Sustainability Performance Data

Financial Capital

Financial Capital
GRI Required Data Unit Data Collection Period
2013 2014 2015 2016
G4-EC1 Direct Economic Value Generated
Sales Revenues Million Baht 549,189.00 570,224.00 400,128.00 345,762.00
Net sales plus revenues from financial investments and sales of assets Million Baht 554,440.38 575,022.87 404,652.53 349,945.00
Economic Value Distributed
Employee wages1 and benefits2 Million Baht 12,076.00 13,110.00 12,190.00 12,213.00
Operating cost Million Baht 514,703.84 558,212.41 377,591.53 318,653.24
Payment to Provider of Capital
Gross taxes Million Baht 1,975.91 559.36 1,984.09 3,025.09
Dividend payments Million Baht 19,104.42 13,887 11,270 10,298
Community investments Million Baht 26.10 307.50 50.35 47.62
Economic value retained Million Baht 6,554.11 -12,262.44 1,071.64 5,708.05
G4-EC9 Proportion of spending on local suppliers in Thailand % 97.55 98.21 98.12 71.85
1 Total Wages comprises employee salaries, including amounts paid to government institutions (such as employee taxes, levies, and unemployment funds) on behalf of employees. Non-employees working in an operational role are normally not included here, but rather under operating costs as a service purchased.
2 Total benefits include regular contributions (such as to pensions, insurance, company vehicles, and private health), as well as other employee support such as housing, interest free loans, public transport assistance, educational grants, and redundancy payments. They do not include training, costs of protective equipment, or other cost items directly related to the employee’s job function.

Manufacture Capital

Manufacture Capital
GRI Required Data Unit Data Collection Period
2013 2014 2015 2016
G4-EN31 Return on Environmental Investment
Total expenditures Million Baht 574 1,144 1,550 1,385
Waste disposal, emission treatment, and remediation costs Million Baht 0 7 125 135
Prevention and environmental management costs Million Baht 2 7 42 40
- Capital investments Million Baht 572 1,130 1,383 1,210
- Operating expenses Million Baht 2 14 167 175
- Savings, cost avoidance, income, tax incentives, etc. Million Baht 1,253 580 855 235
- Operations covered by revenue % of operation covered 50 50 85 88

