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Global reporting initiative (GRI)

La Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) est une organisation à but non lucratif, indépendante et internationale à laquelle participent des entreprises, des ONG et d'autres parties prenantes. Sa mission est de promouvoir le développement durable. La GRI a été créée en 1997 en partenariat avec le Programme Environnement des Nations Unies (PNUE).

L'organisation a développé des lignes directrices en matière de reporting de développement durable afin de donner aux entreprises un référentiel global leur permettant de rendre compte de leurs performances économiques, environnementales et sociales. Ce reporting est aujourd'hui largement utilisé à travers le monde.

Depuis 2016, ce référentiel comprend des références aux Objectifs de Développement Durable (ODD) des Nations Unies.

En 2017, TotalEnergies a cessé d'utiliser le référentiel GRI G4 (qui était employé depuis 2014), et a adopté les "GRI Standards" en continuant de rapporter en conformité avec le niveau "Core" (critères essentiels).

La table d’index de TotalEnergies utilise des sources d'information variées toutes produites par le Groupe: le Document d’enregistrement universel 2020, le Rapport Climat 2020, le site internet du Groupe, etc.

TotalEnergies – Table de référence des standards GRI

  • Conformément au niveau "CORE" (auto-déclaré)
  • Période de reporting : 2020-2021
  • Lexique
    • URD 2020 – Document d’Enregistrement Universel (Universal Registration Document) de TotalEnergies
    • CC 2020 - Rapport Climat
    • SP – site Sustainable Performance

La correspondance des standards de GRI et des Objectifs du Développement Durable des Nations Unies (SDG) a été établie suivant l’inventaire établi par le document « Linking the SDGs and the GRI standards ».

Informations générales

GRI Standard Disclosure Sources Related SDGs
102-1 Name of the organization

TotalEnergies SE

At the Ordinary and Extraordinary Shareholders’ Meeting of May 28, 2021, shareholders approved, almost unanimously, the resolution to change the company’s name from Total to TotalEnergies, thereby anchoring its strategic transformation into a broad energy company in its identity.

URD 2020 
p. 29 - 1.7.3 An operational structure built around the Group’s major business segment

Press release
"Total is Transforming and Becoming TotalEnergies"

 
102-2 Activities, brands, products, and services

URD 2020
p. 5 – 1.1.1 Total, a broad energy company – Group’s key figures;
p. 10 - 1.1.3 Our business model; 
p. 16 – 1.3 Our strategy : from Total to TotalEnergies

 
102-3 Location of headquarters

URD 2020
p. 29 - 1.7.3 An operational structure built around the Group’s major business segment

 
102-4 Location of operations

URD 2020
p.23 – 1.6.3 Our operational excellence;
p.24 – 1.6.4 A global footprint, with local roots;
p.401 – Note 18 Consolidated scope

 
102-5 Ownership and legal form

URD 2020
p.4 – 1.1.1 Total, a broad energy company – Our shareholding;
p. 29 - 1.7.3 An operational structure built around the Group’s major business segment;
p.291 – 6.4 Shareholders

 
102-6 Markets served

URD 2020
p.43-134 – Business overview for fiscal year 2020:
p.44 – 2.1 Integrated Gas, Renewables & Power segment;
p.56 – 2.2 Exploration & Production segment;
p.63 – 2.3 Upstream oil & gas activities; 
p.75 – 2.4 Refining & Chemicals segment; 
p.83 – 2.5 Marketing & Services segment

 

 
102-7 Scale of the organization

URD 2020
p.4 - 1.1.1 Total, a broad energy company;
p.11 – 1.1.3 Our business model;
p.31 – 1.8.1 Financial performance 
 

 

 
102-8 Information on employees and other workers

SP – Employment and social inclusion > Attracting and retaining talents
SP – Social indicators

  
  
102-9 Supply Chain

SP – Supply chain

 
102-10 Significant changes to the organization and its supply chain

URD 2020
p. 30 - 1.6.4 Significant changes;
p.319 – Note 2 Changes in the Group’s structure

 
102-11 Precautionary principle or approach

URD 2020
p.102 – 3.3.3 Risk assessment and management 
Note: the precautionary approach or principle is not addressed separately, it is integrated in TotalEnergies’ risk management processes. 

 
102-12 External initiatives

TotalEnergies’ Code of conduct
SP
Our commitments and progress indicators
SP Our sustainability approach

 
102-13 Memberships of associations

List of professional associations that TotalEnergies is a member of or supports

CC 2020
p.50 – Industry associations: reviewing to work better together

ODD13

GRI Standard Disclosure Sources Related SDGs
102-14 Statement from senior decision-maker

CC 2020
p. 1 – Patrick Pouyanné’s foreword
SPThe company of responsible energies

 
102-15 Key impacts, risks and opportunities SPChallenges identification 
URD 2020 
p.90 – 3.1 Risk factors;
p.111 – 3.6.2 Severe impact risk mapping
SPClimate – Identification of climate-related risks and opportunities 
SPOur commitments and progress indicators 
SPIndicators 
 

GRI Standard Disclosure Sources Related SDGs
102-16 Values, principles, standards, and norms of behavior

TotalEnergies’ Code of conduct
TotalEnergies’ Integrity Guide

  
102-17 Mechanisms for advice and concerns about ethics

TotalEnergies’ Code of conduct p. 44 – Speaking up

  

GRI Standard Disclosure Sources Related SDGs
102-18 Governance structure SP – Our governance  
102-19 Delegating authority

URD 2020
p.173 – 4.1.5.2 Executive Committee and Group Performance Management Committee

 
102-20 Executive-level responsibility for economic, environmental, and social topics

URD 2020
p. 29 - 1.7.3 An operational structure built around the Group’s major business segment
As of end of 2020, Climate is integrated to the Strategy-Innovation which is directly represented at the Executive Committee.
The People and Social Responsibility Executive Vice President is also a member of the Executive Committee and embraces 4 key-sectors: Human Resources; Health, Safety and Environment; Security; and Civil Society Engagement. In addition, the TotalEnergies' Ethics Committee sits independently and directly reports to the Chairman.

