Performance Data

Category Description 2021 2020 2019
Economic
Financial Peformance
Adjusted Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization (EBITDA) (millions USD)
$600
$580
$527
Distributable Cash Flow (DCF) attributable to CEQP Common Units (millions USD)
$371
$361
$305
Distribution coverage ratio
2.4x
2.0x
1.8x
Leverage ratio
3.5x
4.0x
4.1x
Annual distribution (per unit)
$2.50
$2.50
$2.43
Pay link to sustainability (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Governance
Board
Number of Board members
7 8 9
Independent Board members (%)
86%
63%
67%
Average age of Board members
66
59
59
Number of Board meetings during the calendar year
17
15
9
Board member attendance (%)
89%
90%
83%
Number of Audit Committee meetings
7
7
7
Audit Committee meeting attendance (%)
97%
100%
90%
Number of Compensation Committee meetings
6
5
5
Compensation Committee meeting attendance (%)
100%
100%
100%

Number of directors attending less than 75 percent of meetings during the calendar year 

0
0
0
Board Diversity
 
 
Number of directors who are women
2
1
1
Directors who are women  (%)
29.0%
12.5%
11.1%
Number of directors who are racially and ethnically diverse
1
0
0
Directors who are racially and ethnically diverse (%)
14%
0%
0%
Ethics
Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (Code) (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Whistleblower reports
3 0 4
Code training hours
2851
761
3891
Employees who signed the Code (%)
100%
100%
99.6%
Whistleblower Policy (independent, available 24/7) (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Whistleblower hotline proactively communicated to employees (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Structures in place to process whistleblower reports (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Incidents of discrimination and corrective action taken
0
0
0
Supply Chain Management

Supplier Code of Conduct (Y/N)

Y
Y
Y
Total supplier spend
$91,032,885
$216,188,361
$509,822,307
Total diversity spend
$19,392,014
$54,091,953
$94,857,430
Total diversity spend (%)
21%
25%
19%
- Minority-owned
$11,059,540
$29,687,774
$39,159,942
   - Indigenous-owned
$10,308,631
$28,857,187
$37,936,893
- Small business
$8,483,097
$24,686,541
$39,351,216
- Veteran-owned
$700,841
$1,235,559
$2,019,709
- Veteran-disabled
$17,630
$149,778
$136,359
- Women-owned
$1,410,371
$2,614,024
$23,071,672
Competitive Behavior

Total amount of monetary losses as a result of legal proceedings associated with pipeline and storage regulations

$0
$200,000
$0
Enivronmental
Environmental Management
Environmental Policy (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Environmental fines and penalties
$0
$1,500
$3,265
Number of environmental NOV/NOE
0
4
4
Number of external environmental inspections
18 15 46
Waste Type & Disposal Method
Non-hazardous waste total (Metric Tons)
831 747
-
Hazardous waste total (Metric Tons)
1 2
-
Landfill disposal (Metric Tons)
679
629
-
Recycled disposal (Metric Tons)
153
118
-
Criteria Air Emissions
Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) (Metric Tons)
434.98
475.333
638.80
Sulfur Oxides (SOx) (Metric Tons)
4.28 4.993 6.71
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) (Metric Tons)
547.52
609.213
633.25
Particulate Matter (PM) (Metric Tons)
43.38
50.393
57.37
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Scope 1 Greenhouse Gas Emissions (Metric Tons CO2e)
746,623
819,235
984,605
- Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
673,378
728,304
837,482
- Methane (CH4)
2,439
3,622
5,170
- Nitrous Oxide (N2O)
1.15
1.30
1.44
- Trucking Emissions (CO2)
11,916
12,948
17,484
Scope 2 Greenhouse Gas Emissions (Metric Tons CO2e)
214,642
324,722
219,676
Total Scope 1 and Scope 2 Greenhouse Gas Emissions (Metric Tons CO2e)
961,265
1,143,957
1,204,281
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Intensity (Metric Tons CO2e/$MM Adjusted EBITDA)
1,602
1,972
2,287
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Intensity (Metric Tons CO2e/Thousand BOE)
7.49
7.99
8.70
ONE Future Methane Intensity Total (%)
0.036%
0.051%
0.075%
- Gathering and Boosting (%)
0.037%
0.047%
-
- Processing (%)
0.035%
0.065%
-
Energy used (direct and indirect) that is renewable energy (%)
0.08%
0.07% 
0.13%
Emissions reduction initiatives (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Use of cleaner sources of energy (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Capture Greenhouse Gas Emissions (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Spill Prevention Control & Emergency Response
Total reportable releases
1 3 20
Number of hydrocarbon liquid releases beyond secondary containment (>5bbl)
1
1
10
Volume of hydrocarbon liquid releases beyond secondary containment (>5bbl)
124 30 6,260
Hydrocarbon liquid releases intensity per mile of pipeline
0.08
0.02 3.66
Volume in Arctic (bbl)
0
0
0
Volume in unusually sensitive areas (bbl)
0
0 4
Volume recovered (bbl)
124 0 68
Reportable pipeline incidents
- Number
0
0
0
- Significant pipleine incidents (%)
0%
0%
0%
Rail transportation releases
- Number of accident releases
0
0
0
- Number of non-accident releases
2
0
0
Operational Safety4
 
