2021 Report

Units 2021 2020
Economic and Community Impact

Total revenue

$000,000s

4,681

3,241

Wages and employee benefits

$000,000s

211

181

Dividends

$000,000s

7

181

Community investment

$000,000s

540

473

Indigenous suppliers utilized

$000s

89

51

Indigenous spending

$000,000s

10,5

12,3

Partnerships with Indigenous Communities1

count (#)

21

-

Product Recovered

Crude oil recovered

m3

253,983

265,027

Metal recovered

metric tonnes

197,310

150,400

Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Scope 1 - direct emissionsii

tCO2e

116,157

132,338

Midstream Infrastructure

tCO2e

84,310

33,509

Environmental Solutions and Fluid Management

tCO2e

31,847

32,829

Scope 2 - electricity

tCO2e

106,569

111,510

Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions

tCO2e

222,726

243,848

Greenhouse Gas Emission Intensity

Scope 1 greenhouse gas intensityiii

kg CO2e/unit received or shipped

31.72

35.02

Midstream Infrastructure

kg CO2e/m3

4.59

5.35

Landfills

kg CO2e/tonne

1.40

3.49

Metal Recycling

kg CO2e/tonne

25.72

26.18

Scope 2 greenhouse gas intensity

kg CO2/unit received or shipped

7.49

7.70

Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse gas intensity

kg CO2/unit received or shipped

39.2

43.4

Reduction in Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse gas intensity

percentage

-9%

-

Emissions Attributed to Fleet

Total fuel use

000s litres

10,071

8,633

Scope 1 greenhouse gas fleet emissionsiv

tCO2e

26,778

23,330

Change in Scope 1 greenhouse gas fleet emissions

percentage

15%

-

Renewable fuels

percentage

0%

0%

Processing Emissions Produced the Following Emissions

Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) - Canadav

tonnes

42.35

40.71

Particulate Matter (PM10) - Canada

tonnes

149.70

106.36

Energy

Total electricity consumption

kWh

143,685,566

149,248,800

Reduction in electrical power consumption

percentage

-4%

-

Renewable sources

kWh

40,723,684

-

Renewable sources

percentage

28%

-

Energy intensity for Midstream Infrastructure

kWh/000s m3 fluids handled

7.70

7.66

Units 2021 2020
Water

Fresh water interactions (withdrawn, consumed, discharged)vi

000s m3

1,336

1,541

Fresh water discharged to watershed

000s m3

718

976

Fresh water withdrawn and consumed

000s m3

618

565

Leachate avoided due to staged and permanent capping

000s m3

187

-

Leachate produced

000s m3

439

843

Spills

Significant spillsvii

count (#)

1

0

Released substances from significant spills

m3

98.8

0

1st Party reportable spillsviii

count (#)

12

7

Released substances from reportable spills

m3

128

56

Spill intensity reportable and significant spills

m3/MM3 fluids handled

6.32

2.60

Asset Integrity

Spend

$000s

3,300

809

Inspections

count (#)

632

485

Abandonment and Reclamation

Total wells abandoned

count (#)

10

5

Reclaimed customer land

hectares (ha)

307

371

Contaminated soil treated on customer's sitesix

tonnes

41,807

766

Trees planted for customers

count (#)

5,100

22,500

Hazardous Waste Generation

Recyclable hazardous waste generatedx

tonnes

45,638

-

Volume of oil recycled from hazardous waste generatedxi

m3

15,192

-

Hazardous process waste generated at Midstream Infrastructure and

Environmental Solutions business segment facilities in Canada

tonnes

56,169

-

Health and Safety

Senior leader safety engagementxii

count (#)

348

81

Hazard ID close-out

percentage

98%

99%

Average number of days to close

count (#)

-

22

HSE training compliance

percentage

70%

100%

Fatalities

count (#)

0

0

Total recordable injury rate employees and contractors (TRIR)xiii

per 200,000 exposure hours

0.78

0.94

Total recordable injury rate employees (TRIR)

per 200,000 exposure hours

0.79

0.85

Lost time injury rate employees and contractors (LTIR)xiv

per 200,000 exposure hours

0.10

0.17

Lost time injury rate employees (LTIR)

per 200,000 exposure hours

0.10

0.18

Motor vehicle incident rate (MVIR)xv

per 1,000,000 km driven

1.49

1.63

Serious injuries and fatalities potential (SIF(P)) ratexvi

per 200,000 exposure hours

0.20

0.31

Average hours on learning management systems (LMS) safety trainingxvii

hours

-

-

Units 2021 2020
Our People

Permanent employees

count (#)

2050

2117

Men

percentage

79%

77%

Women

percentage

21%

23%

Median age

count (#)

40.5

40

Average tenure

years

5.73

5.73

Employee - full-time

percentage

98%

2%

Employee - temporary/contractor

percentage

2%

2%

Leadership and personal development training

hours

2090

3010

Internal transfers and promotions

count (#)

