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Actively Disclose Environmental Data

Demand for proactive disclosure of environmental data is increasing. Customers have raised their awareness of the importance of calculating and reducing the environmental impact such as CO2 emissions generated in transport activities because their efforts on reducing the environmental load on their supply chains contribute to improving their social evaluations and positions. At the same time investors recognize that businesses whose activities produce GHG emissions may be imperiling their corporate value more than ever due to various policies and regulations to address the environmental issues such as escalation of global warming, and growing concern among consumers.

Clean Shipping Index (CSI)

The Clean Shipping Index is an environmental assessment tool for ships and shipowners, used by a network of cargo owners and forwarders (customers) when buying sea transport. Ship owners present the environmental performance on emissions of CO2, sulfur oxides, particulate matter and nitrogen oxides and the use and handling of chemicals, waste and waste water. Vessels are then ranked from 'low performance' to 'good performance'. With the information collected, the cargo owners and forwarders evaluate the ship owner in the procurement process. In line with MOL's target to "Actively Disclose Environmental Data", MOL started reporting in CSI in 2013.

Clean Cargo Working Group (CCWG)

The global nonprofit organization "Business for Social Responsibility (BSR)," which works with containership owners, container shipping customers, and non-vessel operating common carriers, has established the Clean Cargo Working Group (CCWG) in 2003. CCWG measures, evaluates, and reports the Ship owner environmental performance including CO2, NOx, SOx and Environmental Management System. MOL has been participating since 2012.

CDP

CDP is a U.K.-based non-profit organization that represents 827 institutional investors all over the world. It holds about $100 trillion in total (about one-third of the total invested capital in the world). It sends specific questionnaires asking about strategies on climate change and on greenhouse gas emissions to companies. Answers and scores of the results are publicly announced, and the scores are becoming a key indicator in measuring corporate value. MOL has responded to CDP's inquiries every year, and was recognized for Climate Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI) in FY2015.

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MOL Group's Environmental Data

Energy Consumption

  Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Fuel oil (C oil) thousand tons 5,895 5,837 5,631
MOL vessels thousand tons 4,796 4,547 4,375
Group company vessels thousand tons 1,099 1,290 1,256
Diesel oil (A oil) thousand tons 108 157 312
MOL vessels thousand tons 59 93 210
Group company vessels thousand tons 49 64 102
Electricity thousand kWh 92,672 107,383 99,294
Municipal gas thousand m3 1,542 1,545 1,626
Energy consumption (equivalent) thousand GJ 260,967 259,996 258,290
  • C oil/A oil: Used mainly for vessel fuel. The amounts in the chart were revised retroactive to past years because the MOL nonconsolidated calculation method of heavy oil was changed.
  • Energy consumption: The energy equivalent of heat originated from C oil, A oil, electricity, municipal gas and other energy consumed.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Scope 1: CO2 emissions thousand tons 18,860 18,803 18,676
MOL vessels thousand tons 15,268 14,547 14,380
Group company vessels thousand tons 3,569 4,216 4,229
others thousand tons 23 40 67
Scope 2: CO2 emissions thousand tons 53 62 56
Scope 3: CO2 emissions thousand tons 9,960 8,038 7,306
  • Scope 1:CO2 emissions originating mainly from A oil and C oil used as fuel in vessels
  • Scope 2:CO2 emissions originating mainl from electricity consumption
  • Scope 3:Estimated value of CO2 emissions originating mainly from A oil and C oil used as fuel in vessels MOL has chartered out to other companies; calculated from fiscal 2012

NOx and SOx Emissions

  Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
NOx emissions thousand tons 504 503 499
MOL vessels thousand tons 408 389 385
Group company vessels thousand tons 96 114 114
SOx emissions thousand tons 332 335 319
MOL vessels thousand tons 269 260 247
Group company vessels thousand tons 63 75 72

Other Resources

  Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Waste tons 135,597 114,576 180,983
Recycled tons 134,601 113,940 179,974
Non-recycled tons 995 637 1,009
Recycling rate (MOL Head Office Building) % 67 66 64
Water m3 721,574 637,694 632,174
Tap water m3 721,574 637,694 632,174
River water m3
Seawater (cyclic usage) m3
Office paper thousand sheets 77,887 72,075 65,873
  • Waste:Mainly vessels sold to be scrapped; recycled at scrapping yards
  • Water:The volume of water used in offices. Most of the water used in vessels is made from seawater and recycled

Eco Sailing Initiatives

  Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Ocean-going vessels        
CO2 emissions per unit load (ton-mile) FY2009=100 91.4 85.9 83.3
MOL FY2009=100 94.0 88.7 84.7
Domestic coastal vessels        
Unit energy consumption FY2009=100 101.2 101.6 101.7

Onshore Initiatives

  Unit FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
Unit energy consumption
(MOL, Daibiru, Shosen Koun)
FY2009=100 83.6 78.3 76.1
Solar power generation thousand kWh 257 252 203
Data scope
MOL Group consolidated subsidiaries in Japan and overseas. Excludes some small offices
Noted areas such as "(MOL)" are limited to that scope

CO2Measures

Reduction of CO2 Emissions by CO2 Measures (Unit:thousand tons)

FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
432 303 280 348 303

Cost Reduction by CO2 Measures (Unit:¥ billion)

FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 FY2015
7.3 5.3 5.5 5.5 3.1
  • The amounts are estimated with reduced CO2 emissions and reduced cost based mainly on increased use of slow steaming, installation of PBCFs, and the fuel-saving effects of low-friction paint.
  • The calculations do not include cases in which it is difficult to measure the effects.

Environment Investment Amount (Unit:¥ billion)

  FY2015 (Results)
Environment-related R&D activities 2.8
Utilization and expansion of existing environmental technologies 9.1
Compliance with environmental regulations 21.9
Initiatives to save bunker fuel 9.9
Initiatives of Group companies 2.6
Total 46.3

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Third-party Verification of CO2 Emission Data

MOL acquired third-party verification by SGS Japan, Co., Ltd. to ensure the fairness, accuracy, and transparency of FY2015 CO2 emission data included in this report. The verification was conducted based on ISO14064-3:2006.
Through the third party verification, we will identify issues and enhance our efforts to further reduce CO2 emissions.
Verification target : Scope 1, 2 (energy originated carbon dioxide emissions) and Scope 3 (downstream leased assets).

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FY2015 Environmental Accounting

Environmental Protection Costs (unit: ¥ million)

Category Items Investment Cost
(1) Costs in business areas      
Global environmental protection Measures to reduce exhaust gas from vessels 1,289 0
Measures on vessels to preserve the marine environment 2,048 992
Office related 20 0
Costs for resource circulation Related to the vessels 21 0
(2) Costs for management activity Environmental management activities 0 72
(3) Costs for R&D R&D 0 191
(4) Social activity costs Social contribution activities 0 0
TOTAL 3,378 1,255

Reference Guidelines
Japan's Ministry of the Environment "Environmental Accounting Guideline (FY2005)" Cost does not include depreciation and amortization expenses.

Tabulation Period
FY2015 (April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016)

Scope of Tabulation
Head Office and operated vessels of Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (non-consolidated) and ocean-going
vessels operated by MOL Group companies in Japan.

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