 
102-21 Consulting stakeholders on economic, environmental, and social topics

SP – Stakeholder relationships
SP – Employment and social inclusion > Promoting social dialogue
SP Value creation for host regions > Local stakeholders engagement

  
102-22  Composition of the highest governance body and its committees SP – Our governance
  
  
102-23  Chair of the highest governance body SP – Our governance
  
102-24 Nominating and selecting the highest governance body URD 2020
p136 – p. 4.1.1 Composition of the Board of Directors
  
  
102-25  Conflicts of interest URD 2020
p. 153 – 4.1.1.2 Absence of conflicts of interest or convictions
  
102-26  Role of the highest body in setting purpose, values, and strategy SP – Our governance
  
102-27  Collective knowledge of highest governance body SP – Our governance
  
  
102-28  Evaluating the highest governance body's performance URD 2020
p. 171 – 4.1.4 Assessment of the Board of Directors’ practices
 
102-29 Identifying and managing economic, environmental, and social impacts  URD 2020
p. 165 – 4.1.2.3 Committees of the Board of Directors
  
102-30  Effectiveness of risk management processes URD 2020
p. 165 – 4.1.2.3 Committees of the Board of Directors > The Audit Committee
 
102-31 Review of economic, environmental, and social topics URD 2020
p. 169 – 4.1.2.3 Committees of the Board of Directors > The Strategy & CSR Committee
 
102-32  Highest governance body’s role in sustainability reporting

URD 2020 
p. 162 – 4.1.2.2 Activity of the Board of Directors in 2020
The Board of Directors approved on March 17th 2021 the various chapters of the Universal Registration Document 2020, including the consolidated statement of non-financial performance. 

 
102-33 Communicating critical concerns URD 2020
p. 167 – 4.1.2.3 Committees of the Board of Directors > The Governance and Ethics Committee
 
102-35  Remuneration policies URD 2020
p. 180 - 4.3 Compensation for the administration and management bodies
 
102-36 Process for determining remuneration URD 2020
p. 180 - 4.3 Compensation for the administration and management bodies
 
102-37  Stakeholders’ involvement in remuneration URD 2020
p. 182 – 4.3.2.1 Compensation of Mr. Patrick Pouyanné for fiscal year 2020
  
102-38 Annual total compensation ratio URD 2020
p. 194 - 4.3.2.1 Compensation of Mr. Patrick Pouyanné for fiscal year 2020 > Compensation ratios
 
102-39 Percentage increase in annual total compensation ratio URD 2020
p. 194 - 4.3.2.1 Compensation of Mr. Patrick Pouyanné for fiscal year 2020 > Compensation ratios
 

GRI Standard Disclosure Sources Related SDGs
102-40 List of stakeholder groups SPStakeholder relationships  
102-41 Collective bargaining agreements

SP – Employment and social inclusion > Promoting social dialogue
SP – Social indicators

  
102-42 Identifying and selecting stakeholders

SPStakeholder relationships
SP – Employment and social inclusion > Promoting social dialogue
SP – Value creation for host regions > Local stakeholders engagement

 
102-43 Approach to stakeholder engagement

SP – Stakeholder relationships
SP – Human rights
SP – Value creation for host regions > Local stakeholders engagement

 
102-44 Key topics and concerns raised SPChallenges identification  

 

GRI Standard Disclosure Sources Related SDGs

102-45

Entities included in the consolidated financial statements

URD 2020
p.401 – Note 18 Consolidated scope

 

102-46

Defining report content and topic Boundaries

SP – Challenges identification
SP – Reporting scopes and methods

 

102-47

List of material topics

SP – Challenges identification

 

102-48

Restatements of information

SP – Reporting scopes and methods
URD 2020
p.319 – Note 2 Changes in the Group’s structure

 

102-49

Changes in reporting

SP – Reporting scopes and methods
SP – Challenges identification
URD 2020 
p.319 – Note 2 Changes in the Group’s structure

 

102-50

Reporting period

Year 2020 (1st of January to 31st December)

 

102-51

Date of most recent report

Universal Registration Document 2020 published on March 31st 2021

 

102-52

Reporting cycle

Annual

 

102-53

Contact point for questions regarding the report

[email protected]

 

102-54

Claims of reporting in accordance with the GRI Standards

This report has been prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards: Core option.

