10 | Annexes


Hafnia’s reporting framework reports is aligned with GRI – referenced, SASB, TCFD and industry specific regulation.

Key figures

Topics Disclosure Requirements / Accountic Metric Page in the Report/ Disclosure Comment
Organizational profile Name of the organisation Cover page GRI 102-1
Activities, brands, products & services Company overview GRI 102-2
Location of headquarters Our people GRI 102-3
Location of operations Our people GRI 102-4
Ownership and legal form Corporate governance

Investor relations

GRI 102-5
Markets served Industry overview GRI 102-6
Scale of the organization Company overview GRI 102-7
Information on employees and other workers GRI 102-8
External initiatives Engaging our stakeholders GRI 102-12
Membership of associations Greenhouse gas emissions and air quality

Business ethics

GRI 102-13
Strategy Statement from senior decision maker Letter from the CEO GRI 102-14
Key impacts, risks, and opportunities Industry overview
ESG strategy
GRI 102-15
Ethics and Integrity Values, principles, standards and norms of behavior Vision, purpose and values GRI 102-16
Governance Governance structure Corporate governance GRI 102-18
Delegating authority Corporate governance GRI 102-19
Executive – level responsibility for economic, environmental and social topics Board of Directors’ report GRI 102-20
Consulting stakeholders on economic, environmental, and social topics Materiality analysis GRI 102-21
Composition of the highest governance body and its committees Corporate governance GRI 102-22
Chair of the highest governance body Corporate governance GRI 102-23
Nominating and selecting the highest governance body Corporate governance GRI 102-24
Conflicts of interest Corporate governance

Business ethics

GRI 102-25
Role of highest governance body in setting purpose, values, and strategy Corporate governance GRI 102-26
Collective knowledge of highest governance body Corporate governance GRI 102-27
Evaluating the highest governance body’s performance Corporate governance GRI 102-28
Identifying and managing economic, environmental and social impacts ESG strategy GRI 102-29
Effectiveness of risk management processes Corporate governance

Financial risk management

GRI 102-30
Review of economic, environmental  and social topics Board of Directors’ report GRI 102-31
Highest governance body’s role in sustainability reporting Board of Directors’ report GRI 102-32
Remuneration policies Corporate governance GRI 102-35
Process for determining remuneration Corporate governance GRI 102-36
Stakeholders’ involvement in remuneration Corporate governance GRI 102-37
Stakeholder Engagement List of stakeholder groups ESG strategy GRI 102-40
  Identifying and selecting stakeholders ESG strategy GRI 102-42
  Approach to stakeholder engagement ESG strategy GRI 102-43
  Key topics and concerns raised ESG strategy GRI 102-44
Reporting Practice Entities included in the consolidated financial statements Listing of companies in the Group GRI 102-45
  Defining report content and topic boundaries ESG strategy GRI 102-46
  List of material topics Materiality analysis GRI 102-47
  Restatements of information No restatements of information GRI 102-48
  Changes in reporting This annual report includes the first formal materiality assessment conducted, and alignment with international reporting standards GRI 102-49
  Reporting period 2021 GRI 102-50
  Date of most recent report 2020 GRI 102-51
  Reporting cycle Annual GRI 102-52
  Contact point for questions regarding the report Investor relations contacts GRI 102-53
  Claims of reporting in accordance with the GRI Standards GRI – referenced GRI 102-54
  GRI content index Content Index GRI 102-55
  External assurance None GRI 102-56
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Direct GHG emissions (Scope 1) Greenhouse gas emissions and air quality GRI 305-1
SASB TR-MT-110.a.1
IMO Initial Strategy on reduction of GHG emissions from Ships
Poseidon Principles
Discussion of long-term and short-term strategy or plan to manage Scope 1 emissions, emissions reduction targets, and an analysis of performance against those targets Greenhouse gas emissions and air quality GRI 305-5
(1) Total energy consumed,
(2) percentage heavy fuel oil,
(3) percentage renewable
Greenhouse gas emissions and air quality GRI 302-1
GHG emission intensity (EEOI, AER) Greenhouse gas emissions and air quality GRI 305-4
Non-compliance with environmental laws and regulations Zero Non-Compliance 307-1
Air Quality Air emissions of the following pollutants:
(1) NOsx(excluding N2O),
(2) SOx, and
(3) particulate matter (PM10)
Greenhouse gas emissions and air quality GRI 305-7
MARPOL Annex VI Reg. 14
MARPOL Annex VI Reg. 14
Sulfur emissions: Policy for compliance with sulfphur regulations including global sulphur lmits and relevant Emission Control Area (ECA) limits. Hafnia only uses Sulphur compliant fuels on non scrubber vessels

Nil Violations.

IMO Global Sulphur Cap 2020
MARPOL Annex VI Reg. 14
Ecological Impacts Shipping duration in marine protected areas of areas of protected conservation status Ecological impacts5491 days in ECA
26648 days in non ECA
GRI 304-2
UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP WCMC)
Spills and releases to the environment
(1) Number and
(2) aggregate volume of spills and releases to the environment
Zero Pollution. GRI 306-3
MARPOL Annex I (oil), II (noxious liquid substances), and IV (sewage) regulations
Reduce plastic waste and garbage Reducing plastic waste and garbage Waste and plastic management

7.5% below 2020

MARPOL Annex V (garbage) regulation
Ship recycling Responsible ship recycling Waste and plastic management Hong Kong Convention
EU ship Recycling Regulation EU 1257/2013
Employment New employee hires and turnover On Shore: 6%
Off Shore: 4%
GRI 401 – 3
Parental Leave Total number of employees that took parental leave is 2 females and 12 males

100% retention rate.

GRI 401-3
Employee Health and Safety Lost time incident rate (LTIF) 0,29 SASB TR-MT-320a.1
Occupational Health and Safety Employee health and safety GRI 403 -1 to 403-10
Neptune Declaration of Seaferer Wellbeing
Accident and Safety Management Number of marine casualties, percentage classified as very serious (FN3) Security at sea SASB TR-MT-540a.1
Number of port state control
(1) deficiencies and
(2) detentions
114 deficiencies out of 160 Inspections – 0.71 Obs/Inspn SASB TR-MT-540a.3
Training and Education Programs for upgrading employee skills and transition
assistance programs
Talent development, training, and education GRI 404-2
Diversity Diversity of governance bodies and employees Diversity and inclusion

34% of female employees
20% female on the board

GRI 405 – 1
Business Ethics Anti-corruption policies and procedures Business ethics GRI 205-1; GRI 205-3
SASB TR-MT-510a.1; SASB TR-MT-510a.2
Employee Training and Human Rights Human rights policies or procedures Human rights GRI 412 -2



Economic Performance Direct economic value generated and distributed Consolidated statements GRI 201-1
  Anti-Competitive Behaviour Legal actions for anti-competitive behavior, anti-trust, and monopoly practices Code of conduct GRI 206-1
Tax Approach to Tax Significant accounting policies GRI 207-1
Table 2 Activity Metrics
Activity metric Page in the Report Code
Number of shipping boards employees Our people TR-MT-000.A
Total distance traveled by vessels Greenhouse gas emissions and air quality TR-MT-000.B
Operation days Company overview TR-MT-000.C
Deadweight tonnage Company overview TR-MT-000.D
Number of vessels in total shipping fleet Company overview TR-MT-000.E
Number of vessel port calls Company overview TR-MT-000.F
Twenty – foot equaivalent unit (TEU) capacity Not applicable TR-MT-000.G

Board of Director’s report

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