large'. SME stands for Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises. GRI follows the definition for SMEs as set by the European Union: SMEs have 250 employees or less and have a yearl
Region NA Europe NA Region the organization operates in.
Report Html Address NA http://www.statoil.com/no/InvestorCentre/AnnualReport/AnnualReport2013/Pages/DownloadCentre.aspx NA URL of the report location.
Report Pdf Address NA http://www.statoil.com/no/InvestorCentre/AnnualReport/AnnualReport2013/Documents/DownloadCentreFiles/01_KeyDownloads/SustainabilityReport.pdf NA Location of a PDF version of the report.
Report Title NA 2013 Sustainability report NA Title of the report.
Sector NA Energy NA Industry sector.
Sector Supplements (Final) NA Oil & Gas NA This field indicates if the reporting organization has made use of one of the final Sector Supplements and which one. If ‘not used’ is indicated, it means that one of the final Sector Supplements is applicable, but has not been used. If ‘not applicable’ i
Size NA Large NA GRI currently has two classifications for defining organization size: 'SME' and 'Large'. SME stands for Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises. GRI follows the definition for SMEs as set by the European Union: SMEs have 250 employees or less and have a yearl
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Envtl. Mgmt. 28.6 49.1 91.9 Based on an analysis of companies tracked in Sustainalytics’ Global Platform, the Environmental Management Score is an assessment of how a company manages its environmental performance through policies, programs, targets, certifications, and the like. To
Green Score 0 56.5 100 NA
Rank 500 301 1 NA
Disclosure 0 99.6 100 Environmental disclosure was included as a stand-alone score to assess each company’s transparency with regard to its environmental performance. Specifically, this score evaluates the breadth and quality of company environmen
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Carbon Productivity 0.015 0.675 0.963 GHG Productivity defined as Revenue ($US) / Total Greenhouse gas (GHG) Emissions (CO2e).
Energy Productivity 0.007 0.499 0.957 Energy Productivity defined as Revenue ($US) / Total Energy Consumption (GJ).
Newsweek Green Score 0.0 0.602 0.843 This score is derived from the following component scores: an Energy Productivity,Carbon Productivity, Water Productivity, Waste Productivity, Reputation, Pay Link, Sustainability Themed Committee, Audit ; weighted at 45 percent, 45 percent, and 10 percen
Pay Link No Yes Yes A mechanism to link the remuneration of any member of a company's senior executive team with the achievement of environmental performance targets.
Rank 500 59 1
Reputation 0.005 0.142 1 The Reputation score is made up of two components: (1) The RepRisk Index, which is a quantitative measure that captures criticism and quantifies a company exposure to ESG risks. (2) The second component is based on the number of environmental issues that
Sustainability Themed Committee No Yes Yes The existence of a committee at the Board of Directors level whose mandate is related to the sustainability of the company, including but not limited to environmental matters.
Waste Productivity 0.014 0.439 0.97 Waste Productivity is defined as Revenue ($US) / [Total waste generated (metric tonnes) – waste recycled/reused (metric tonnes)].
Water Productivity 0.012 0.881 0.992 Water Productivity is defined as Revenue ($US) / Total water use (m3).
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Corporate Governance 3 0 0 The scores for each ESG scope issue ranges from 0-3. The scoring refers to the number of times the company was criticized in relation to that scope issue: 0 = little or no exposure in the past 4 years; 1 = 5 direct relations in the past 4 years; 2 = 10 direct relations in the past 4 years; 3 = 20 direct relations in the past 4 years.
Current RRI 86 0 0 The RepRisk Index (RRI) is a quantitative risk measure that captures criticism and quantifies a company's exposure to controversial environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. It does not measure a company's overall reputation, but rather is an indicator of their reputational risk.The Current RRI value indicates the current level of criticism about a company.
Employee Relations 3 0.2 0 The scores for each ESG scope issue ranges from 0-3. The scoring refers to the number of times the company was criticized in relation to that scope issue: 0 = little or no exposure in the past 4 years; 1 = 5 direct relations in the past 4 years; 2 = 10 direct relations in the past 4 years; 3 = 20 direct relations in the past 4 years.
Environmental FootPrint 3 0 0 The scores for each ESG scope issue ranges from 0-3. The scoring refers to the number of times the company was criticized in relation to that scope issue: 0 = little or no exposure in the past 4 years; 1 = 5 direct relations in the past 4 years; 2 = 10 direct relations in the past 4 years; 3 = 20 direct relations in the past 4 years.
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Rank 400 389 1 REPORTWATCH RATING
Report Rating D B- A REPORTWATCH RATING
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Value of USG Contracts (in millions) 990 NA 1 Value of Iranian contracts.
Withdrawn NA Was the association with Iran withdrawn?
Nationality Norway Country the company is in.
On the list Yes Yes Is the company on the list.
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include_measurement 0 1 1 Does your COP identify targets, define performance indicators and measure outcomes?
references_anti_corruption 0 1 1 Does your COP contain description of actions, and when relevant policies, related to anti-corruption?
references_environment 0 1 1 Does your COP contain description of actions, and when relevant policies, related to the environment?
references_human_rights 0 1 1 Does your COP contain description of actions, and when relevant policies, related to human rights?
references_labour 0 1 1 Does your COP contain description of actions, and when relevant policies, related to labour rights?
starts_on NA 01/01/2012 NA Start Date
differentiation NA advanced NA At what level is the declarer?
ends_on NA 12/01/2012 NA End Date
format NA annual_report NA How is your COP shared with stakeholders?
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ends_on NA 12/01/2013 NA End Date
format NA sustainability_report NA How is your COP shared with stakeholders?
include_continued_support_statement 0 1 1 Does your COP contain a statement by the CEO (or equivalent) expressing continued support for the Global Compact and renewing your company’s ongoing commitment to the initiative and its principles?
include_measurement 0 1 1 Does your COP identify targets, define performance indicators and measure outcomes?
references_anti_corruption 0 1 1 Does your COP contain description of actions, and when relevant policies, related to anti-corruption?
references_environment 0 1 1 Does your COP contain description of actions, and when relevant policies, related to the environment?
references_human_rights 0 1 1 Does your COP contain description of actions, and when relevant policies, related to human rights?
references_labour 0 1 1 Does your COP contain description of actions, and when relevant policies, related to labour rights?
starts_on NA 01/01/2013 NA Start Date
World Business Council for Sustainable Development
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Weighted score 1.2 1.6 5.9

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