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
A long tradition of efforts to incorporate the principles of sustainable development in our business is shown by the fact that we have published non-financial reports since 1997, as one of the first companies in Croatia. Since 2004 we have published Social Report, in accordance with Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines.
In 2007, INA's Sustainability Report was aligned with GRI G3 methodology, which is based on reporting on environmental protection and social impacts. The report for 2014 was for the first time consolidated with financial report in the integrated annual report, thus further emphasizing the importance given to sustainable development in the INA Group.
In January 2016, INA won the "Green Frog Award" for the 2014 Annual Report, winning the Deloitte competition for the best sustainability report in Croatia.
INA's efforts in terms of sustainability reporting have been recognised on regional, Centraleuropean level, and, in the competition of more than 70 reports, for two years in a row, it won a special recognition (ie. Disctinction) for sustainability reporting. The Commission especially rewarded the fact that INA, d.d. developed its own approach to creating reports that make social responsibility a key part of the company's development.
INA Group Integrated annual report 2016 was published on 28th of April, 2017. As in the previous year, the report was prepared in accordance with GRI G4 guidelines and Oil and Gas Sector Supplement. The Report successfully completed GRI Materiality Disclosures Services check.
For the first time, an independent revision of six reported non-financial indicators was carried out, including: energy consumption inside of the organisation, total water withdrawal by source, direct greenhouse gas emissions, energy indirect greenhouse gas emissions, total weight of waste by type and disposal method, types of injury and injury rates, occupational diseases, lost days and absenteeism, and total number of work-related fatalities. Based on the procedures and the evidence obtained, the independent auditors confirmed that this six non-financial indicators, reported in INA Group Annual Report 2016, were prepared in accordance with the GRI G4 Guidelines.
|Sustainability Reports||Document download|
|Integrated Annual Report 2016||download PDF - 8.000 KB|
|Integrated Annual Report 2015||download PDF - 4.357 KB|
|Integrated Annual Report 2014||download PDF - 4.357 KB|
|Sustainability Report 2013||download PDF - 4.003 KB|
|Sustainability Report 2012||download PDF - 3.003 KB|
|Sustainability Report 2011||download PDF - 5.003 KB|
|Sustainability Report 2010||download PDF - 1.809 KB|
|Sustainability Report 2009||download PDF - 3.233 KB|
|Sustainability Report 2008||download PDF - 3.160 KB|
Sustainability Report 2007
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|Sustainability Report 2006||download PDF - 4.303 KB|
Social Report 2005
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|HSE Report 2005||download PDF - 1.440 KB|
|Social Report 2004||download PDF - 2.489 KB|