Cepsa buys Ballenoil’s 220 low-cost petrol stations

Cepsa, with a 12% market share, only behind Repsol (25%), has announced the purchase of the Spanish leader in low-cost petrol stations, Ballenoil (with sales of 470 million in 2022 vs. 300 million in 2021) for an undisclosed amount, which investment analysts estimate at around 300 million. Cepsa, the energy company controlled by Mubadala and Carlyle, will thus exceed 2,000 petrol stations on the Iberian Peninsula, more than 1,500 in…


Cepsa to invest €1 billion to build Europe’s largest green ammonia plant in San Roque

Cepsa will build the largest green ammonia plant in Europe at its San Roque Energy Park (Cadiz), thus accelerating its commitment to green hydrogen with an investment of €1 billion. With an annual production capacity of up to 750,000 tonnes, which could avoid the emission of three million tonnes of CO2, the facility is expected to be operational in 2027. It will also create 3,300 jobs, including direct, indirect and…


Cepsa negotiates purchase of Ballenoil, leader in low-cost petrol stations

Cepsa, Spain’s second largest oil company, is in advanced negotiations for the acquisition of Ballenoil, the Spanish leader in the low-cost petrol station segment, with more than 200 fully automated service stations at present, according to EXPANSIÓN newspaper. The transaction, which could be worth between €200 and €300 million, takes place in the midst of rising fuel prices, a situation that has boosted the business of this type of establishment….

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Técnicas Reunidas to develop southern Europe’s second largest 2-G biofuels plant for Cepsa in Huelva

Link Securities | Cepsa has awarded Técnicas Reunidas the contract to develop the engineering for the largest second-generation (2G) biofuels plant in southern Europe, which the company will start up together with Bio-Oils through an investment of up to €1 billion, in the La Rábida Energy Park (Huelva). The new plant, which will use agricultural waste and used cooking oils as feedstock, will have two pre-treatment units and a flexible…


Cepsa sells Abu Dhabi exploration and production business to TotalEnergies

Cepsa has sold its Exploration and Production business in the United Arab Emirates to France’s TotalEnergies. This comprises the transfer of Cepsa’s 20% interest in the Satah Al Razboot, Umm Lulu, Bin Nasher and Al Bateel well concession (SARB and Umm Lulu Operation) and the subsequent transfer of its indirect 12.88% interest in the Mubarraz concession through the sale of its shares in Cosmo Abu Dhabi Energy Exploration & Production…

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Cepsa and ACE Terminal Rotterdam consortium to open green ammonia shipping corridor between Algeciras and Rotterdam

Norbolsa : The company has signed a memorandum of understanding with the ACE Terminal de Rotterdam consortium of companies by which the Spanish energy company has initiated a collaboration with the aim of reaching a binding agreement to facilitate the maritime transport of green ammonia between the port of Algeciras and the port of Rotterdam for its final use in industry. The ammonia can also be used directly by fertiliser…


Cepsa wants to sell its chemical arm for €3.5 B (8,1x Ebitda); a high valuation which applied to Repsol’s chemical division would value it at €10 B

Renta 4 | Cepsa is putting its Chemical division up for sale for 3.5 billion euros. The Spanish oil company, controlled by Mubadala and The Carlyle Group, has given the green light to the transaction. Citi and Linklaters are advising on the deal. Advent International y Apollo Global Management are amongst the leading candidates for acquiring the division, along with CVC, Platinum Equity, Lone Star and Rhône Capital. The Indian conglomerate…