264

271

Employee fitness allowance reimbursement

$000s

758

731

Employees in remote/rural locationsxviii

percentage

36%

34%

Employee turnover

percentage

26%

38%

Involuntary

percentage

11%

28%

Voluntary

percentage

15%

10%

Diversity

Women in senior leadership positions (above manager)xix

percentage

11%

12%

Women in leadership positions (manager and above)xx

percentage

15%

14%

Women in STEM positionsxxi

percentage

6%

7%

Women on Board of Directors

percentage

25%

25%

Women leading Board of Director committees

percentage

50%

25%

Governance

Size of Board of Directors

count

8

8

Independent Directors

percentage

88%

75%

Independent Audit Committee

Yes

Yes

Average Board meeting attendance

percentage

97%

100%

Majority Voting Policy

Yes

Yes

Code of Business Conduct

Yes

Yes

Methodology and Sources

Data Metrics Methodology and Sources

Economic Impact

i. Partnerships with Indigenous Communities is defined as Economic Participation Agreements where both parties agree to cooperate in advancing their mutual interests and seeking collaboration on future projects. Economic participation agreements range from Letters of Intent, Memorandums of Understanding to Service Agreements and Joint Ventures. These agreements are typically written agreements.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions

ii. Scope 1 Direct greenhouse gas emissions in Canada and the U.S. include fleet vehicles, yellow iron equipment, Midstream Processing operational facilities, Environmental Solutions and Fluid Management facilities. Determined using “B.C. Methodological Guidance for Quantifying Greenhouse Gas Emissions” and “IPCC’s Second Assessment Report (SAR).”

iii. Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas intensity is calculated only for Midstream Processing Facilities, Landfills and Metal Recycling. SECURE continues to work on establishing intensity metrics for additional lines of business.

iv. Scope 1 greenhouse gas fleet emissions was calculated using all company fleet and yellow iron equipment. Emission factors and calculation methodology were determined using the “B.C. Methodological Guidance for Quantifying Greenhouse Gas Emissions,” specifically Table 8: Fleet Fuels – Unmixed and Table 16: Sample Emissions Calculation.

v. Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) and Particulate Matter (PM10) determined using US EPA AP-42 Chapter 1: External Combustion Sources.

Water

vi. Total water withdrawn, consumed and discharged is tracked at the Midstream Infrastructure business segment facilities in Canada and the U.S. and any other fixed facilities consuming water in the Environmental Solutions and Fluid Management business segment.

Spills

vii. A significant spill at a Midstream Processing Facility is one that is outside of containment, impacts land or water and triggers the activation of SECURE’s Corporate Emergency Support Team.

viii. First party reportable spills at Midstream Processing Facilities are determined by operating jurisdiction. Products included in reportable spills are produced fluids, crude oil, test fluids or production chemicals.

Abandonment and Reclamation

ix. Contaminated soil treated on customer’s sites in 2020 is reflective of Tervita’s operations.

Hazardous Waste

x. Recyclable hazardous waste generated is defined as internal dangerous oilfield waste and solid waste volumes from our facilities sent to Lindbergh, Unity and Hughenden caverns in Canada.

xi. Volume of oil recycled from hazardous waste generated is defined as the sum of cut oil from the volumes of internal dangerous oilfield waste and solid waste volumes from our facilities sent to Lindbergh, Unity and Hughenden caverns in Canada.

Safety

xii. Senior leader safety engagement with front line workers. This includes safety meetings, site visits and safety stand downs only for SECURE in 2021.

xiii. TRIR is the ratio of recordable injuries to hours worked. The ratio normalizes the recordable injuries and exposure hours back to how many workers would get injured for every 100 workers over the course of a year.

xiv. LTIR is the ratio of lost time injuries to hours worked. The ratio normalizes the lost time injuries and exposure hours back to how many workers would get injured for every 100 workers over the course of one year.

xv. MVIR is the number of preventable motor vehicle incidents per 1,000,000 kilometres driven.

xvi. SIF(P)R ratio normalizes the serious injury incidents or near misses and exposure hours back to how many workers would face a serious injury or near miss situation per 100 workers over the course of a year.

xvii. Average hours on learning management systems (LMS) Safety training was not achievable to accurately calculate given the integration of the two companies and three types of LMS systems.

People

xviii. Based on Definition of Statistics Canada Population Centre and Rural Area Classification, 2016. Tervita’s employee information validated by work location, SECURE’s employee information validated by residence address and assumed employees work close to their residence.

xix. Women in senior leadership positions (above manager), average of combined company and a percentage of all senior leadership positions, not full employee base.

xx. Women in leadership positions – Managers as defined as having direct reports. Average of combined company and a percentage of all managerial positions, not the full employee base.

xxi. Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, based on Statistics Canada 2016 Census definition. Average of combined company. Percentage of women in STEM positions when compared to all STEM positions.