Dolphin Energy Decreases Its Greenhouse Gas Emission by 3%

Dolphin Energy Decreases Its Greenhouse Gas Emission by 3%

The company achieved 21% decrease in water consumption while 28% of all waste was recycled

Dolphin Energy Limited (DEL), one of the largest trans-border energy projects ever undertaken in the Middle East, has reduced its Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 3%, DEL 13th sustainability report said.

Moreover, the company has achieved 15% decrease in NOx emissions, a 32% decrease in SO2 emissions, 21% decrease in water consumption and 28% of all waste was recycled.

In 2021, Dolphin Energy spent $8.8 million on environmental projects.

Dolphin Energy’s CEO, Obaid Abdulla Al Dhaheri, said:

“Despite the challenge of Covid-19, we sustained our exceptional safety and operational performance, achieving our production target and maintaining an excellent relationship with our customers. We continued our pursuit of process improvement, as well as the implementation of our digitisation efforts.

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“Our performance also reflects our diligent approach to managing our operations safely and efficiently in a way that has helped us reduce our environmental footprint”.

Dolphin Energy’s sustainability report won for the fourth time the Best Sustainability Report award from the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Group at the 2021 Abu Dhabi Sustainable Business Leadership Forum.

The recognition comes from the ADSG for promoting sustainability management and best practices, and the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) for supporting and strengthening the partnership framework and teamwork to enhance sustainability.

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