Human Capital

Human Capital
GRI Required Data Unit Data Collection Period
2013 2014 2015 2016
Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female
Workforce
G4-LA1 Total workforce1 2 Person 4,772 5,489 5,738 6,289
Person 3,682 1,090 4,223 1,266 4,422 1,316 4,822 1,467
Total employee Person 4,772 5,489 5,738 6,291
Person 3,682 1,090 4,223 1,266 4,422 1,316 4,822 1,467
Total supervised worker 3 Person NA NA 0 0
Person NA NA NA NA 0 0 0 0
Workforce by Area
Rayong Person 3,502 763 4,001 885 4,185 901 4,572 1,018
Bangkok Person 180 327 222 381 225 409 231 441
Other provinces Person 0 0 0 0 12 6 19 8
Employee by Employment Contract
Permanent contract4 Person 3,451 1,068 3,787 1,229 3,760 1,258 4,012 1,360
On contract (Temporary contract)5 Person 231 22 436 37 662 58 810 107
Employee by Employment Type
Full-time Person 3,682 1,090 4,223 1,266 4,422 1,316 4,822 1,467
Part-time Person 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Employee by Age
<30 years Person 760 311 852 335 795 305 808 275
30 - 50 years Person 2,648 724 2,998 857 3,117 899 3,430 1,057
>50 years Person 274 55 373 74 510 112 584 135
Employee by Employee Category
Executive (Level 13-18) Person 111 25 114 27 48 7 49 11
Middle management (Level 10-12) Person 312 97 327 101 451 149 469 168
Senior (Level 8-9) Person 624 222 671 253 859 313 780 327
Employee (Level 7 and Below) Person 2,627 744 3,100 884 2,402 789 3,008 905
Unclassified6 Person 8 2 11 1 662 58 516 56
G4-LA1 New Employee
New employee Person 462 578 528 366
331 131 449 129 430 98 256 110
New hire rate % of total employees 6.94 2.75 8.18 2.35 7.50 1.71 4.07 1.75
New Employee by Area
Rayong Person 308 87 434 104 417 72 240 62
% of total employees 6.45 1.82 7.91 1.89 7.27 1.25 3.82 0.99
Bangkok Person 23 44 15 25 13 25 16 48
% of total employees 0.48 0.92 0.27 0.46 0.23 0.44 0.25 0.76
Other provinces Person 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
% of total employees 0 0 0 0 0 0.02 0 0
New Employee Hire by Age Group
<30 years Person 174 90 217 76 180 61 132 64
% of total employees 3.65 1.89 3.95 1.39 3.14 1.06 2.10 1.02
30 - 50 years Person 145 40 206 52 227 36 111 44
% of total employees 3.04 0.84 3.75 0.95 3.96 0.63 1.76 0.70
>50 years Person 12 1 26 1 23 1 13 2
% of total employees 0.25 0.02 0.47 0.02 0.40 0.02 0.21 0.03
Turnover
Total Person 183 179 184 165
% of total employees 3.83 3.26 3.21 2.65
Person 127 56 130 49 121 63 102 63
% of total employees 2.66 1.17 2.37 0.89 2.11 1.10 1.63 1.00
Voluntary employee turnover rate Person 183 179 184 165
% of total employees 3.83 3.26 3.21 2.65
Person 127 56 130 49 121 63 102 63
% of total employees 2.66 1.17 2.37 0.89 2.11 1.10 1.63 1.00
Turnover Rate by Age Group
< 30 years Person 43 23 43 29 41 18 36 22
% of total employees 0.90 0.48 0.78 0.53 0.71 0.31 0.57 0.35
30 - 50 years Person 79 33 76 20 57 36 62 38
% of total employees 1.66 0.69 1.38 0.36 0.99 0.63 0.99 0.60
> 50 years Person 5 0 11 0 23 9 4 3
% of total employees 0.10 0.00 0.20 0.00 0.40 0.16 0.06 0.05
Turnover by Area
Rayong Person 118 34 122 31 96 29 91 36
% of total employees 2.47 0.71 2.22 0.57 1.67 0.51 1.48 0.57
Bangkok Person 9 22 8 18 25 34 11 27
% of total employees 0.19 0.46 0.15 0.33 0.44 0.59 0.18 0.43
G4-LA3 Parental Leave
Number of employees entitled to parental leave Persons 986 245 1,161 294 1,292 326 1,438 385
Number of employees taking parental leave Persons 0 28 0 29 92 47 127 55
Number of employees returning to work after parental leave Persons 0 28 0 29 92 47 127 55
Number of employees returning to work after parental leave who are still employed for the next 12 months Persons 0 28 0 29 92 47 127 55
Retention rate % 0 100 0 100 100 100 100 100
G4-LA9 Training and Development
Average hours per FTE of training and development Hours 14.62 6.07 16.25 0.82 17.96 6.39 39.80 10.53
Average amount spent per FTE on training and development Million Baht 0.018 0.025 0.018 0.029 0.014 0.017 0.014 0.016
Percentage of open positions filled by internal candidates % 10.7 6.3 40.6 11.4 12.2 24.8 13.9 9.3
