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Repsol refining and oil products summary


Repsol refining and oil products summary

Report summary

Since agreeing to a settlement of US$5 billion with the Argentinian state for its expropriation of YPF in 2012, Repsol has once again re-balanced its portfolio with the 2014 acquisition of upstream company Talisman for US$13 billion. However, the persistently low crude oil price has suppressed upstream performance in 2015. With its refinery downstream investment programme complete, and new units fully operational, Repsol has been well-positioned to fully exploit the improved Iberian oil product demand environment, as well as the exceptionally strong European refining margins experienced on the back of the oil price collapse since the second half of 2014.  

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The energy industry conducts activities against a backdrop of growing energy and environmental challenges. Political instabilities, international conflicts and government and environmental regulation all impact the production process.

This Refining and Oil Products Company report provides an overview of company strategy, the competitive position of fuels marketing and its profitability in Europe. You'll also find a detailed analysis of company strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and potential threats.

Focusing on competitive benchmarking, this company report gives both new entrants and existing players an in-depth view of this company within the European fuels marketing sector. Use this to identify investment needs and acquisition opportunities, and strengthen business strategies.

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  • Executive summary
    • SWOT Analysis
    • The Talisman acquisition re-balances Repsol's upstream portfolio but impacts financial state
    • Major downstream investment programme complete, the strategic focus returns to upstream
    • Strong downstream results maintained, as the oil price collapse sees further upstream losses
  • Financials
    • Repsol full year Capex by business segment
  • Portfolio summary
    • European Refining & Marketing operations
    • Refining
    • Marketing
  • Refining and oil products
    • Supply/Demand
    • Implications & Outlook
  • Mergers and acquisitions

In this report there are 10 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
    • Executive summary: Table 1
  • Financials
    • Repsol full year EBITDA by business segment
    • Repsol 3Q Adjusted Net Income by business segment
    • Financials: Image 3
  • Portfolio summary
    • Portfolio summary: Image 1
    • Repsol European refinery capacity (kb/sd)
    • Repsol European service stations by country
  • Refining and oil products
    • Total company position
    • Supply areas
  • Mergers and acquisitions
    • Recent European Acquisition/Divestment
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