Executive Summary

Carbon Planet have conducted comprehensive assessments of the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions accountable to the Australian operations of Ausblast.

Based on best available data, the estimated net total carbon emissions for Ausblast was 342.7 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalents (CO2-e). This total includes indirect contributions along the supply chain (Scope 3 emissions) and any voluntary carbon credit and renewable GreenPower purchases.

The minimum reportable emissions for Ausblast was 162.5 tonnes of CO2-e, as defined by Scopes 1 and 2 emissions covered under the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 (NGER). Total energy consumption was 2.1 terajoules (TJ).

Ausblast's assessment results are summarised below:

  • A comparison of the individual sector contributions to gross GHG emissions revealed that 'Transport Fuels' was the largest contributor, at 147.0 tonnes of CO2-e (42.9% of gross GHG Protocol emissions). The principal activity contributing to GHG emissions in this sector was from 'Diesel oil' consumption, from a total of 49,162.0 L per annum (41.6% of gross GHG Protocol emissions).

Reporting Obligations

  • Under Section 13 of the NGER Act, Ausblast is below the lowest reportable corporation threshold.

Ausblast has no mandatory reporting obligations.

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