EnLink operates our business responsibly, efficiently, and with regard for our employees, the public, and the environment. We consider natural gas and crude as viable energy sources for the future and part of the solution to meeting the worlds energy needs. With commitment from EnLink employees, we protect the integrity of our assets, operate safely and minimize our environmental impact.

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2021 Responsible Operations Achievements

  • Adopted near- and long-term emissions targets, including reaching a 30% reduction in methane emissions intensity by 2024¹ and pursuing a path to reach a 30% reduction in our total carbon dioxide equivalent (CO₂e) emissions intensity by 2030¹; in 2021, we achieved reductions of approximately 1,500 metric tonnes (MT) of methane emissions and approximately 38,000 MT of CO₂e
  • Continued our GoalZERO campaign to strive for ZERO injuries, ZERO vehicle accidents, ZERO spills and releases, and ZERO line strikes
  • Lowered the Reportable Environmental Incident Rate (REIR) by 43% from 2020, and exceeded the 2021 target of 1.50 by 41%, with a REIR of 0.89
  • Achieved the lowest number of spills and releases in EnLink history
  • Completed approximately $92 million of equipment reuse and refurbishing initiatives Received the 2021 Chairman’s Award for Safety Improvement from GPA Midstream
  • Achieved the lowest Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) in EnLink history of 0.44, which is a 6% improvement from EnLink’s 2020 TRIR and 38% better than the 2020 GPA Midstream Division One² TRIR average of 0.715
  • Achieved the lowest Preventable Vehicle Accident Rate (PVAR) in EnLink history of 1.11, which is a 5% improvement from EnLink’s 2020 PVAR
  • Conducted over 100 pipeline safety public awareness meetings for the general public, public officials, and first responders in the communities where we operate
  • Conducted over 126,000 pipeline inspections from the Common Ground Alliance’s “one call” network and achieved a 99.99% on-time ticket service rate
  1. As compared to 2020 scope 1 emissions levels
  2. The GPA Midstream Association classifies companies that complete 1 million or more midstream operational workhours in one year as Division 1. The 2020 industry average for GPA Division One companies, EnLink’s peer group, is 0.715. At the time of this report’s issuance, 2021 industry numbers were not yet available.

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