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Repsol Presents Its 2020 Coronavirus Resilience Plan, With Sufficient Liquidity Until 2024

In a scenario of oil prices (Brent) at $35 and Gas (Henry Hub) at $1.8, Repsol has drawn up a contingency plan to deal with the impact of COVID-19. This includes cancelling the extra share buyback for 5% of capital due to be executed in May, which, totalled 1Bn euros, but maintaining its dividend at €1 per share. The company also flags that it has sufficient liquidity to deal with this situation at least until 2024.


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The Oil Sector Below The ‘Break Even’: ENI’s DPS Would Be In Danger; Total’s And Repsol’s Would Not

Brent crude oil is trading at $36 a barrel, down 20%, after OPEC and Russia broke off negotiations on Friday to try and cut the supply by 1.5 million barrels a day. At these levels, it completely breaks through the level indicated by the sector as break even, namely 45-55 dollars. Banco Sabadell analyses the sensitivity of the stocks they cover to variations in crude prices: Repsol, Total and ENI.









Repsol's bet on alternative energies

Repsol registers new subsidiary to manage its green energy business

Spanish oil-and-gas company Repsol SA  just created a new subsidiary for its renewable energy business: Repsol Renovables. This new company will be responsible for carrying out the new green energy projects that the oil company has for more than 1Bn investment.