As stated by the EIB, the project consists of the financing of the construction and operation of two solar photovoltaic plants for a total capacity of approximately 227 MW in the Spanish region of Andalucía.
As stated by Forbes, Compania Espanola de Petroleos SA (CEPSA) is a Spain-based company primarily active in the energy sector and the hydrocarbons industry. Through its subsidiaries, the Company is engaged in the exploration and extraction of crude oil; the refining, transport and marketing of oil derivatives, and the manufacturing of petrochemical products. The Company's products portfolio includes asphalts, bituminous derivates, lubricants, automotive oils, bottled gas and bulk propane, among others. It also operates a network of service stations under the CEPSA name, which are located nationwide. In addition, the Company is involved in the exploration and distribution of natural gas, as well as in the generation of electric energy. The Company is a parent of Grupo Cepsa, a group which comprises a number of entities with operations established in Canada, Panama, Colombia, Peru, Brazil, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, Algeria, Morocco and Egypt.
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Project contacts not available at the time of disclosure.
Client - Compañia Española de Petroleos SA:
Address: Cepsa Tower, Paseo de la Castellana, 259 A, 28046, Madrid, Spain
Phone: +34 91 337 60 00
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