 

102-55

GRI content index

SPGlobal reporting initiative

 

102-56

External Assurance

SP – Assurance report on non-financial statement
URD 2020
p. 214 – (Corporate Governance) 4.5 Statutory auditors’ report on related party agreements ;
p. 306 – 8.1 Statutory auditors’ report on the Consolidated Financial Statements;
p. 468 – 10.1 Statutory auditors’ report on the financial statements      

 

 

Sujets matériels

GRI Standard Disclosure Sources Related SDGs

Material topic: Economic performance

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

URD 2020 
p. 22 – 1.6.2 Our integrated model
SP – Challenges identification

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

URD 2020 
p. 16 – 1.3 Our strategy: from Total to TotalEnergies
SP – The company of responsible energies

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SP – Creating and sharing value
URD 2020
p.31 – 1.8.1 Financial performance

 

201-1

Direct economic value generated and distributed

SP – Creating and sharing value
URD 2020
p.31 – 1.8.1 Financial performance;
p.310 – 8.2 Consolidated statement of income; 
p.312 – 8.4 Consolidated balance sheet; 
p. 360 – Note 10 Payroll, staff and employee benefits; 
p.445 - 9.3 Report on the payments made to governments; 
p. 464 – 9.4 Reporting of payments to governments for purchase of oil, gas and minerals  

  
  

201-2

Financial implications and other risks and opportunities due to climate change

SP – Climate > Strategy > Risk management
URD 2020
p. 92 – 3.1.2 Climate challenges
CDP Climate 2021
p. 15 Risk Disclosure

  

201-3

Defined benefit plan obligations and other retirement plans

URD 2020
p. 360 – Note 10 Payroll, staff and employee benefits

 

201-4

Financial assistance received from government

 

Non available
Based on existing information, TotalEnergies does not currently receive significant assistance from governments in the countries in which it operates. 

 

Material topic: Market presence including local content

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SPValue creation for host countries
URD 2020
p.24 – 1.6.4 A global footprint, with local roots

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SPValue creation for host countries > Fostering the economic development of the regions
URD 2020
p.24 – 1.6.4 A global footprint, with local roots

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SPValue creation for host countries
SPCreating and sharing value

 

202-1

Ratios of standard entry level wage by gender compared to local minimum wage

Non available
See TotalEnergies’ compensation policy A large majority of employees are covered by laws that guarantee a minimum wage, and, whenever that is not the case, the Group’s policy ensures that compensation is above the local minimum wage.

  
ODD5
  

202-2

Proportion of senior management hired from the local community

SP – Employment and social inclusion > Promoting equal treatment of employees and banning discrimination 
SP – Social indicators

  

Material topic: Indirect economic impacts

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SPValue creation for host countries
URD 2020
p.24 – 1.6.4 A global footprint, with local roots

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SPValue creation for host countries
URD 2020 p.24 – 1.6.4 A global footprint, with local roots

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SPValue creation for host countries
URD 2020
p.24 – 1.6.4 A global footprint, with local roots

 

203-1

Infrastructure investments and services supported

SPValue creation for host countries
SPCreating and sharing value

  
ODD9
ODD11

203-2

Significant indirect economic impacts

SPCreating and sharing value
SPValue creation for host countries

  
  
  

Material topic: Procurement practices

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SP – Supply chain 

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SP – Supply chain 

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SP – Supply chain > Application of the Group’s policy to the supply chain

 

204-1

Proportion of spending on local suppliers

Not available
The company has a “local content” policy but does not report on the proportion of spending on local suppliers. 
SP – Supply chain 
SPValue creation for host countries > Fostering the economic development of the regions

  

GRI Standard Disclosure Sources Related SDGs

Material topic: Anti-corruption

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SP – Business Ethics > Fighting corruption
URD 2020 
p. 96 – 3.1.5 Risks relating to operations > Business ethics

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SP – Business Ethics > Fighting corruption
SP – Business Ethics > Prevention and fight against corruption leaflet
SP – Business Ethics > TotalEnergies’ integrity guide
TotalEnergies’ Code of conduct p. 16 – Integrity – Fraud and corruption

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SP – Business Ethics > Fighting corruption

 

205-1

Operations assessed for risks related to corruption

SP – Business Ethics > Fighting corruption > Risk assessment
URD 2020
p. 96 – 3.1.5 Risks relating to operations > Business ethics

ODD16

205-2

Communication and training about anti-corruption policies and procedures

SP – Business Ethics > Fighting corruption > Awareness raising and training

ODD16

205-3

Confirmed incidents of corruption and actions taken

URD 2020 
p. 108 – 3.5 Legal and arbitration proceedings

ODD16

Material topic: Anti-competitive behavior

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Business Ethics > TotalEnergies’ integrity guide
 

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SP – Business Ethics > TotalEnergies’ integrity guide
TotalEnergies’ Code of conduct p. 16 – Integrity – Fraud and corruption
 

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SP – Business Ethics > TotalEnergies’ integrity guide

 

206-1

Legal actions for anti-competitive behavior, antitrust, and monopoly practices

URD 2020
p. 108 – 3.5 Legal and arbitration proceedings

ODD16

Material topic: Tax

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SP – Business Ethics > Fighting tax evasion

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SP – Business Ethics > Fighting tax evasion

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SP – Business Ethics > Fighting tax evasion
 

 

207-1

Approach to tax

SP – TotalEnergies’ approach to tax
SP – Business Ethics > Fighting tax evasion

  
ODD10
ODD17

207-2

Tax Governance, control and risk management

URD 2020
p. 95 – 3.1.4 Geopolitics and development in the world > development in regulations; 
p. 105 – 3.3.4 Main characteristics of the internal control and risk management procedures relating to the preparation and processing of accounting and financial information;
p.165 – 4.1.2.3 Committees of the Board of Directors – the Audit Committee

Each year, the Group VP of Tax presents to the Audit Committee the group’s fiscal position, with a review of the main risks and litigations the group faces.
The Audit Committee and the Board of Directors are in full support of the Group’s approach to tax. The application of the Group’s tax policy is regularly discussed during the presentations to the Audit Committee. 
The management of tax risks, as well as the correct application of the Group’s tax policy, are fully integrated in the Group’s risk management process.
 

