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  • Committed to transforming the energy sector

    Innovation is in our DNA and now we're taking on this ambitious challenge by adapting our company to new scenarios, technologies, and working styles.

How we're doing it

  • Icon of an atom. Energy and innovation. Digital transformation.
    Using disruptive technologies to digitalize our entire value chain, starting from from our business units.
  • Icon white board. Energy and innovation. Digital transformation.
    Introducing a more cross-company structure and changing our working style to be more agile.
  • Icon organizational chart with people. Energy and innovation. Digital transformation.
    Working with partners with a philosophy that's open to innovation and incorporating new digital talent.
  • What + if
    The formula that takes us further

    Have you ever wondered who or what lies behind each change?
  • Projects and people

What if we questioned things to make them better?

In each of our projects at Repsol, we ask ourselves if we can be more agile, efficient, or sustainable. This desire to continually improve is what drives us to find new ways of doing things.
Repsol employee. Energy and innovation. Digital transformation.

"Getting closer to the customer is what motivates us."

Frontal view of a Wible vehicle. Energy and innovation. Digital transformation.

And what if you could have a car...
...without having a car?

Operator Carlos Rubio. Energy and innovation. Digital transformation.

"Without cultural change, the tool wouldn't work. Same thing the other way around. The tool is what bolsters our working culture."

Repsol industrial facility. Energy and innovation. Digital transformation.

What if we digitalize every part of our industrial facilities?

  • Digital transformation in figures

    We've launched more than 130 digital initiatives to bring us closer to our customers, drive new businesses, become more sustainable, and manage the cultural change taking place within our company.
  • What if you’re part of this change, too?

    Our transformation depends on lots of people, and you can be part of it. We're expanding our digital team, incorporating new talent, defining new roles, and transforming our cross-company style of working in multidisciplinary teams.

Medium

Find out all the details about how we are transforming and taking part in the conversation happening on this expert channel.
  • A person giving a firey speech; behind them, a screen displaying the names of technology companies.

    Don't just think outside the box – Break the box

    “We’ve seen emerging technology disrupt and fundamentally transform many industries, and it’s time for the oil and gas industry to change as well.” That was the message of Francisco Ortigosa, Repsol’s Director of Geoscience Technology.

  • Digital transformation milestone chart.

    From Mobile First to Intelligent Interfaces

    Many have asked what an energy company like Repsol is doing at the Mobile World Congress? The answer is simple: we want to talk about connectivity. With 5G’s potential to transform our interaction with everything from cars to household appliances and companies.
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    Kick-start digital transformation with motivation

    By now, you’ve surely read many articles on digital transformation, a reality that already exists in many areas of the world. Whether we see it or not, it’s there and it continues to evolve as new disruptive technologies emerge and stabilize, taking consumers, companies, and organizations along for the ride.
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    Don't change people, change the environment

    What’s the secret to successfully implementing cultural change in a large company? The answer is simple: don’t change people, change their environment. This is, of course, easier said than done. Change is tough on everybody — it’s not easy to break with established routines and mindsets, but it’s a hurdle that all companies must face if they want to create new ways of working.