Natural gas pipelines inspected (%)
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
Hazardous liquid pipelines inspected (%)
11.5%
31.3%
8.9%
Ecological Impacts5(a)
Biodiversity Policy (Y/N)
Y
Y
N
Percentage of land operated within areas of endangered and threatened species habitat
Near designated areas (%)5(b)
19.03%
17.86%
16.86%
Inside designated areas (%)5(c)
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
Inside or near designated areas (%)
19.03%
17.86%
16.86%
Social
Safety
Safety Policy (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Anti-Human Trafficking Policy (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) – employees
1.06
0.94
0.78
Days Away, Restricted or Transferred Rate (DART) - employees
0.59
0.73
0.70
Lost Time Incident Rate (LTIR) - employees
0.35
0.52
0.61
Preventable Vehicle Incident Rate (PVIR) - employees
0.71
1.20
1.03
Fatalities - employees
0
0
0
Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) - contractors6
0.00 2.91
0.84
Days Away, Restricted or Transferred Rate (DART) - contractors6
0.00 1.94
0.28
Lost Time Incident Rate (LTIR) - contractors6
0.00
1.46
0.19
Number of preventable vehicle incidents - contractors6
0
0 2
Fatalities - contractors
0
0
0
Safety fines and penalties
$0
$204,100
$19,500
Number of safety NOV/NOE
0
3
3
Number of agency safety inspections
41 32 45
Employees who completed safety training (%)
100%
100%
100%
Number of drills
30
36
22
Emergency preparedness procedures (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Operating guidelines or procedures relevant for the industry (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Targets to improve health and safety performance (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Employee Profile
Number of employees
645
664
862
Women in the workforce (%)
22%
20%
21%
Women in management roles (%)
30%
27%
26%
Employees who are of minority populations (%)
17%
16%
16%
Management who are of minority populations (%)
14%
15%
14%
Employee Age Demographics
Employees who are 25 or younger (%)
3%
3%
3%
Employees who are 26-34 (%)
23%
25%
24%
Employees who are 35-44 (%)
29%
29%
28%
Employees who are 45-54 (%)
24%
23%
24%
Employees who are 55 or older (%)
21%
20%
21%
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Diversity initiatives (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Diversity training and guidance (Y/N)
Y
Y
Y
Employee Training
Total training hours
15,052
15,036
14,452
Total number of participants
782
909
995
Training hours per employee
19
17
15
Mentorship programs (Y/N)
Y N
Y
Total mentors/mentees
24 -
26
Employee Retention & Engagement
Employee engagement survey response rate - Houston (%)
88%
91%
86%
Employee engagement survey response rate - Locations outside of Houston (%)
56%7
90%
84%
Total number of new employee hires
86
83
186
New hire by gender - Male
67
69
154
New hire by gender - Female
19
14
32
New hire by age
Employees who are 25 or younger
15 7 16
Employees who are 26 – 34
28
23 56
Employees who are 35 – 44
19
16
50
Employees who are 45 – 54
11
22
33
Employees who are 55 or older
13
15
31
Total employee turnover rate (%)
16.2%
37.0%
17.3%
Voluntary turnover rate (%)
11.1%
8.3%
10.7%
Employee turnover by gender - Male
93
222
112
Employee turnover by gender - Female
13
59
34
Employee turnover by age
Employees who are 25 or younger
7
6
5
Employees who are 26 – 34
37
56
29
Employees who are 35 – 44
25
63
35
Employees who are 45 – 54
14
79
29
Employees who are 55 or older
23
77
48
Social Investment
Social investment total giving 
$1,200,000
$805,000
$1,400,000
DEI total giving
$681,000
$530,000
$657,000
Scholarship total giving
$215,000
$132,500
$225,000
Employee match
$5,000
$5,000
$5,000
Employee donations matched
$116,609
$122,587
$58,919
Number of volunteer activities
32
22
50
Volunteer hours
1,630
750
2,555
Stakeholder Engagement
Number of grievances from local communities
0
0
0

12021 and 2019 training hours for the Code are lower due to the fact that the course is required every other year. The 389 training hours reflect new
employees.
2 Represents fines and penalties paid to federal and state regulatory agencies.
3 Number has been recasted due to more accurate reporting methods.
4 Inspections are on regulated lines only. Inspection activities include those listed under U.S. 49 CFR 192 for gas pipelines and U.S. 49 CFR 195 for liquid pipelines.
5 (a) Acreage of land used in this analysis is based on acreage we operate, which is most of the land we own and lease. There may be additional
land that is owned and leased, but not operated, which is not included in this analysis. Acreage operated for pipelines includes land within a
30-foot average corridor of a pipeline’s centerline. Facility acreage is based on individual facility footprints. This analysis deviated from the SASB
standard for our operations and used the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) designated critical habitat areas for “threatened and endangered
species” as this dataset is more reflective of biodiversity risks posed by our operations. The dataset was acquired in the first quarter of 2021 from the
USFWS Environmental Conservation Online System. Analysis was completed using our asset GIS datasets as of the first quarter 2021.
5 (b) Defined as operated land within five (5) kilometers of the boundary of an endangered or threatened species critical habitat.
5 (c) Defined as operated land within the boundary of an endangered or threatened species critical habitat.
6 Contractor data is for major growth projects only.
7 2021 was the first year to include all Field and Kansas City employees in our Employee Engagement Survey, resulting in a signfiicant decrease in participation due to a wider range of employees who received the survey.