 

  
ODD10
ODD17

207-3

Stakeholder engagement and management concerns related to tax

SP – Business Ethics > Fighting tax evasion

 

  
ODD10
ODD17

207-4

Country-by-country reporting

Non available.
TotalEnergies publishes an annual report covering the payments made by the Group’s extractive affiliates to governments, country by country and project by project. Such payments include taxes levied on income, production or profits. Since 2017, TotalEnergies also files a country by country reporting to the French tax authorities, which can be exchanged with foreign tax administrations.

  
ODD10
ODD17

 

GRI Standard Disclosure Sources Related SDGs

Material topic: Materials

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

Health Safety Environment Quality Charter
SP – Challenges identification
SP – Environment
SPReporting scope and method

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SP – Environment > Promoting the circular economy

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SP – Environment > Promoting the circular economy
SP Environmental indicators

 

301-1

Materials used by weight or volume

Non available
Hydrocarbons (oil and gas) are the main raw material used by TotalEnergies in its activities. They are transformed in TotalEnergies’ processes. TotalEnergies has developed energy efficiency programs to limit its own energy consumption.

ODD8
ODD12

301-2

Recycled input materials used

 

SP – Environment > Promoting the circular economy

ODD8
ODD12

301-3

Reclaimed products and their packaging materials

 

SP – Environment > Promoting the circular economy

ODD8
ODD12

Material topic: Energy

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

Health Safety Environment Quality Charter
SP – Challenges identification
SP – Climate
SPReporting scope and method

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SP - Climate > Strategy – Acting on emissions – Acting on products – Acting on demand
CC 2020 p.18 Acting on emissions, p. 25 Acting on products, p. 34 Acting on demand

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SP Climate > Targets and metrics to measure climate-related risks and opportunities
SP Climate indicators

 

302-1

Energy consumption within the organization

SP - Climate > Targets and metrics to measure climate-related risks and opportunities
SP Climate indicators
CDP Climate 2021 
p. 64 Energy-related activities

ODD7
ODD8
ODD12
ODD13

302-2

Energy consumption outside the organization

SP Climate > Strategy – Acting on products – Acting on demand
CC 2020
p. 25 Acting on products, p. 34 Acting on demand
CDP Climate 2021
p. 64 Energy-related activities

ODD7
ODD8
ODD12
ODD13

302-3

Energy intensity

SP – Climate > Targets and metrics to measure climate-related risks and opportunities
SP Climate indicators

ODD7
ODD8
ODD12
ODD13

302-4

Reduction of energy consumption

SP – Climate > Targets and metrics to measure climate-related risks and opportunities
SP Climate indicators
ODD7
ODD8
ODD12
ODD13

302-5

Reductions in energy requirements of products and services

SP – Climate > Targets and metrics to measure climate-related risks and opportunities
SP Climate indicators
ODD7
ODD8
ODD12
ODD13

Material topic: Water

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

Health Safety Environment Quality Charter
SP – Challenges identification
SP – Environment
SPReporting scope and method

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SP – Environment > Limiting the environmental footprint

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SP – Environment > Limiting the environmental footprint 
SP Environmental indicators

 

303-1

Interactions with water as a shared resource

SP – Environment > Limiting the environmental footprint 
SP Environmental indicators
CDP Water 2021
p. 4 Dependence (to water) ;
p. 29 Risk identification and assessment procedures;
p.52 Governance

ODD6
ODD12

303-2

Management of water discharge-related impacts

 

SP – Environment > Limiting the environmental footprint
SP Environmental indicators
CDP Water 2021
p. 24 Potential water pollutants management procedures

ODD6

303-3

Water withdrawal

SP – Environment > Limiting the environmental footprint 
SP Environmental indicators
CDP Water 2021
p. 9 Water withdrawn, discharged and consumed

ODD6

303-4

Water discharge

SP – Environment > Limiting the environmental footprint
SP Environmental indicators
CDP Water 2021 
p. 10 Water withdrawn, discharged and consumed

ODD6

303-5

Water consumption

SP – Environment > Limiting the environmental footprint
SP Environmental indicators
CDP Water 2021 
p. 11 Water withdrawn, discharged and consumed

ODD6

Material topic: Biodiversity

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

Health Safety Environment Quality Charter
SP – Challenges identification
SP - Environment
SPReporting scope and method

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SP – Environment > Managing impacts to biodiversity and ecosystems during projects and operations
SP – TotalEnergies’ biodiversity ambition and commitments

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SP – Environment > Managing impacts to biodiversity and ecosystems during projects and operations

 

304-1

Operational sites owned, leased, managed in, or adjacent to, protected areas and areas of high biodiversity value outside protected areas

