Sustainability Report is an organizational report that gives information on the economic, environmental and social performance of the company. It is published on an annual basis, and covers information relating to the business activities of INA, d.d. and larger INA Group companies. It contains information on key achievements and challenges and the information on sustainability topics material for INA Group and its stakeholders.
Health, safety and environmental data are monitored and reported in accordance with the directives of the International Labour Organisation and the Croatian legislation, as well as according to the monitoring methodology of work-related injuries of EU association of oil companies, CONCAWE. Emissions of substances into the environment are determined by measurement, emission factors and / or on the basis of material balance sheet.
In our reports, we try to apply the methodological innovation, to provide a complete picture of the achievements and goals in different business segments, as well as an insight into the risks that we face and how we solve them.
History of reporting in INA
The concept of sustainable development was first introduced in the late 1980s. Simultaneously, the need for disclosure of nonfinancial impact of companies (social, economic, environmental) was recognised. Nonfinancial reporting was an optional term of company conscience and responsibility, and as of 1 January 2017, it became obligatory for large companies in Europe in accordance with Directive 2014/95/EU which was transposed into the Croatian legislation by the Accounting Act (OG 78/15, 134/15, 120/16).
The importance of disclosing non-financial impacts in INA, d.d. was recognised more than 20 years ago, when the first non-financial report on environmental protection was published in INA, with an overview of environmental impacts in 1996 and 1997. After that, the Environmental protection, Health and Safety Report was issued in 2002, and in 2004, with just a few other Croatian companies, INA Group published Social Report in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines. In 2007, Sustainable Development Report was developed according to the GRI G3 methodology, which includes social and environmental reporting. The first integrated report was published in 2015. It was the first such report published in Croatia. Sustainability reports in 2016 and 2017 included selected material non-financial indicators in the scope of Independent practitioner assurance (6 indicators) and for 2018 report scope has increased to 10 material non-financial indicators.
Recognition of achievements in non-financial reporting
Every year we strive to continuously incorporate feedbacks from our stakeholders and independent reviewers in our non-financial reports, in order to make improvements, so that the information in the reports is clear, concise and transparent, and also presented in a way that readers can easily and clearly interpret them.
We are delighted that our reporting efforts have been repeatedly recognized by the expert committee at the Deloitte Green Frog Award Contest. Specifically, INA’s 2017 report was named the best sustainable development report in Croatia for 2017, making INA the third time to win such a competition. In 2015, INA was awarded the Deloitte Award for the Best Sustainability Report for 2014, and in addition to this award, it received special recognition at the Central European level (the so-called Distinction). For the 2015 Annual Report, INA received special recognition for its maturity in terms of the accuracy and importance of the content presented and its prominence over other reports. This report demonstrates the importance of the supply chain and the progress made in reporting, especially in the area of description of data that is transparently presented. The INA Group Annual Report for 2016 also received the Green Frog Award, as the best sustainability report in Croatia.
INA Group Integrated Annual report 2018 was published on 18th of April, 2018. The report was prepared in accordance with GRI Standards (core option) and Oil and Gas Sector Supplement. Also, an independent assurance of ten reported material non-financial indicators was carried out, including following GRI indicators: 302-1 Energy consumption within the organization, 303-3 Water withdrawal, 305-1 Direct greenhouse gas (GHG) Emissions (Scope 1), 305-2 Energy indirect greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (Scope 2), 306-2 Waste by type and disposal method, 306-3 Significant spills, 403-9 Work related injuries, 403-10 Work related ill health , 404-1 Average hours of training per year per employee, and 404-3 Percentage of employees receiving regular performance and career development reviews. Based on the procedures and the evidence obtained, the independent auditors confirmed that this ten non-financial indicators, reported in INA Group Annual Report 2018, were prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards.
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|Integrated Annual Report 2019||download PDF|
|GRI Content Index 2019||download PDF|
|Integrated Annual Report 2018||download PDF|
|GRI Content Index 2018||download PDF|
|Integrated Annual Report 2017||download PDF|
|Integrated Annual Report 2016||download PDF|
|Integrated Annual Report 2015||download PDF|
|Integrated Annual Report 2014||download PDF|
|Sustainability Report 2013||download PDF|
|Sustainability Report 2012||download PDF|
|Sustainability Report 2011||download PDF|
|Sustainability Report 2010||download PDF|
|Sustainability Report 2009||download PDF|
|Sustainability Report 2008||download PDF|
|Sustainability Report 2007||download PDF|
|Sustainability Report 2006||download PDF|
|Social Report 2005||download PDF|
|HSE Report 2005||download PDF|
|Social Report 2004||download PDF|
For all information related to the sustainable development in INA and Sustainability Report, you can contact the e-mail address: Odrzivi_Razvoj@ina.hr