Performance overview Performance in 2021 6.9 serious injuries and fatalities per 100 million working hours, compared with 6.0 in 2020. See Our approach to safety 77 gCO2e/MJ net carbon intensity, which measures the life-cycle emissions intensity of the portfolio of energy products sold. See Delivering our climate targets 18% reduction in our total combined Scope 1 and 2 absolute greenhouse gas emissions compared with 2016, the base year. [A] See Delivering our climate targets 102 operational process safety Tier 1 and 2 events, compared with 103 in 2020. See Process safety 9.1 billion litres of biofuels went into Shell’s petrol and diesel worldwide [B]. See Biofuels 87,000 public and private electric vehicle charge points operated by Shell. See Electric vehicle charging 2,444 enhanced screenings for higher-risk contracts, to check for potential legal or regulatory integrity-related red flags. See Ethical leadership 40% decrease in the number of operational spills of more than 100 kilograms. There were 41 in 2021 compared with 70 in 2020. See Spills 18% increase in flaring. Overall flaring increased to 4.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) compared with 3.8 million tonnes in 2020. See Flaring $37.5 billion spent on goods and services from around 24,000 suppliers globally. See Supply chain 29.5% women in senior leadership positions. See Diversity, equity and inclusion $94 million spent on voluntary social investment. See Social investment $4.2 billion spent in countries where gross domestic product is less than $15,000 a year per person. [C] See Local content 271,000 formal training days for employees and joint venture partners. See Diversity, equity and inclusion 60,000 students participated in NXplorers, our flagship STEM programme. See STEM education [A] From assets and activities under our operational control. [B] Including 3.2 billion litres through our joint venture Raízen on an equity basis. [C] According to the UN Development Programme's Human Development Index 2019.