Before us lies the challenge to keep safeguarding everyone's health, as we reactivate all that had been brought to a sudden halt. This time, we have the opportunity to reinvent ourselves and build that future we want together.
It won't be easy, but #TogetherWeCanDoIt. At Repsol, we will continue to provide for you all the energy you need, wherever you need it, as we continue promoting the industry, employment, entrepreneurship, and sustainability.
This commitment has inspired these uplifting stories and tips to help us face this moment with responsibility, enthusiasm, and above all, lots of energy.
Producing alcohol-based hand gel
We adapted the laboratories at our Repsol Technology Lab research center to produce alcohol-based hand gel to donate to hospitals and healthcare workers.
Delivering polypropylene for face shield visors
We delivered 1,500 kg of polypropylene to the CIDAUT foundation to manufacture face shield visors by mold injection.
600,000 breakfasts given out
We handed out free coffee and pastries at many of our service stations to truck drivers, healthcare workers, police officers, and other essential personnel.
Relief campaign with the Red Cross
Repsol Foundation launched a relief campaign so that all company employees can make donations to the Red Cross's RESPONDE Plan.
Wible joins the #yocedomicoche initiative
This campaign consists in providing 10 cars to healthcare workers that are currently staying in hotels for their commute to hospitals.
Plastics for protective material
We donated film packaging, plastic rolls, and other protective materials to be used in ambulances, as barriers between areas in hospitals, and more.
From the beginning of the pandemic and throughout the exit plan process, at Repsol we have expanded our ways of teleworking to ensure the continuity of our operations, while always guaranteeing the safety of our production processes.
Even during the toughest days of the Coronavirus pandemic, our global plan ensured that all our operations continued to run as smoothly as possible, while minimizing the risks.
Our stations have now become self-service stations, and store products are now purchased and paid through the service window.
We disinfect our bottles beforehand, and our delivery staff respect the minimum safety distance required and wear adequate protective gear.
Our delivery staff wears gloves and face masks, objects are never shared, and payments are made by card whenever possible.
Discover our employees' charitable initiatives through these videos in Spanish.
Learn about our colleague Ángeles's story who sews face masks together with her neighbors to give them to elderly homes and businesses in the area of Castril in Granada.
This is the story of our colleague Diego who gives out food and drinks to truck drivers at his station in Lorca as a way to help them carry on with their valuable work.
3D printing was just a hobby for our colleague Jacobo. Now, he's printing parts for face shields and respirators for hospitals, pharmacies, and elderly homes in Huelva.