Repsol


CMD: less upstream to deploy low-carbon investments

27/11/20 -"The company detailed its strategy after the net zero target announced a year ago. While 2021-22 is a focus around the balance sheet, 2023-25 will deliver growth. The dividend is cut to €0.60 per ..."

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