Environmental

Topic6

201820192020

Energy Consumption (GJ)7,8




Fuel Consumption




Diesel9

53,236,82948,984,33628,812,116

Coal9

565,546835,736733,906

Natural Gas9

10,338,3429,430,9498,166,207

Other (Gasoline and Propane)9

 797,971993,851262,207

Electricity Consumption




Purchased Electricity

1,910,7082,041,6551,772,281

Solar PPA

-19,35627,834

Total

66,849,397

62,305,883

39,774,550

Fracturing Fluid




Volume of Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid Used (m3)

-151,099,27179,245,775
Percentage of Hazardous Material Used in Fracturing Fluid-0.10%0.07%

U.S. Fuel Card Program (GJ)




Off-Road Fuel Consumption152,114263,464119,526
On-Road Fuel Consumption2,493,3462,684,2761,467,357

Greenhouse Gas Emissions (TCO2e)10




Direct (Scope 1)9  

4,405,2744,031,9922,501,013

Indirect (Scope 2)9 

271,233249,259191,599

Indirect (Scope 3)11,12

73,388

(282,185)

95

Total

4,749,895

3,999,067

2,692,707

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Intensity (Scopes 1 and 2)8, 13




TCO2e/$M Revenue

195191186

TCO2e/Operating Hours

0.30850.25110.1903

Waste Disposal (Metric Tonnes)




Non-Hazardous 

158,696212,485324,864

Hazardous

50,75178,21954,488

Total14

209,447

 290,704

379,352

Incineration5,09541,2833,970

Landfill14

88,205 76,577263,830
Recycled72,821131,54178,977
Reuse7,3882,8243,231
Composting7,366-69
Energy Recovery8,23632,761 20,353
Deep Well Injection8,5264,462 3,091
Other11,8101,2565,831

Total14

209,447

290,704

379,352

Water Withdrawal (m3)




Water Withdrawal 2,646,2302,351,6781,345,507

Spills and Discharges




Recordable Environmental Incident Rate (Incidents Per 200,000 Hours Worked) 0.050.030.02

Total Volume of Spills (m3)

1,034413503
Total Volume of Hydrocarbon Spills > 1 bbl  (bbl)480365150

Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Fines and Penalties (USD)




HSE Fines and Penalties

$38,500

$32,664

$250

6 – Sum of categories may differ from the total due to rounding.

7 – The GHG Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard was used in the calculation of energy use and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Energy sources include fuel, electricity, heating, cooling and steam. Electricity emission factors are obtained from the International Energy Agency’s CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion 2020 report, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Emissions & Generation Resource Integrated Database (eGRID) publication. 

8 – In 2020, we expanded our energy and GHG data collection and analysis methodologies. Our prior-year’s diesel report was expanded to include additional sources. Natural gas reporting now includes emissions from T2 dual-fuel vehicles. Diesel and natural gas figures for 2018 and 2019 were recalculated, and this impacted our Scope 1 and emissions intensity figures for those years as well.

9 – Figures for 2019 recalculated based on updated emission factors and additional data.

10 – Gases covered in GHG emissions calculations include CO2, CH4 and N2O. Global warming potentials are obtained from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report. The chosen consolidation approach for emissions is operational control.

11 – All rental vehicle emissions are calculated using the U.S. factors for “Passenger Car – Gasoline – Year 2005 – Present” due to lack of readily available data on vehicle miles by year of vehicle and location. Emissions from air fleet fuel usage has been calculated using U.S. jet fuel emissions factors.

12 – Scope 3 reporting includes business travel and waste disposal. Figures for 2019 were updated from last year to include emissions from waste disposal to landfills. In 2020, Halliburton expanded waste disposal disclosure to include impacts from composting and recycling, and 2019 emissions were recalculated using the updated methodology.

13 – Emissions intensity methodology updated to break out Scope 1 and 2 from Scope 3 in line with GRI reporting practices. Halliburton is currently evaluating how best to provide a comparable Scope 3 intensity ratio as we expand the reporting envelope year on year.

14 – Global facility closures/consolidations due to market conditions resulted in a waste disposal increase.