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Leading the energy transition

We are the first company in the energy sector to set a zero emissions objective for 2050 in accordance with the Paris Agreement, and we align our entire value chain with this ambitious goal.
5.1 Mt of CO2 reduced between 2006 and 2019
More than 200 Circular Economy projects
Intermediate decarbonization targets for 2025, 2030, and 2040 in order to reach neto zero emissions by 2050.
More than 500 million euros invested in energy efficiency projects
An increase of 7,500 MW of low-carbon electric capacity by 2025
Commitment to duplicate production of high-quality biofuels from hydrotreated vegetable oils (HVO) to reach 600,000 tons per year by 2030

A global multienergy company

We are present in more than thirty countries with operations ranging from energy exploration, production, and marketing. Our objective: provide affordable, efficient, and safe energy that sustainably responds to an increasing energy demand and facilitates the transition toward a low-emissions energy model.
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    Worldwide presence

    We are a diverse team of more than 25,000 employees in 34 countries.
  • Vista de refinería

    1 million+

    barrels per day of refining capacity in our industrial facilities.
  • Generador eólico

    8 renewable energy projects

    in the works, with a 100% low-emissions electric generation capacity of 2,952 MW. 7 are in the Iberian Peninsula and 1 in Chile.
  • Oil barrels

    700,900 barrels of oil equivalent/day

    of average net production
  • Foster service station

    4,944 service stations

    in Spain, Portugal, Peru, Italy, and Mexico
  • Electric charging point

    230+ electric recharge points

    throughout Spain
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    10 million+ customers

    worldwide already trust in us

We are evolving toward a low emissions energy model

Mapa con los activos de generación eléctrica de Repsol
Our objective is to advance in the energy transition and reduce not only our emissions but also those derived from the use of our products. That's why we have increased our portfolio of renewable energy projects, reaching a low-carbon generation capacity that is 5GWm above the 65% set for our 2025 goal.

The ability to create value

We are constantly seeking new, efficient opportunities that are environmentally-friendly and respectful to society in order to ensure that we meet the current and future growing demand for energy.
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    700,900barrels/day in net production

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    64% of our production is gas

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    in proven reserves

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    71% of our proven reserves are gas

  • Industrial Area: modernized assets and high conversion capacity

    Innovation and sustainability are key for maintaining our position as European leader in refining. The circular economy is at the heart of our strategy, demonstrated by our target of doubling high-quality biofuel production to 600,000 tons per year in 2030 and by the integration of renewable energy in our operations through green hydrogen production and the use of electricity from renewable sources.
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Highest rating awarded to our eco-friendly power generation

The Spanish National Commission on Markets and Competition (CNMC) awarded us the highest rating – the A certificate – for the environmentally friendly origin of the electricity we market: 93.5% renewable, with a guarantee of origin, and 6.5% low-emissions energy. This makes us the only major retailer to be awarded this certificate in the past year.
  • Prepared in the face of a complex context

    We have taken on measures to preserve the robustness of our Company's balance sheet. The Resilience Plan also contemplates the implementation of a number of initiatives that imply additional reductions of more than €350 million in operational costs and more than €1 billion in investments, along with optimizations of around €800 million in working capital.

Recognized as experts in the markets where we operate

Carbon Tracker has published a report which carries out an in-depth analysis of the climate ambitions of companies in the energy sector. In response to the growing worry of our ability to fight climate change, many companies have set climate objectives that often include net zero emissions targets, but which vary considerably from one business to another, depending on the metrics used and its alignment with the Paris Agreement. Eni, Repsol, and BP lead the ranking, followed by Shell, Toal, and Equinor.