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Summary of our performance in 2011

This summary table shows the most notable data on social, environmental and economic aspects of our activity.

2011 Indicators

Economic 2009 2010 2011
Investments (€ millions) 9,003 5,106 6,255
Investments in R&D (€ millions) 75 71 82
Tax paid (€ millions) (1) 13,890 16,168 16,387
Net profit (€ millions) (2) 1,559 4,693 2,193
Financial aid received from governments (€ millions):
Net capital grants 124 110 118
Operating grants 192 227 72
Environmental 2009 2010 2011
Total energy consumption (106 GJ) 312.78 298.65 291.12
Direct emissions of CO2 equivalent (millions of tons)(3,4) 24.08 23.34 23.13(5)
Marketing of biofuel (kilotons)(6) 660 1,449 1,770
Primary emissions into the atmosphere - SO2 (tons)(4) 72,167 63,042 56,613
Primary emissions into the atmosphere - NOx (tons)(5) 89,099 90,124 79,069
Primary emissions into the atmosphere - NMVOCs (tons)(4,7) 37,191 37,130 33,265
Pollutants discharged - Hydrocarbons (tons)(8) 230 193 167
Amount of hydrocarbon spilled which affects the environment (tons)(9) 994 923 1,391
Number of hydrocarbon spills greater than one barrel which affect the environment(10) 1,328 1,618 1,670
Hazardous waste managed(11) 218,738 403,882 507,776
Environmental investments (€ millions)(12) 246 137 622
External water withdrawal (thousands of tons) 115,266 115,805 116,220
Social 2009 2010 2011
Repsol personnel (number) 33,633 36,323 39,622
Lost time injury frequency rate (employee and contractor staff)(13) 1.4 1.2 0.9
Training in safety and occupational health (hours) 234,460 186,982 193,760
Number of deaths 9 5 4
Persons covered by collective bargaining agreement (percentage) 62 62 58
Women on staff (percentage) 26 27 27
Women in management posts (percentage) 11 11 12
Women on the Board of Directors (number) 2 2 2
Total turnover rate (percentage)(14) 7 8 7
Investment in training (€ millions) 13.02 14.24 21.03
Training per employee (hours) 30.31 34 39
Repsol staff who receive performance evaluation (percentage) 39 44 51
Disabled personnel (number) 544 599 527
Teleworkers on staff (number) 516 691 818
Incidents concerning discrimination (number)(15) 0 4 1
Voluntary social investment (€ millions) 30.25 29.93 29.36
Local purchases / total purchases (percentage)(16) 85.17 85.41 88.95
Evaluations of the performance of contractors and suppliers (number) 1,306 1,456 1,896
Audits on contractors and suppliers (number) 967 798 821
Expenditure on private and public security (US$ millions) 43.1 67.3 86.9
Litigation due to allegations of anti-competitive behavior (Number of cases initiated)(17) 0 0 0
Communications received under the Ethics and Conduct Regulation (number)(18) 26 131 212
Dismissals related to failures to comply with the Ethics and Conduct Regulation (number) 38 25 81
(1) This amount includes the tax paid, as well as collected from the Repsol YPF Group excluding Gas Natural Fenosa.
(2) 2010 included the capital gain recorded as a result of the agreement reached with Sinopec in Brazil (€2,847 million)
(3) In order to establish a common basis for comparison over time, all prior years' emissions have been adjusted in line with changes in the company's asset structure. The criteria used for adjusting this baseline are included in the oil industry guidelines for greenhouse gas reporting (API/IPIECA/OGP). In late 2010 exploration and production activities of Bermeo in Spain were transferred; therefore the inventories of 2011 and earlier years have been adjusted, eliminating emissions from the facilities sold.
(4) For data on emissions from mobile sources, only those associated with transport itself are included.
(5) Data from 2011 include N2O emissions verified as per the ISO 14064 standard.
(6) Includes the quantities of biodiesel, bioethanol and hydrobiodiesel marketed.
(7) For fugitive and vented gas emissions, only those that have been obtained from direct measurements or mass balance have been included.
(8) The 2009 and 2010 data have been modified due to improving the calculation methodology in exploration and production operations in Trinidad and Tobago.
(9) Spills greater than one barrel which affect the environment are reported, including those arising from events external to the company, which in 2011 came to 644 tons.
(10) Spills greater than one barrel which affect the environment are reported, including those arising from events external to the company, which in 2011 came to 58.
(11) Hazardous waste treated, including that produced from processing contaminated soil.
(12) Includes investments to improve the environmental quality of products.
(13) Measured as the number of lost time accidents and fatal accidents accumulated during the year per million hours worked.
(14) Total persons leaving the company / total staff on December 31 of each year.
(15)This indicator refers to verified and investigated incidents.
(16) Local purchases refers to purchases made to those suppliers based in the same country as the country of activity.
(17) Excludes information on YPF.
(18) 2009 data includes the communications received by the Ethics Committee. That for 2010 and 2011 includes communications under the Ethics and Conduct Regulation received through several channels, including the communication channel with the Ethics Committee.