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Repsol SWOT & PESTLE Analysis

ID : 52546353| May 2019| 15 pages

COMPANY PROFILE -Repsol

Business Sector :Oil and Gas

Operating Geography :Spain, Europe, Global

About Repsol :

Repsol is a 32-years old company in the energy sector and is based in Madrid, Spain. It operates in 37 countries across Europe, South America, North America, Africa and Asia. With a workforce of over 25000, it is one of the major explorer and producer of Oil and Gas in the world. Repsol supplies its products worldwide and the major buyers are corporates and national governments. Repsol has activities and operations in the Upstream as well as the downstream channel. In the upstream, it has got the vital operation of exploring and producing oil and gas. Its downstream operations include refining of crude oil, petrochemicals and marketing of Petroleum Products (including LPG). It also carries out production and supply of electricity. Repsol targets the use of low-carbon Gas as the source for energy in the future.
Repsol’s mission statement as per its website is to “Be an energy company committed to a sustainable world with a forward-looking vision based on innovation, efficiency, and respect, and on creating value to promote progress in society.” Repsol’s vision as per its website is to “Being a global, energy company based on innovation, efficiency, and respect, sustainably creates value to promote progress in society.”

Repsol Revenue :


€ 49,701 million – FY ended Dec 31st, 2018 (y-o-y growth of 20.5%)
€ 41,242 million – FY ended Dec 31st, 2017

Competitive Analysis of Repsol

SWOT
PESTLE
The SWOT analysis of Repsol is presented below:
Strengths
Weaknesses
1. Large size and scale with diverse operational areas
2. Strong Upstream and downstream presence
3. Robust Distribution Network
4. Strategic Partnership with Honda and GPN
5. Sound financials and shareholder returns
1. Low synergy realization from acquisition
2. Lower exploration success rate
Opportunities
Threats
1. Implementation of low-carbon business and recent explorations
2. Adoption of Natural Gas as energy source
3. Downstream expansion to drive growth
1. Declining Oil Reserves
2. Advent of electric vehicles
3. Competition in western market
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Strength

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Weakness

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Opportunity

1. Implementation of low-carbon business and recent explorations: In 2018, Repsol announced the finding of one of the largest gas reserves in Indonesia. The reserve is the largest finding for Repsol in 19 years and features in the top 10 largest findings in the world in 2018. The company is looking forward to operate and extract the reserve in 2019-20. It is estimated that the reserve will provide at least 2 Trillion Cubic feet of natural gas. This will provide a great deal for Repsol to get into the untapped Asian market. Repsol is moving towards implementation of low-carbon business through GNF (Gas Natural Fenosa) and the explorations are a massive boost to this vision. They are also looking for explorations in Norway and Russia.

2. Adoption of Natural Gas as energy source: CEO Josu Jon Imazin 2018 quoted that “Repsol is looking forward to reduce carbon-based source of energy and wants to invest on natural Oil reserves as a part of their sustainability measures. With the recent findings, this offers great advantage. Almost in all developed nations CNG is being used as fuel for automobiles and is likely to replace petrol and diesel completely. Repsol has recently acquired assets from Viesgo’s in a bid for low-emission business with the potential for massive growth and profitability that has already provided 750000 customers and has increased Repsol’s capacity to 2950 MW in 2018.

3. Downstream expansion to drive growth: Keeping in mind that chemicals demand is expected to grow by 4-4.5%p.a and for rubber, the global demand growth forecast is 2.5% per annum for the next 5 years, Repsol is planning to expand and invest more its downstream operations. The downstream expansion has been named as one of the core priorities of 2018-20 with an investment of Euro 6.3bn i.e. 45% of total Capital expenditure. Repsol has a target of Euro 1bn FCF generation downstream in 2018-20 and 27% growth target in 2020.

Threat

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Major Competitors :

Key Business Segments / Diversification :

Repsol
ExplorationSupply and marketing of wholesale gas Refining Marketing LPG
Trading Gas & Electricity Chemicals Development
Lubricants Asphalts
Specialized Products
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References used in Repsol Analysis Report

1. Repsol Annual Report 2018: https://www.repsol.com/imagenes/global/en/28022019-Repsol-Annual-Financial-Report-2018_tcm14-147383.pdf

2. Repsol Investors Information - https://www.repsol.com/en/shareholders-and-investors/official-notices-and-presentations/presentations/index.cshtml

3. Repsol First Quarter Results 2019 - https://www.repsol.com/en/shareholders-and-investors/financial-information/quarterly-results/index.cshtmlhttps://www.bbc.com/news/topics/ce25yderw6pt/trade-war

4. How Western Multinationals Are Responding to the Escalating U.S.-China Trade War - https://hbr.org/2018/12/how-western-multinationals-are-responding-to-the-escalating-u-s-china-trade-war

5. Repsol Investors Update 2018 - https://www.repsol.com/imagenes/global/en/investors_update_nov_18_tcm14-141547.pdf

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