Ecopetrol

Ecopetrol

Metrics Value

Employees (G4-10-a)

2015 = 8,731 employees

Newsweek Green Score

2015 = 33.8 /100

Environmental Fines (G4-EN29-a)

2015 = $ 15.5M

Energy Productivity

2015 = 0 %

Labor Practices Screening of New Suppliers (G4-LA14-a)

2015 = 100 %

Indirect greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (Scope 2) (G4-EN16-a)

2015 = 243,000 tonnes CO2 equivalent

UN Global Compact Participant Since

2015 = 13 May 2009

Female employees (G4-10-a)

2015 = 2,045 employees

Hazardous Waste Recycled (G4-EN23-a)

2015 = 172 tonnes

Female-to-Male basic salary ratio (G4-LA13-a)

2015 = See comment

Incidents of Discrimination (G4-HR3-a)

2015 = 3 incidents

Total Scope 1 and 2 (tCO2e)

2013 = 6722000

Engagement Intensity

2015 = Unknown %

Collective Bargaining (G4-11)

2016 = 46.9 %

Employee Turnover (G4-LA1-b)

2015 = 419 employees

Male employees (G4-10-a)

2015 = 6,686 employees

UN Global Compact Status

2015 = Active /Active,Delisted,Non-Communicating

Hazardous Waste Created (G4-EN23-a)

2015 = 174,767 tonnes

Non-Hazardous Waste (G4-EN23-a)

2015 = 38,775 tonnes

Combined Scope 1, 2 and 3 Intensity

2013 = 3340.55
+Wikipedia
Ecopetrol, formerly known as Empresa Colombiana de Petróleos S.A. (English: Colombian Petroleum Co. Not to be confused with the US owned and operated Colombian Petroleum Co. (COLPET) and sister company South American Gulf Oil Co. (SAGOC) dating to the 1930s which were taken over by the state owned Ecopetrol in the 1970s) is the largest and primary petroleum company in Colombia. As a result of its continuous growth, Ecopetrol forms part of the Fortune Global 500 and is ranked 346, it belongs to the group of the 25 largest petroleum companies in the world, and it is one of the four principal petroleum companies in Latin America.