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The EIB provides €120 M financing for Repsol’s C43 biofuels project in Cartagena

Renta 4 | Repsol has obtained a 120 million euros loan from the European Investment Bank, which will be earmarked for financing the company’s biofuels plant in Cartagena, Murcia. The investment for the C43 project would be180 million euros, according to Repsol. It has already announced it would carry out investments aimed at converting the plant into the first advanced biofuels plant with low Co2 emissions. The C43 project will…


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Repsol buys 7.700 MW renewables portfolio from Asterion Energies for €560-580 M

Bankinter | Repsol has bought a portfolio of over 7.700 MW of renewable projects from Asterion Energies. The assets are located in Spain (84%), Italy (12%) and France (4%). The Spanish oil and gas company is paying 560 million euros for the portfolio, plus an additional amount of a maximum 20 million euros for contingent payments. Analyst team’s view: Positive news because: (i) it expands its position in renewables. We…


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Repsol hikes renewables construction to 7.500 Mw in 2025

Renta 4 | Repsol has 2.000 Mw of renewable projects under construction, of which approximately 59% are located in Spain, 35% in the US and 6% in Chile. The company wants to hike its renewable energy generation to 7.500 Mw to 2025. The Spanish oil and gas firm is developing a new photovoltaic energy plant in Villena, with an installed capacity of 300 Mw. Whatsmore, the company is continuing to…


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Repsol could hike its investment in renewables in the US with two projects valued at €800 M

Bankinter | Repsol could launch two hefty investments in renewables in the US. Specifically, according to press reports, it would be two projects in Texas for 1.200 MW. The investments are calculated to reach 800 million euros (investments forecast for the whole year are approximately 4 billion euros). Repsol has significant Exploration and Production assets in Pennsylvania, Texas, the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska. But this move would mean positioning…


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S&P hikes Repsol rating to BBB+ from BBB after company strengthens balance sheet amid high raw material prices

Renta 4 | S&P has raised its rating on Repsol from BBB to BBB+, while maintaining its A-2 in the short-term, with a stable outlook. The ratings agency has based its move on a backdrop of high raw material prices, divestments and Repsol’s prudent financial policies to strengthen its balance sheet and improve credit measures. S&P flags that the market situation will favourably affect the company throughout the cycle. This…


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Repsol boosts natural gas production, strengthens its position in US

Link Securities | Repsol has strengthened its offensive in the US to boost its natural gas output. According to sources consulted by el Economista.es, the group has reached an agreement with Australia’s Santos-Oil Search to take a 49% stake in a total of 46 exploration blocks in Alaska. At the same time, the Spanish oil and gas company has acquired a mining area from Abarta in the Marcellus basin and…


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Repsol Posts Net Income Of €3.222 Billion And Rises 11% Dividend

Net income from January to September was €3.222 billion. The recovery in the first half of the year is allowing Repsol to partially offset the losses in 2019 and 2020 of more than €7.1 billion due to asset adjustments linked to the zero net emissions ambition and the global health pandemic. Adjusted net income amounted to €4.564 billion, of which close to 60% came from the company’s international businesses, whose…


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Repsol enters Acteco’s capital with 27% stake

Renta 4 | Repsol has bought 27% of Acteco, which specialises in the pickup, management and recycling of waste in Spain, specifically plastics. With the acquisition of this stake, the oil and gas company has guaranteed the supply of waste which will be used in the manufacturing of low emission products. Repsol continues to bet on the circular economy. No financial details of the transaction have been revealed. With Repsol…


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Repsol’s Q3’22 trading statement predicts spectacular results: record Ebitda of €12.955 Bn

Renta 4 | On Monday after the market close, Repsol released figures corresponding to Q3’22, where the price of Brent (100,8 USD/b) rose 37.1% year-on-year and fell 11.5% quarter-on-quarter, and the price of gas (8,2 USD/Mbtu) was up 105% year-on-year and 13.9% quarter-on-quarter. These figures compare with the company’s guidelines for 2022, where it considers levels of 70 USD/b and 3,7 USD/Mtbu, while sensitivity to the price of Brent is…