Total investment on employees training Million Baht 66.42 27.58 75.00 37.00 63.75 22.55 68.24 24.18
Average hours of training per year per employee Hour /person /year 43.00 39.00 52.00 41.00 48.00 37.00 54.00 40.00
Executive (Level 13-18) Hour /person /year 31.00 44.00 51.00 69.00 85.00 49.00 65.00 51.00
Middle management (Level 10-12) Hour /person /year 43.00 34.00 42.00 33.00 39.00 35.00 66.00 51.00
Senior (Level 8-9) Hour /person /year 56.00 44.00 60.00 48.00 49.00 45.00 43.00 44.00
Employee (Level 7 and below) Hour /person /year 44.00 42.00 54.00 42.00 42.00 29.00 35.00 36.00
G4-LA11 Employee Receiving Regular Performance and Career Development Reviews (Excl. People in Unclassified Group)
Executive (Level 13-18) Person 111 25 114 27 48 7 42 5
% 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
Middle management (Level 10-12) Person 312 97 327 101 451 149 469 168
% 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
Senior (Level 8-9) Person 624 222 671 253 859 313 780 327
% 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
Employee (Level 7 and below) Person 2,627 744 3,100 884 2,402 789 3,008 905
% 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
G4-LA12 Gender Diversity and Equal Remuneration
Women in workforce Persons 1,090 1,266 1,316 1,467
% 22.84 23.06 22.94 23.33
Women in top management positions Persons 24 26 7 11
% 19.80 20.64 12.73 18.33
Women in junior management positions Persons 111 129 149 168
% 22.56 22.99 24.83 26.37
Composition of Governance Bodies
Board of directors Persons 19 1 17 3 16 4 42 5
Executives Persons 111 25 114 27 48 7 49 11
Middle management Persons 312 97 327 101 451 149 469 168
Senior Persons 624 222 671 253 859 313 780 327
Employee Persons 2,627 744 3,100 884 2,402 789 3,008 905
G4-LA13 Ratio basic salary women/men Ratio 1.00 0.97 1.00 0.99 1.00 0.99 1.00 0.99
Health and Safety
G4-LA5 Percentage of total workforce represented in formal joint management-worker health and safety committees % 100 100 100 100
G4-LA6 Fatalities
Total workforce Case 0 0 0 0
Independent contractor Case 0 0 1 0
Total Recordable Injuries Case
Total workforce Case 1.00 8.00 7.00 15.00
Independent contractor Case 11.00 7.00 9.00 9.00
Injuries Rate (IR)8
Total workforce Case/1 Million Manhours 0.43 0.47 0.37 1.04
Independent contractor Case/1 Million Manhours 0.71 0.52 0.37 0.91
Lost-Time Injuries Frequency Rate (LTIFR)
Total workforce Case/1 Million Manhours 0.13 0.13 0.00 0.06
Independent contractor Case/1 Million Manhours 0.18 0.21 0.12 0.38
Occupational Diseases Rate (ODR) 9
Total workforce Case/1 Million Manhours 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Independent contractor Case/1 Million Manhours 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Lost Workday Case (LWC)
Total workforce Case 1 2 1 1
Independent contractor Case 3 4. 3 3
Lost Day Rate (LDR)
Total workforce Day/1 Million Manhours 3.25 1.71 0.27 0.16
Independent contractor Day/1 Millionhours 2.13 4.91 6.9 1.21
Absentee Rate
Total workforce Case/1 Million Manhours NA NA NA NA
Independent contractor Case/1 Million Manhours NA NA NA NA
1 Total workforce is total employee incuding total supervised worker.
2 PTTGC has calculated total workforce by including supervised worker since 2015.
3 Supervised worker is an individual who performs regular work on-site for, or on behalf of, the organization but is not recognized as an employee under national law or practice.
4 Permanent contractor is a permanent employment contract is a contract with an employee for full-time or parttime work for an indeterminate period.
5 Temporary contract is of limited duration and terminated by a specific event, including the end of a project or work phase or return of replaced personnel.
6 Unclassified means employees who serve the Company on contract as advisors, experts and specialists.
7 Injury types include medical treatment, restricted work and loss time cases.
8 Occupation Disease Rate refers to Occupational IIIness Frequency Rate (OIFR)

