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Performance Data Summary

The following environmental and social metrics quantify material emissions, discharges and workplace impacts from our operations. We have tracked these for several years and they mainly represent normal, efficient operations.

Owned ships operated (average)# ships61808487104
Cargo volume carriedmillion tonnes5052555766
RevenueUS$ million1,7091,7181,2601,0871,488
Emissions (owned fleet)
At Sea
EEOI CO2 Index1 KPIgrams CO2
per tonne-mile
CO2 (Scope 1 emissions from our owned dry bulk fleet)metric tonnes705,100902,0001,043,0001,028,0001,313,000
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)kg/month0.580.450.300.460.32
On Shore
CO2 (Scope 2+3 emissions from headquarter activities)2metric tonnes1,2691,2931,3291,0671,135
Fuel Consumed (purchased for owned & chartered fleet)3
Heavy fuel oilmetric tonnes716,000727,400749,700804,500919,900
Low sulphur fuel oilmetric tonnes69,50061,700000
Low sulphur marine gas oil (& diesel prior to 2015)metric tonnes11,50020,60069,20078,00087,400
Fuel Consumed (owned fleet)metric tonnes226,000289,000334,000329,000420,000
Garbage landedm3/month/ship4.033.572.632.973.67
Garbage discharged to sea (foodwaste + cargo residue)m3/month/ship1.641.581.180.941.30
Engine room bilge water discharged to seam3/month/ship8.717.978.446.806.19
Sludge incinerated
MARPOL pollution incidents KPI
Working Conditions
Shore-based staff# staff380340330330335
Women in workforce%4142454244
Shore staff nationalities#3031312727
Shore staff by age
20-29 years old%1617141515
30-39 years old%3132353436
40-49 years old%2629282727
50-59 years old%2016181817
>60 years old%76565
Shore staff by region
N. America%34588
S. America%2313523
Seafarers (dry bulk fleet)#2,3002,9003,0003,0003,400
Seafarers by age
<20 years old%42211
20-29 years old%3537333637
30-39 years old%3232333231
40-49 years old%2122252424
>50 years old%87777

Seafarers by nationality
Russian & other%22222
Shore staff retention%8480808087
Shore staff under share award scheme%3736362325
Seafarer retention
Health & Safety
Injury frequency (TRCF) KPI# per million
man hours
Injury frequency (LTIF) KPI# per million
man hours
Crew fatalities#010114
Deficiencies per PSC inspection KPI#0.40.910.910.740.54
Zero deficiency rate in PSC%7168707278
Near-miss reports#676689539783672
Navigational accidents#300035
Development & Training
Shore staff external trainingstaff %3257554847
Seafarer/officer training seminars#55445
Ships per safety/training manager#66788
Officer cadets per ship#3 .73 .02 .42 .01 .5
Supply Chain Management
Bunker suppliers#3238272627
Incidents of corruption#00000
Community Investment
Sponsorship & donationsUS$,00080218715558
1 Our CO2 emissions have been calculated using the industry-standard ship Energy Efficiency Operational Indicator (EEOI) method since 2013.

2 Emissions from our headquarter office consumption and activities includes emissions from staff commuting and business air travel, air
conditioning, lighting and computer and office equipment, as well as paper and fresh water consumption (audit period: July 2016 to June 2017).

3 In 2017, we purchased more low sulphur marine gas oil (and no low sulphur fuel oil or marine diesel oil) to fuel our larger fleet of ships over
longer sailing distances (on average), and to meet emission regulations limiting fuel sulphur content to no more than 0.1% in designated
emission control areas where our ships frequently trade.

4 Regretfully an off-duty crew member died of non-work related causes. Additionally, the fatal fall of a stevedore in Thailand who failed to follow
our prescribed safe working practices was deemed to be outside our scope of responsibility.

5 We sustained three minor navigational accidents in 2017. One of our ships sustained hull damage from floating ice east of Russia which could
have been avoided through better voyage planning and weather monitoring. Another of our ships made minor contact with a coastal vessel
while avoiding an incident with a third vessel, despite having a Yangtze River pilot on board at the time. And one of our ships dragged anchor in
Bangladesh and made soft contact with a vessel anchored close astern despite using our ship's propulsion to try avoid contact. None of these
incidents resulted in any injury or pollution. The lessons learned have been shared with our ship's crews through publication of a fleet circular
and discussion in our pre-joining, on-board training and officers safety seminars.

Our EEOI and other environmental and safety KPI data in this report has been measured or calculated in accordance with industry standards, and has been audited by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance for ISO9001, ISO14001 and OHSAS18001 certification.

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