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Repsol CEO Josu Jon Imaz

“We will develop an important growth vector and take a significant step in achieving the goals we have set ourselves. Today, we are a more efficient, competitive, and sustainable company with many exciting opportunities and challenges lying ahead for us to build the future of Repsol."

Josu Jon Imaz, Repsol CEO

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2020 Strategy: growth and value

We’ve updated our Strategic Plan which is focused on growth and value creation. After reaching all of our stated targets two years ahead of schedule, we presented an update to our 2020 strategy with new and more ambitious objectives.
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Our lubricants are formulated for the most demanding engines

Everything we learn in world-class competitions is applied to our products to design lubricants that protect and prolong the life of your engine. Endorsed by top manufacturers, you'll get maximum performance and efficiency.
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We're shaping the future of Chemicals

The team at the Technology Area takes a forward-looking approach to their research, while the Technical Support and Development team works everyday with our customers, developing new products, improving their processability, and making them more sustainable.

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A refuge for bumblebees in central Madrid

Greenspaces in cities contribute to people's well-being and promote wildlife by protecting the biodiversity of different ecosystems.
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The asphalts of the future that are already on our roads

Reinventing and producing longer-lasting, safer asphalts, enabling us to use old road surfaces or pavements made from old tires.
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Millennials: revolutionizing the professional world

Three out of every four workers in 2025 will be part of this generation of professionals who love what they do.
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Do you know how many planets we use up each year?

Certain everyday habits are linked to environmentally unfriendly practices that affect the size of our carbon footprint.