Below is a summary of the investments and divestments made since 2018:
We are continuing our expansion in renewable energy through an agreement with Grupo Ibereólica Renovables, gaining access to a portfolio in Chile of renewables projects in operation, construction or development of more than 1,600 MW in 2025.
Kia will offer its customers in Spain the option to install the Repsol electric vehicle recharging infrastructure in their homes.
Following the agreement, Repsol’s public charging network will consist of more than 230 points, making it one of the most important infrastructures of this type in Spain, in addition to the operation of 1,000 terminals for private use.
With this new service based on a 100% renewable energy model, the Company is promoting distributed generation in Spain.
We acquired the 63% stake that our partner Equinor owned in Eagle Ford, a producing asset in Texas, for $325 million. Repsol will therefore own 100% of the working interest and be the operator of the asset.
We added two new wind projects to our portfolio as well as a photovoltaic power plant with a total installed capacity of 800 MW.
Repsol purchased Viesgo's low-emissions power generation assets to become an important player in the Spanish electricity market.
The agreement reached with Mexican lubricants company Bardahl is aimed at bolstering the internationalization strategy of our Downstream area.