Sustainability indicators

Here we present Stena’s sustainability efforts in numbers, in the form of a range of economic, environmental and social indicators.

Stena’s sustainability report is a supplement to the Annual Report. The indicators presented are at an aggregate level for the entire Group.

The financial indicators provide a good overview of the financial results for the entire Group, and the social indicators provide a reflection of all the companies in the Stena Group with regard to the number of employees and gender distribution.

The environmental indicators refer to vessels in Stena’s global fleet that Stena operate. As the fleet includes many different vessel types, it is difficult to obtain accurate efficiency indicators at an aggregate level. For this reason, the environmental indicators are reported in absolute figures.

During the years in which sustainability data has been collected, the number of vessels has increased, which means that fuel consumption and emissions have increased in absolute terms. However, fuel efficiency for the individual vessels has improved over these years.

FINANCIAL INDICATORS

MSEK 2011 2012 2013
Sales 27,968 27,388 30,240
EBITDA* excluding asset sales 6,512 7,060 7,947
Income before tax 2,779 1,777 2,148

* Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation

ENVIRONMENTAL INDICATORS*

Energy consumption 2011 2012 2013
Number of vessels in the report 89 98 109
Total distance sailed (1,000 nm)** 4,233 4,719 5,545
Total fuel consumption on vessels (1,000 tonnes) 778 801 931
Total energy consumption on vessels (TJ) 30,926 31,752 37,037
       
Greenhouse gas emissions 2011 2012 2013
CO2 emissions (1,000 tonnes) 2,435 2,507 2,914
       
Other emissions  2011 2012 2013
NOX emissions (1,000 tonnes) 52 54 59
SOX emissions (1,000 tonnes) 18 20 25

* Refers only to vessels, including Concordia Maritime’s vessels.
** For Stena Drilling’s units, distance sailed are not registered.

SOCIAL INDICATORS

Employees 2011 2012 2013
Number of employees 10,242 10,565 11,348
Women (%) 29 29 29
Women on the Board (%) 22 20 20
Women in Executive management (%) 10 10 12

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