Scope and Boundary

MOL applies the ‘control’ approach to consolidate information. The company accounts for 100 percent of the sustainability data from operations over which it has control. This includes all companies/operations where MOL or one of its subsidiaries acts as operator.
In the case of HSE data, we consider only operations which might have a significant impact on health, safety and the environment. Noteworthy changes compared to 2010 include the fact that the subsidiaries of INA d.d., the MOL operated Russian Upstream companies BaiTex LLC and Matjushkinskaya Vertical LLC, and Kalegran Ltd., our Upstream company in Iraq are now accounted for in 2011 data. HSE and energy data coverage is 99% in proportion to revenues. In the performance table we use also an equity share based approach to reporting data on GHG emissions from MOL Group related joint venture companies as well. 

Our human resources organisation uses an IT application called BI (Business Intelligence) Data Port (SDHR module) to collect – amongst other data – sustainability-related HR data from MOL Group companies. In 2011 the scope covered 37 companies including the INA mother company and Crosco and Maziva from our subsidiaries. Thus the coverage for the whole MOL Group is 93%, (those companies whose headcounts do not exceed 20 employees are not, and probably will not be integrated, even in the future, into reports). In 2010 only 29 companies were covered. This change in coverage may be liable for significant decreases or increases in certain data indicators.


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