SP – Environment > Managing impacts to biodiversity and ecosystems during projects and operations
SP – TotalEnergies’ biodiversity ambition and commitments
URD 2020
 
p. 514 – 11.2 World Economic Forum (WEF/IBC) Core ESG metrics – Nature loss

The company has developed a Biodiversity Register including 100 % of its operational sites owned, leased, managed in, or adjacent to, protected areas and areas of high biodiversity value outside protected areas. The register is used for the identification of sensitive biodiversity areas are achieved through an internal GIS (Geographical Information System) tool using monthly updated biodiversity data prepared by the UNE-WCMC.
Full avoidance of certain biodiversity priority areas and activities is applied:
-    The Group does not conduct oil and gas exploration or extraction operations at natural sites included on the UNESCO World Heritage List . 
-    The Group does not conduct any oil exploration activities in Arctic sea ice. 
The Group develops biodiversity action plans (BAPs) for operated production sites located in the most sensitive protected areas corresponding to International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) I to IV and Ramsar protected areas, and for each new project located in a IUCN Protected area I or II or a Ramsar area, the Group commits to implement measures to produce a net positive impact on biodiversity. BAPs can also be developed on a voluntary basis outside these priority areas when necessary.

ODD6
ODD14
ODD15

304-2

Significant impacts of activities, products, and services on biodiversity

SP – Environment > Managing impacts to biodiversity and ecosystems during projects and operations

Impacts are assessed using environmental impact assessments (EIAs) which include biodiversity baselines. Biodiversity impacts are managed, monitored and reported according to the site environmental management system and or specific Biodiversity Action Plan. These actions form part of the standard biodiversity management procedures as per the Group Biodiversity Policy requirement. 

The Group is progressively integrating biodiversity to its Sustainable Procurement Road Map.
 

ODD6
ODD14
ODD15

304-3

Habitats protected or restored

SP – Environment > Managing impacts to biodiversity and ecosystems during projects and operations

For sites which are ceasing operations, we commit to considering the development of a dedicated area rich in biodiversity (e.g. rare species habitats, biodiversity sanctuaries, etc.) as one of the options for their rehabilitation. 

ODD6
ODD14
ODD15

304-4

IUCN Red List species and national conversation list species with habitats in areas affected by operations

Non available
The Group develops biodiversity action plans for its operated production sites located in the most sensitive protected areas corresponding to International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) I to IV sites or Ramsar Convention (wetlands) protected areas, and for each new project located in a IUCN Protected area I or II or a Ramsar area, the Group commits to implement measures to produce a net positive impact on biodiversity.

ODD6
ODD14
ODD15

Material topic: Emissions

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

Health Safety Environment Quality Charter
SP – Challenges identification
SPClimate
SP Environment
SPReporting scope and method

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SP – Climate > Strategy
SP – Environment > Limiting the environmental footprint
CC 2020
p.18 Acting on emissions, p. 25 Acting on products, p. 34 Acting on demand, p.40 Investing in carbon sinks;

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SP – Climate > Targets and metrics to measure climate-related risk and opportunities
SPClimate indicators
SP – Environment > Limiting the environmental footprint
SP Environmental indicators

 

305-1

Direct (scope 1) greenhouse gas emissions

SP – Climate > Targets and metrics to measure climate-related risk and opportunities
SPClimate indicators
CDP Climate 2021
 p. 36 Targets and performance

ODD3
ODD12
ODD13
ODD14
ODD15

305-2

Energy indirect (scope 2) greenhouse gas emissions

SP – Climate > Targets and metrics to measure climate-related risk and opportunitie
SPClimate indicators
CDP Climate 2021
p. 36 Targets and performance

ODD3
ODD12
ODD13
ODD14
ODD15

305-3

Other indirect (scope 3) greenhouse gas emissions

SP – Climate > Targets and metrics to measure climate-related risks and opportunities
SPClimate indicators
CC 2020
p.15 Scope 3: new objectives
CDP Climate 2021
p. 52 Scope 3 emissions data

ODD3
ODD12
ODD13
ODD14
ODD15

305-4

GHG emissions intensity

SP – Climate > Targets and metrics to measure climate-related risks and opportunities
SPClimate indicators
CC 2020
p.17 An indicator to measure product carbon intensity

ODD13
ODD14
ODD15

305-5

Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions

SP – Climate > Targets and metrics to measure climate-related risks and opportunities
CC 2020
p.18 Acting on emissions, p. 25 Acting on products, p. 34 Acting on demand, p.40 Investing in carbon sinks ;

CDP Climate 2021
p. 51 Emissions data

ODD13
ODD14
ODD15

305-6

Emissions of ozone-depleting substances (ODS)

Non available
ODS emissions are non-material for the company

ODD3
ODD12

305-7

Nitrogen oxides (NOX), sulfur oxides (SOX), and other significant air emissions

SP – Environment > Limiting the environmental footprint 
SP Environmental indicators

ODD3
ODD12
ODD14
ODD15

Material topic: Effluents and waste

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

Health Safety Environment Quality Charter
SP – Challenges identification
SP – Environment
SPReporting scope and method

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SP – Environment
SP – Environment > Promoting the circular economy

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SP – Environment > Promoting the circular economy
SP Environmental indicators

 

 306-1

Waste generation and significant waste-related impacts

SP – Environment > Promoting the circular economy
SP – Environmental indicators 

ODD3
ODD6
ODD11
ODD12

306-2

Management of significant waste-related impacts

 

SP – Environment > Promoting the circular economy 
SP – Environmental indicators 
ODD3
ODD6
ODD11
ODD12

306-3

Waste generated

 

SP – Environment > Promoting the circular economy 
SP – Environmental indicators 
ODD3
ODD11
ODD12