Social and Relationship Capital

Natural Capital

Natural Capital
GRI Required Data Unit Data Collection Period
2013 2014 2015 2016
G4-EN1 Materials
Material used Million ton 18.59 19.17 21.55 16.70
Non renewable material Million ton 18.16 18.78 21.07 16.29
Renewable material Million ton 0.43 0.39 0.39 0.41
G4-EN2 Pecentage of materials used that are recycled input materials % 12.05 12.62 12.64 15.75
G4-EN3 Energy Consumption
Total energy consumption TJ 106,374 129,351 115,254 119,966
Direct energy consumption TJ 79,924 104,826 101,135 105,251
  • Natural gas
TJ 29,281 32,741 32,394 35,496
  • LPG
TJ 938 1,131 2,795 2,882
  • Diesel
TJ 0.3190 0.0003 0.5050 1.1843
  • Pyrolysis gas oil
TJ 667 646 338 167
  • Recovered volatile (RV)
TJ 21 15 19 19
  • Oligomer
TJ 0.0 2.5 1.7 1.7
  • Fuel oil
TJ 13 142 1,047 1,007
  • Fuel gas
TJ 49,053 70,147 64,540 65,676
Total indirect energy consumption by primary energy source TJ 32,062 30,025 20,546 32,378
  • Electricity purchased
TJ 6,672 8,535 5,148 6,959
  • Steam
TJ 25,390 21,490 15,398 25,419
Total energy sold TJ 5,662 5,500 6,427 17,663
  • Electricity
TJ 3,685 3,693 4,921 6.733
  • Steam
TJ 1,978 1,807 1,506 10,929
G4-OG3 Renewable Energy
  • Solar cell
MWh NA 7.78 8.33 8.33
  • Wind turbine
MWh NA 11.94 10.83 10.83
G4-EN4 Total energy consumption outside organization TJ NA NA NA NA
G4-EN5 Total energy intensity1 GJ/ton product 4.82 5.76 5.07 5.80
G4-EN6 Total energy saved by efforts to reduce energy use and increase energy efficiency TJ 1,182 296 720 603
  • Fuel Saving
TJ 1,182 296 720 603
Total indirect energy saved from initiative to reduce indirect energy use TJ 693 727 991 482
  • Electricity saving
TJ 91 213 278 186
  • Steam saving
TJ 602 513 713 296
G4-EN8 Water2
Total water withdrawal by source Million m3 38.87 38.61 40.46 41.98
  • Surface water
Million m3 12.72 13.15 13.74 13.33
  • Seawater
Million m3 5.35 5.52 8.15 9.73
  • Once through cooling water
Million m3 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  • Municipal water
Million m3 20.79 19.93 18.57 18.92
  • Ground water
Million m3 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  • Total salt/ brackish water
Million m3 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  • Water from all other sources
Million m3 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  • Water returned to the source of extraction at similar or higher quality as raw water extracted
Million m3 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Water intensity m3 / ton of production 1.76 1.72 1.78 2.03
G4-EN10 Water reused and recycled % of total water withdrawal 6.47 6.31 7.13 5.91
Million m3 2.52 2.43 2.88 2.48
G4-EN15 Greenhouse Gases Emissions (GHGs)3
Direct GHGs emissions scope 14 Million ton CO2 equivalent 5.40 5.36 5.33 5.46
G4-EN16 Indirect GHGs emissions scope 25 Million ton CO2 equivalent 1.82 1.71 1.62 1.62
G4-EN17 Other indirect GHGs emissions scope 5, 5 Million ton CO2 equivalent 2.82 3.83 3.11 2.81
G4-EN18 GHGs emission intensity6 Ton CO2 equivalent/ton production 0.35 0.33 0.33 0.48
G4-EN19 Total estimated annual CO2 savings Tonnes CO2 equivalent NA NA 109,793 XX
G4-EN21 Emissions
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) Ton VOCs 1,599 1,595 1,543 1,997
VOCs intensity Ton VOCs/ million ton production 72.48 71.04 67.87 96.60
Nitrogen oxides (NOx) Ton NOx 3,248 3,613 3,606 3,632
NOx intensity Ton NOx / million ton production 147.22 160.92 158.61 175.66
Sulfur dioxides (SO2) Ton SOx 1,077 968 913 1,515
SOx intensity Ton SOx/ million ton production 48.82 43.11 40.61 73.30
Total suspended particulate matter (TSP) Ton 16 24 3 70
TSP intensity Ton/ million ton production 0.86 1.25 0.14 4.17
G4-EN22 Water Discharge8
