|Revenues (millions of dollars)||9,647||10,557||11,035||10,231|
|Earnings (millions of dollars)||859||1,001||1,161||1,349|
|Earnings per diluted share (dollars)||3.48||4.01||4.63||5.37|
|Total assets (millions of dollars)1||36,412||37,165||39,651||41,150|
|Number of board directors||10||13||13||12|
|Number of independent board directors||9||12||12||11|
|Independent board directors who are women or people of color (% of independent directors)||44||50||50||45|
|Ethics and compliance helpline calls||132||167||202||260|
|Renewable energy deliveries (% of total sales)2||20.3||23.6||31.9||35.2|
|Notices of violation (NOV)3||11||8||10||22|
|Inspections with no NOV issued (% of total inspections)||97||98||98||96|
|Fines and penalties (dollars)4||18,875||1,734||1,810||50,343|
|Internal compliance assessments and audits||835||745||422||422|
|Scope 1 greenhouse gas emissions (million metric tons CO2e)||8.2||7.6||6.75||8.26,7|
|Scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions (million metric tons CO2e)||0.319||0.226||0.3085||0.2906|
|Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions from SDG&E purchased power (million metric tons CO2e)||3.8||2.9||3.25||2.86|
|CO2 emissions rate for power generation (lbs CO2/megawatt-hour)8||774||708||6945||6496|
|NOx emissions for power generation (tons)||494||464||388||355|
|NOx emissions rate for power generation (lbs/megawatt-hour)8||0.06||0.06||0.05||0.05|
|SO2 emissions for power generation (tons)||31||21||16||16|
|SO2 emissions rate for power generation (lbs/megawatt-hour)8||0.004||0.003||0.002||0.002|
|Total water withdrawal (billions of gallons)9||30.7||31.9||31.4||27.9|
|Returned water (billions of gallons)9||27.4||28.7||28.2||25.0|
|Hazardous waste (tons)10||2,383||2,901||1,947||5,073|
|Number of employees||16,900||17,100||17,000||17,400|
|Employee work-related fatalities||0||1||0||1|
|Recordable injury case rate (per 100 full-time workers)||2.26||2.41||2.41||2.35|
|Employee lost work time case rate (per 100 full-time workers)||0.86||0.88||0.80||0.77|
|Women in workforce (% of total workforce)||28||29||29||28|
|Women in management (% of management employees)||32||33||33||33|
|Ethnic minorities in workforce (% of U.S. employees)||54||56||56||57|
|Ethnic minorities in management (% of U.S. management)||45||47||48||50|
|Spending with diverse business enterprises (% of total spending)11||38||45||46||44|
|Sempra Energy and Sempra Energy Foundation giving (millions of dollars)||15.8||15.4||18.6||18.9|
12012, 2013, and 2014 values adjusted for the retrospective adoption of Accounting Standards Update 2015-03, Interest – Imputation of Interest: Simplifying the Presentation of Debt Issuance Costs.
2 Based on SDG&E’s RPS compliance reporting and subject to CPUC revision.
3 Self-reported violations are not included.
4The amount of fines and penalties paid varies from year to year depending on the nature of the violation and the timing of its resolution.
52014 greenhouse gas emissions data have been updated following an independent verification of the data.
6 2015 greenhouse gas emissions data are unverified and subject to change.
7 The Aliso Canyon leak resulted in the loss of 4.62 billion cubic feet of natural gas, which is equivalent to approximately 2.1 million metric tons of CO2. Although the leak took place from October 2015 to February 2016, we are reporting all emissions from the leak in our 2015 emissions totals. (CO2e calculated using the 100-year global warming potential [GWP] value of 25 for methane, consistent with the GWP used in estimates produced by the California Air Resources Board.)
8 Emissions rate from power generation on an equity-share basis. Data from Chilquinta Energía’s 11-megawatt peaker plant are not included.
9 While we continue to improve data collection related to water use, these numbers do not yet account for all aspects of our operations, including natural gas pipeline testing at our California utilities.
10 Hazardous waste generated increased in 2015 in part due to increased remediation activity and pipeline testing.
11 Covers spending on diverse business enterprises at SDG&E and SoCalGas only.