Note 42 - CO2 emissions by scope and source
The reported CO2 emissions are divided by scope and source. In accordance with the definition used by GHG, emissions are defined by scope:
Scope 1: All direct GHG emissions.
Scope 2: Indirect GHG emissions from consumption of purchased electricity, heat, or steam.
Scope 3: Other indirect emissions, such as the extraction and production of purchased materials and fuels, transport-related activities in vehicles not owned or controlled by the reporting entity, etc.
The reported Scope 3 emissions comprise emissions from transport of goods from primary production site to first delivery point, and transport between sites.
2011 2010
    1,000 tons 1,000 tons  
Town gas   -    - 
Diesel oil   -    - 
Gas oil
Heavy fuel oil 11  11 
Light fuel oil   -    - 
Natural gas   32  35   
CO2 - Scope 1 46  50 
District heat
Electricity 245  283 
Steam   69  70   
CO2 - Scope 2 322  360 
Ship  NA
Truck  NA
Air freight    NA  
CO2 - Scope 3* 22   NA
CO2 emissions, total 390  410 
 
* Beginning with The Novozymes Report 2011, total CO2 emissions now also include Scope 3 emissions. The corresponding 2010 data do not include Scope 3 emissions.