306-4

Waste diverted from disposal 

SP – Environment > Promoting the circular economy 
SP – Environmental indicators 
ODD3
ODD11
ODD12

306-5

Waste directed to disposal 

SP – Environment > Promoting the circular economy 
SP – Environmental indicators 
ODD3
ODD11
ODD12

Material topic: Environmental compliance

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

Health Safety Environment Quality Charter
SP – Challenges identification
SPClimate
SP Environment
SPReporting scope and method

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SPClimate
SP Environment

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SPClimate
SP Environment

 

307-1

Non-compliance with environmental laws and regulations

URD 2020
p.108 - 3.5 Legal and arbitration proceedings
CDP Water 2021
p. 24 Compliance impact

The amounts of environmental fines and penalties are not publicly reported but are tracked internally through an internal performance indicator, following TotalEnergies’ methodology for recording environmental penalties (fines imposed by the local administrative authorities to which a site is subject). 

ODD16

GRI Standard Disclosure Sources Related SDGs

Material topic: Employment

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SPReporting scope and method
SPEmployment and social inclusion
URD 2020
p. 22 – 1.6.1 Our employees

 

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SPEmployment and social inclusion > Attracting and retaining talents
URD 2020
p. 22 – 1.6.1 Our employees

 

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SPEmployment and social inclusion > Attracting and retaining talents
SP – Social indicators
In order to improve the Group’s social performance, employees’ expectations are regularly addressed, for instance through the TotalEnergies survey, an employees’ satisfaction survey carried out every two years. 

 

401-1

New employee hires and employee turnover

SP – Social indicators

ODD5
ODD8
ODD10

401-2

Benefits provided to full-time employees that are not provided to temporary or part-time employees

Non available
While the company reports on its workforce breakdown by employment contract, it does not report on benefits that are not provided to temporary employees

ODD3
ODD5
ODD8

401-3

Parental leave

 

SPEmployment and social inclusion > Ensuring a high level of commitment based on respect for each other and improving quality of work

Maternity leave is available for all female employees within the Group.

In 2020, 880 women took maternity leave within the Group and 720 (81 %) of them had a pay rise when they returned to work as a result of pay rise policies applicable generally in the Group. 

 

ODD5
ODD8

Material topic: Labor/management relations

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SPReporting scope and method
SPEmployment and social inclusion
URD 2020
p. 22 – 1.6.1 Our employees

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SPEmployment and social inclusion > Promoting social dialogue
URD 2020
p. 22 – 1.6.1 Our employees

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SPEmployment and social inclusion > Promoting social dialogue
SP – Social indicators

 

402-1

Minimum notice periods regarding operational changes

Non available

This information depends upon local working conditions and regulations in the 130 countries in which the Group operates, hence it is not aggregated at Group level. Group policies are adapted by subsidiaries and entities based on local parameters.

ODD8

Material topic: Freedom of association and collective bargaining

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SPReporting scope and method
SPEmployment and social inclusion
SPSupply chain

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SPEmployment and social inclusion > Promoting social dialogue
SPSupply chain
Human rights guide
p. 21 Collective bargaining and freedom of association

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SPEmployment and social inclusion > Promoting social dialogue
SP – Social indicators
SPSupply chain > Application of the Group’s policy to the supply chain

 

407-1

Operations and suppliers in which the right to freedom of association and collective bargaining may be at risk

Non available
The right to freedom of association and collective bargaining is a fundamental human right in the workplace as defined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in the fundamental Conventions of the ILO.
The Group complies with these international standards and has identified human rights at work as a salient human rights issue. 
Human rights at work is part of the framework used in the ethical assessments carried out worldwide by the Ethics Committee, the Human Rights department and a third party. Based on findings, subsidiaries define and implement action plans and monitoring measures as needed. 

SPSupply chain > Application of the Group’s policy to the supply chain
URD 2020
p. 119 – 3.6.4.2 Procedures for assessing suppliers

 

ODD8

Material topic: Occupational health and safety

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

Health Safety Environment Quality Charter

SP – Challenges identification
SPReporting scope and method
SP – People’s health and safety

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SP – People’s health and safety
TotalEnergies’ Code of conduct 
p. 26 – The Code of conduct and our employees

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SP – People’s health and safety
SP Health and safety indicators

 

403-1

Occupational health and safety management system

Health Safety Environment Quality Charter

SP – People’s health and safety

ODD8

403-2

Hazard identification, risk assessment, and incident investigation

SP – People’s health and safety > Preventing the occurrence of major industrial accidents > Preventing transport accidents > Preventing occupational accidents

ODD8

403-3

Occupational health services

SP – People’s health and safety > Preventing occupational health risks

ODD8

403-4

Worker participation, consultation, and communication on occupational health and safety

SP – People’s health and safety > Preventing occupational accidents > Preventing transport accidents > Preventing occupational health risks

ODD8
ODD16

403-5

Worker training on occupational health and safety

SP – People’s health and safety > Preventing occupational accidents > Preventing occupational health risks

ODD8

403-6

Promotion of worker health

SP – People’s health and safetyPreventing occupational health risks

ODD3

403-7

Prevention and mitigation of occupational health and safety impacts

SP – People’s health and safety > Preventing occupational accidents > Preventing transport accidents > Preventing occupational health risks
ODD8

403-8

Workers covered by an occupational health and safety management system

SP Health and safety indicators
SPReporting scope and method > Scopes (Safety reporting)

