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Energy and Emissions

The world currently relies on hydrocarbons to reliably meet energy needs, but we recognize and expect that future energy demand will continue to be met in part by a growing proportion of renewable energy sources. While continuing to deliver natural gas solutions, the Company pursues and will continue to pursue opportunities that benefit the global effort to address climate change, including:

  • Identifying economic energy and emissions reduction opportunities in our operations;
  • Identifying energy efficient procurement opportunities; and
  • Exploring new Energy Transition solutions, including for carbon capture utilitization and sequestration, renewable natural gas, electrification, and hydrogen.

We have made it our responsibility to understand the environmental impact of our operations and work towards minimizing our footprint, including by:

  • Voluntary reporting on the Company's GHG emissions;
  • Implementing recycling and other waste management initiatives at corporate, manufacturing, and field locations;
  • Reducing air emissions in all manufacturing facilities by transitioning to low VOC paint and VOC free thinner;
  • Implementing policies to avoid standby running for vehicles and operating equipment; and
  • Lowering our usage of freshwater by:
    • Mandating the use of recycled water for pressure testing vessels and pressure washing at our USA manufacturing facility; and
    • Local initiatives, such as using collected rainwater for pressure washing certain compressor packages in Colombia.

In early 2020, Management established an Environmental Assessment Committee responsible for:

  • Identifying opportunities to enhance environmental performance across Enerflex's facilities and fleet.
  • Helping achieve the Company's goal of quantifying its global Scope 1, 2, and 3 GHG emissions inventory.
  • Expanding collaboration across our organization and operations to identify and evaluate key environmental risks and opportunities for our business.
  • Helping develop ESG disclosures to be responsive to stakeholder expectations.

Throughout 2021, climate-related risks and opportunities were further integrated into Enerflex's strategic planning and investment decisions. In early 2021, the Board appointed a Chief Energy Transition Officer, responsible for progressing the Company's energy transition strategy, and identifying, evaluating, and driving low-carbon energy product and service solutions.

GHG Emissions1 2021 20202 SASB CODE
Gross global Scope 1 emissions (TCO2e) 14,100 14,800 EM-MD-110a.1
Global Scope 1 emissions (by business segment) (TCO2e)
      •    Engineered Systems 140 180 n/a
      •    Service 6,300 6,800 n/a
      •    Energy Infrastructure 7,700 7,800 n/a
Percentage methane (CH4) <1% <1% EM-MD-110a.1
Gross global Scope 2 emissions (TCO2e) 9,500 11,100 n/a
Combined gross global Scope 1 and 2 emissions (TCO2e) 23,600 25,900 n/a
Scope 1 and 2 emissions intensity per revenue (TCO2e/$M revenue) 24.6 21.3 n/a
Scope 3 emissions from Energy Infrastructure 2,170,000 2,390,000 n/a
Discussion of emissions management See the "Description of the
Business – Environmental
Protection and Emissions"
section of AIF2


Energy Consumption4 2021 2020 SASB CODE
Total fuel consumed (GJ) 32,100,000 35,620,000 EM-SV-110a.1
      •    Percentage renewable 0% 0% EM-SV-110a.1
      •    Percentage used in on-road equipment and vehicles 0.5% 0.5% EM-SV-110a.1
      •    Percentage used in off-road equipment 99.5% 99.5% EM-SV-110a.1
Percentage of engines in service that meet Tier 4 compliance for non-road diesel engine emissions 58.3%5 54.5% EM-SV-110a.3
Total electricity consumed (MWh) 13,100 16,500 n/a
      •    Percentage renewable6 12.8% 13.8% n/a
Combined energy (fuel and electricity) consumed (MWh) 8,930,000 9,910,000 n/a


1 Enerflex has defined Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions according to the methodology contained in the GHG Protocol (March 2004). Scope 1 emissions include all emissions from sources owned or controlled by Enerflex, using the operational control consolidation approach under the GHG Protocol. Scope 2 emissions include all indirect emissions resulting from the generation of purchased electricity consumed by Enerflex. Enerflex has calculated Scope 1 and 2 emissions using the industry-specific calculation methodology set forth in the API Compendium (August 2009), including only CO2, CH4 and N2O (emissions of the other Kyoto Protocol gases have been deemed inconsequential).

2 Enerflex has revised its methodology for calculating Scope 1 emissions. Previously Enerflex used the financial control consolidation approach under the GHG Protocol, pursuant to which the emissions from its Energy Infrastructure business segment (Contract Compression fleet and BOOM assets) were included as Scope 1. Currently, consistent with the GHG Protocol's operational control consolidation approach, Enerflex categorizes the emissions from its Energy Infrastructure as Scope 3, which better reflects the fact that Enerflex does not have operational control of such assets. The 2020 data in the table above has been restated to reflect the operational control consolidation approach.

3 Enerflex Annual Information Form for the year ended December 31, 2021, dated February 23, 2022.

4 Enerflex has calculated fuel and electricity consumed using the methodology set forth in the API Compendium (August 2009).

5 In 2021, Enerflex had a total of 12 non-road diesel engines in service globally, representing 0.15% of Enerflex's global Scope 3 emissions.

6 Enerflex has calculated renewable electricity consumed using the 2019 electricity mix per country data published by BP Statistical Review of World Energy & Ember, with the exception of Canada, which used Alberta data from the CER's Canada's Energy Future 2020 (EF2020).