Total water discharge to surface water Million m3 5.31 4.92 4.65 4.53
  • BOD loading
Ton 20 11 10 10
  • COD loading
Ton 238 237 227 216
  • TSS loading
Ton 49 40 37 38
  • Oil and grease loading
Ton 3 2 2 2
Total water discharge to external facility Million m3 4.23 3.59 2.80 3.50
  • BOD loading
Ton 156 61 44 40
  • COD loading
Ton 392 251 168 229
  • TSS loading
Ton 103 45 29 56
  • Oil and grease loading
Ton 20 13 12 8
  • Water returned to the source of extraction at similar or higher quality as raw water extracted
Million m3 3.42 3.03 4.98 6.14
G4-EN23 Waste Disposal
Total hazardous waste9 from routine operations Ton 25,236 29,388 26,946 37,733
  • Sorting10
Ton 2 1 <1 0
  • Reuse
Ton 0 24 137 138
  • Recycle
Ton 21,775 22,734 16,985 8,500
  • Recovery
Ton 186 192 189 10,612
  • Treatment
Ton 1,067 2,283 1,442 3,265
  • Landfill
Ton 225 56 - 0
  • Incineration
Ton 942 3,851 6,894 7,287
  • Other management method
Ton 1,039 247 1,300 7,932
Total non-hazardous waste8 from routine operation Ton 11,908 8,604 6,014 5,692
  • Sorting9
Ton 1,420 1,511 1,408 401
  • Reuse
Ton 0 0 15 0
  • Recycle
Ton 1,596 1,592 1,057 2,885
  • Recovery
Ton 216 233 183 333
  • Treatment
Ton 4,404 1,145 45 0
  • Landfill
Ton 386 78 0 0
  • Incineration
Ton 162 58 853 410
  • Other management method
Ton 3,725 3,988 2,381 1,663
Waste from non-routine operation11 Ton 25,206 7,324 10,105 418
Municipal waste Ton 2,067 2,248 2,217 1,855
On-site Storage Ton NA 665 173 XX
G4-EN24 Significant Spills
Oil spills Case 1 0 0 2
m3 54 0 0 0.06
Fuel spills Case 0 0 0 0
m3 0 0 0 0
Waste spills Case 0 0 0 0
m3 0 0 0 0
Chemical Spills Case 0 0 0 18
m3 0 0 0 0.804
G4-OG6 Volume of flared and vented hydrocarbon Million m3 58.99 26.65 480.37 351.71
1 All types of energy included in the intensity ratio and consumed within the organization
2 Information drawn from water meters and calculations devrived from available water data.
3 GHGs emissions based on report of 1) GHGs calculation stradard, methodology, emission factors and GWP referred to IPCC 2006, WRI GHG protocol and ISO 14064. 2) the operational control approach for emissions.
4 All greenhouse gases included in the report.
5 Indirect GHGs emissions scope 3 categories and activities reported for 2013-2015 include 1) employee travel by airplane, 2) end user use of jet fuel and diesel, 3) disposal of industrial wastes to landfill, 4) disposal of industrial waste by incineration and 5) feedstocks transportation via pipeline. in 2016, the indirect GHGs emissions (scope 3) included an additional activity, water consumption, in this report.
6 Types of GHGs emissions, which are direct (scope 1) and energy indirect (scope 2), included in the intensity ratio.
7 Types of GHGs emissions, which are direct (scope 1) and energy indirect (scope 2), included in the intensity ratio.
8 Treatment methods were Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) systems and biological treatment, and discharged water was not reused by another organization. In addition, information sources about the volume of water discharge include flow meters and regulatory permits.
9 As defined by National Legislation and there is no on-site storage during reporting year.
10 Sorting is defined an authorized waste disposal method as prescribed by the Notification of Ministry of Industry under waste disposal code “011 Sorting for Resale".
11 Waste from non-routine operations i.e. construction waste. This includes hazardous waste and non-hazardous waste.

Remarks:

  • This information remains focus on materiality aspects in Thailand as the operational control. The information on PTTGC subsidiaries and affiliates as well as join ventures can be found in the Annual Report.
  • NA : Data not available