ODD8

403-9

Work-related injuries

SP Health and safety indicators

ODD3
ODD8
ODD16

403-10

Work-related ill injuries

SP Health and safety indicators

ODD3
ODD8
ODD16

Material topic: Training and education

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SPReporting scope and method
SPEmployment and social inclusion

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SPEmployment and social inclusion > Maintaining long-term employability in the workforce

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

 

SPEmployment and social inclusion > Maintaining long-term employability in the workforce
SP Social indicators

 

404-1

Average hours of training per year per employee

SP Social indicators

ODD4
ODD5
ODD8
ODD10

404-2

Programs for upgrading employee skills and transition assistance programs

SPEmployment and social inclusion > Maintaining long-term employability in the workforce
ODD8

404-3

Percentage of employees receiving regular performance and career development reviews

SP Social indicators
ODD5
ODD8
ODD10

Material topic: Diversity and equal opportunity

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SPReporting scope and method
SPEmployment and social inclusion 

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SPEmployment and social inclusion > Promoting equal treatment of employees and banning discrimination

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SPEmployment and social inclusion > Promoting equal treatment of employees and banning discrimination
SP – Social indicators

 

405-1

Diversity of governance bodies and employees

SPEmployment and social inclusion > Promoting equal treatment of employees and banning discrimination
ODD5
ODD8

405-2

Ratio of basic salary and remuneration of women to men

 

Partially available

With regard to compensation, the Group has been adopting specific measures to prevent and compensate for discriminatory wage differentials since 2010. Regular audits are conducted during salary-raise campaigns to ensure equal pay among men and women holding positions with the same level of responsibility.
In France, a Gender Equality in the Workplace Index based on a score of 100 and comprising five indicators that concern compensation gaps between men and women and the actions taken to eliminate these gaps, has been published since 2019 for the three Social and Economic Units (UES).

  

ODD5
ODD8
ODD10

Material topic: Non-discrimination

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SPReporting scope and method
SPEmployment and social inclusion

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SPEmployment and social inclusion > Promoting equal treatment of employees and banning discrimination

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SPEmployment and social inclusion > Promoting equal treatment of employees and banning discrimination
SP – Social indicators

 

406-1

Incidents of discrimination and corrective actions taken

In 2020, 56 alleged breaches to the Group’s integrity rules related to interpersonal relations were reported to the company’s corporate level through the Worldwide Human Resources Survey. 
ODD5
ODD8

 

GRI Standard Disclosure Sources Related SDGs

Material topic: Child labor

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SPReporting scope and method
SPHuman rights

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SPHuman rights > Respect of human rights in the workplace
SP Supply chain > Application of the Group’s policy to the supply chain > Actions taken by the Group to promote responsible purchasing
Human rights guide
p. 22 Prohibition on forced labour and child labour

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SPHuman rights > Respect of human rights in the workplace
SP Supply chain > Application of the Group’s policy to the supply chain

URD 2020 
p. 119 – 3.6.4.1 Procedures for assessing Subsidiaries > Assessments regarding human rights ; p. 119 – 3.6.4.2 Procedures for assessing Suppliers

 

408-1

Operations and suppliers at significant risk for incidents of child labor

Non available
Forced and child labor have been identified as risks of severe negative impacts on human rights from our activities as well as from our suppliers’ activities (they have been identified as “salient issues” based on the UN reporting framework on human rights). A new supplier qualification process has been implemented with a framework that notably covers human rights. Suppliers audit are carried out. Rather than to report on incident indicators, TotalEnergies approach is to implement preventive action plans to avoid such incidents and to foster capacity building of suppliers and stakeholders. 

ODD8
ODD16

Material topic: Forced or compulsory labor

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SPReporting scope and method
SPHuman rights

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SPHuman rights > Human rights in the workplace
SP Supply chain > Application of the Group’s policy to the supply chain > Actions taken by the Group to promote responsible purchasing
Human rights guide
p. 22 Prohibition on forced labour and child labour 

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SPHuman rights > Respect of human rights in the workplace
SP Supply chain > Application of the Group’s policy to the supply chain
URD 2020 
p. 119 – 3.6.4.1 Procedures for assessing Subsidiaries > Assessments regarding human rights ; p. 119 – 3.6.4.2 Procedures for assessing Suppliers

 

409-1

Operations and suppliers at significant risk for incidents of forced or compulsory labor

Non available
Forced and child labor have been identified as risks of severe negative impacts on human rights from our activities as well as from our suppliers’ activities (they have been identified as “salient issues” based on the UN reporting framework on human rights). A new supplier qualification process has been implemented with a framework that notably covers human rights. Suppliers audit are carried out. Rather than to report on incident indicators, TotalEnergies approach is to implement preventive action plans to avoid such incidents and to foster capacity building of suppliers and stakeholders.

