MSM Malaysia Holdings Berhad Annual Report 2019

Electricity Consumption (kWh) CO 2 Emission (tonnes) CO 2 Emissions fromAir Travels (tonnes) Total Flights 2017 2018 2019 2017 2018 2019 2017 2018 2019 2017 2018 2019 85,221,837 63,149.4 48.4 562 69,435,255 51,451.5 66.6 1,095 47,788,573 33,165.27 46.3 566 Electricity Electricity consumption decreased by a further 31.2% in 2019 due to the start up of MSM Johor’s Steam Turbine Generator (TG) in September 2019. This means that Tenaga Nasional Berhad’s (TNB) supply of electricity is now only required when the TG trips or when there is a plant shutdown. This paves the way for greater reduction of electricity consumption going forward. GREENHOUSE GAS (GHG) & OTHER EMISSIONS GRI-305: Emissions Business Air Travel We actively attempt to reduce transport-related emissions through several initiatives. We encourage customers, suppliers and employees to adopt the usage of teleconferencing facilities; support car pooling for travels to the head office, refineries and other meeting functions; and we utilise a centralised process booking system for most of our short and long haul flights. Paper Consumption & Printing A significant decline in paper consumption and administrative costs has been achieved by encouraging double-sided printing, centralising colour printing accessible by authorised personnel only and promoting electronic communication between colleagues and clients. We have also identified areas which requires large amounts of paperwork and moved towards digitisation to reduce paper usage and enhance efficiencies. For example, currently, all Procurement tender announcements are uploaded onto our website under the Tender Announcement page at http://www. and linked with FGV’s e-procurement portal. Note: Our calculation method for GHG emission mainly for business air travel is based on the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Carbon Emissions Calculator, whereas carbon footprint is computed for each man-trip made. 53 SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 05