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Repsol posts adjusted net income of 1.24 billion euros

Adjusted net income increased by 35% in the first half of 2015 despite a sharp fall in oil prices, demonstrating the strength of our integrated business model.

Customised solutions

Solutions for the home

Intelligent heat

Fill your home with comfort with Repsol Energy e+.

Other solutions

Buscador de lubricantes

New lubricants for motorcycles

Find the best option for your motorcycle with a product that meets the highest quality standards.

Agriculture, marine and aviation

Repsol AgroDiesel e+10

Repsol Agrodiesel e+10

Recommended by top land experts.

Companies and services

Security Parking

Security Parking

All the ease and security necessary for professionals that work on the road.

2015 first half results

The synergies forecast for the Talisman deal increased 59%

After a detailed analysis of the assets acquired after the integration, Repsol increased its initial forecast of synergies to 350 million dollars per year despite a weaker than expected macroeconomic environment.

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IN Awards 2015

Innovation as a driver of change

Repsol has awarded the best proposals for innovation of their employees, reflected in the 2015 IN Awards, an internal competition that promotes collective learning in the company through innovative ideas of its employees. Josu Jon Imaz, praised the projects of the finalists and their ability to "take risks, show initiative, and dive in without fear."

Our people

At Repsol, the diversity of our workforce continues to grow. We now have employees of 80 nationalities working in more than 40 countries.

The lesser-known cafe terraces

El Mejor Rincón 2015

With the arrival of the warm weather, there's nothing better than enjoying a drink outdoors! The Repsol Guide recommends some of the best, lesser-known cafe terraces that'll be right up your alley.

The media centre, echo and loudspeaker for the MotoGP

Behind the cameras, in a place little known by the MotoGP fans, hundreds of journalists cover each GP from the press office. For them, the Grand Prix is even longer than for the riders.