ODD8

Material topic: Security practices

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SPReporting scope and method
SPHuman rights

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SPHuman rights > Respect for human rights in security-related activities
Human rights guide
p. 35 Human rights and security

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SPHuman rights > Respect for human rights in security-related activities
SPVPSHR report

 

410-1

Security personnel trained in human rights policies or procedures

SPHuman rights > Respect for human rights in security-related activities
SPVPHSR report

ODD16

Material topic: Rights of indigenous people

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SPReporting scope and method
SPHuman rights

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

Human rights guide
p. 32 Indigenous peoples
SPValue creation for host countries > Local stakeholders engagement
TotalEnergies policy regarding indigenous people

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

Human rights guide
p. 32 Indigenous peoples
SPHuman rights > Assessments
TotalEnergies policy regarding indigenous people

 

411-1

Incidents of violations involving rights of indigenous people

URD 2020
p.122 – 3.6.8.1 Human rights
TotalEnergies does not publish a quantitative indicator

ODD2

Material topic: Human rights assessment

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SPReporting scope and method
SPHuman rights

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SPHuman rights > Assessments

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SPHuman rights > Assessments 

 

412-1

Operations that have been subject to human rights reviews or impact assessments

SPHuman rights > Assessments
URD 2020
p.122 – 3.6.8.1 Human rights

 

412-2

Employee training on human rights policies or procedures

SPHuman rights > Awareness-raising and training 

 

412-3

Significant investment agreements and contracts that include human rights clauses or that underwent human rights screening

SP – Value creation for host countries > Operational societal approach
The company does not publish a quantitative indicator

 

GRI Standard Disclosure Sources Related SDGs

Material topic: Local communities

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SPReporting scope and method
SPValue creation for host countries
SPHuman rights

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SPValue creation for host countries > Managing societal challenges related to the Group’s activities
 

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SPValue creation for host countries > Managing societal challenges related to the Group’s activities
SPHuman rights > Assessments
 

 

413-1

Operations with local community engagement, impact assessments, and development programs

SPValue creation for host countries > Managing societal challenges related to the Group’s activities activities
URD 2020  
p.122 – 3.6.8.1 Human rights
The company does not publish a quantitative indicator 

 

413-2

Operations with significant potential or actual negative impacts on local communities

SPSP – Value creation for host countries > Managing societal challenges related to the Group’s activities
URD 2020  
p.122 – 3.6.8.1 Human rights
The company does not publish a quantitative indicator 

ODD1
ODD2

Material topic: Socioeconomic compliance

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

TotalEnergies’ code of conduct
TotalEnergies’ integrity guide
URD 2020 
p.104 – 3.3.3.3 Systems in place > Regarding risks relating to changes in the regulatory environment and business ethics

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

TotalEnergies’ code of conduct
TotalEnergies’ integrity guide
URD 2020 
p.104 – 3.3.3.3 Systems in place > Regarding risks relating to changes in the regulatory environment and business ethics

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

 

TotalEnergies’ code of conduct
TotalEnergies’ integrity guide
URD 2020 
p.104 – 3.3.3.3 Systems in place > Regarding risks relating to changes in the regulatory environment and business ethics

 

419-1

Non-compliance with laws and regulations in the social and economic area

URD 2020 
p. 108 – 3.5 Legal and arbitration proceedings

ODD16

GRI Standard Disclosure Sources Related SDGs

Material topic: Supplier environmental assessment

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SP – Supply chain
URD 2020 
p. 113 – 3.6.2.3 Suppliers

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SP – Supply chain > Application of the Group’s policy to the supply chain
SPSupply chain > Fundamental Principles of Purchasing

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

 

SP – Supply chain > Application of the Group’s policy to the supply chain
URD 2020 
p.119 – 3.6.4.2 Procedures for assessing suppliers;
p. 132 – 3.6.8.5 Suppliers

 

308-1

New suppliers that were screened using environmental criteria

SP – Supply chain > Application of the Group’s policy to the supply chain
URD 2020 
p. 132 – 3.6.8.5 Suppliers

 

308-2

Negative environmental impacts in the supply chain and actions taken

SP – Supply chain > Application of the Group’s policy to the supply chain
The company does not publish a quantitative indicator 

 

Material topic: Supplier social assessment

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

SP – Challenges identification
SP - Supply chain
URD 2020 
p. 132 – 3.6.8.5 Suppliers

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SP – Supply chain > Application of the Group’s policy to the supply chain
SPSupply chain > Fundamental Principles of Purchasing

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SP – Supply chain > Application of the Group’s policy to the supply chain
URD 2020 
p.119 – 3.6.4.2 Procedures for assessing suppliers;
p. 132 – 3.6.8.5 Suppliers

 

414-1

New suppliers that were screened using social criteria

SP – Supply chain > Application of the Group’s policy to the supply chain
URD 2020 
p. 132 – 3.6.8.5 Suppliers

ODD5
ODD8
ODD16

414-2

Negative social impacts in the supply chain and actions taken

SP – Supply chain > Application of the Group’s policy to the supply chain
URD 2020 
p. 132 – 3.6.8.5 Suppliers

ODD5
ODD8
ODD16

GRI Standard Disclosure Sources Related SDGs

Material topic: Customer health and safety

103-1

Explanation of the material topic and its boundary

Health Safety Environment Quality Charter
SP – Challenges identification
SPReporting scope and method
SP – People's health and safety

 

103-2

The management approach and its components

SP – People's health and safety > Limiting risks for the health and safety of consumers

 

103-3

Evaluation of the management approach

SP – People's health and safety > Limiting risks for the health and safety of consumers

 

416-1

 

Assessment of the health and safety impacts of product and service categories

SP – People's health and safety > Limiting risks for the health and safety of consumers
The company does not publish a quantitative indicator. 

 

416-2

Incidents of non-compliance concerning the health and safety impacts of products and services

Non available

There are no legal proceedings, including any proceeding of which the Company is aware that are pending or threatened against the Company, that could have, or could have had a material impact on the Group’s financial situation or profitability.
 

ODD16