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Spain’s first advanced biofuels plant in Murcia region will create sustainable fuel for reusable space rockets

SPAIN'S first advanced biofuels plant- opening in Cartagena next year- will look to make sustainable fuel for reusable space rockets being made by Elche's...

Richest man in Spain gets even wealthier as real estate assets soar

The investment arm of Spanish billionaire Amancio Ortega, founder and main shareholder of fashion group Inditex, has seen its real estate assets' market value...

Repsol oil company boss in Spain cleared over hiring security firm for illegal phone-tapping

THE National Court in Madrid has scrapped investigations into the president of the Repsol oil company, Antonio Brufau, over industrial spying going back a...

Repsol and Telefonica join forces to sell and install solar energy panels in Spain

TWO of Spain's best-known and biggest companies are to set up a solar panel venture for homes and businesses. Oil giant Repsol and telecoms provider...

Oil giant Repsol is constructing Spain’s first advanced biofuel plant in Murcia region

CONSTRUCTION of Spain's first advanced biofuel plant has started in the Cartagena area of Murcia. The €200 million project is being undertaken by Repsol at...

Spain’s fat cats under renewed investigation over corporate spying

SEVERAL of Spain’s most powerful businessmen are once again implicated in a far-reaching spying scandal. On Monday Spain’s High Court has placed Antonio Brufau, chairman...

Repsol installing over 600 electric charging points at service areas in Spain and Portugal

REPSOL is to spend €42.5 million installing 610 electric recharging points at its service stations in Spain and Portugal. The project is part of the...

Sun shines on Repsol: Spain’s oil giant opens first solar plant

OIL giant Repsol has opened its first first PV solar farm as it moves towards decarbonisation. Located in the town of Manzanares, in the province...

White House threatens Spanish oil giant Repsol with ‘devastating sanctions’ if it doesn’t stop drilling in Venezuela

THE White House has threatened Repsol with ‘devastating sanctions’ unless it withdraws from Venezuela. Along with Italy's ENI and India's Reliance, the Spanish oil giant...

Spain’s Repsol suffers staggering losses of €487 million in the first quarter of 2020

REPSOL has suffered losses of €487 million between January and March.

EXPLAINED: What you need to know about using bottled gas in Spain

MANY homes in Spain still rely on bottled gas as they don’t have access to mains gas, especially rural homes and businesses. Some also use...

Malaga Council launches hunt for international construction investors

Officials have paid €75,000 to share a stand with Madrid at the Mipim property fair in Cannes, France, the biggest such event in the world.

Calls to turn former toxic wasteland in Malaga into giant urban park

A petition has gained almost 25,000 signatures

Spain imports a million barrels of oil from Iran

Spain has become one of its largest importers

Spain’s Repsol expect 22% fall in profits

The international agency Fitch ratings said the firm has a negative outlook given that oil looks set to remain at around €31 a barrel this year

Oil prospecting in Alboran Sea scrapped

The Alboran Sea project had already been rejected because of environmental risk, but this will be the official termination of a project that started in 2010

Spain’s oil industry could create 250,000 new jobs

Spain could become a gas exporter by 2031

Sabinillas armed robber arrested

Firearm recovered from his home in Manilva

Energy giant Repsol abandons failed Canary Island drilling project

But projects off the Mijas coastline still look to go ahead

Battle for oil: Spain’s pursuit of liquid gold

Spain’s escalating oil exploration dispute is taking on the proportions of the epic seafaring battles of old, as Rob Horgan reports

Fossil fuel giant Repsol slammed in climate report for South America

The 'corporate conquistadors' are accused of causing irreparable damage to indigenous communities

Oil protests in Canary Islands

More than 200 protesters create a human S.O.S on Fuerteventura beach

Protest in Malaga over Greenpeace ship seizure

Hundreds of people are set to protest in Malage over the seizure of Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise

Greenpeace activists continue battle to promote renewable energy

EXCLUSIVE: As the Costa del Sol faces up to fracking, Greenpeace spokesman Julio Barea tells Jacqueline Fanchini why we should embrace renewable energy

Canary Islands to vote on Repsol drilling

Residents on the islands will take to the polls to vote on whether Repsol's oil and gas exploration should go ahead

Greenpeace and Junta support flotilla protest against Repsol fracking plans

Greenpeace and the Junta are backing a protest flotilla against fracking off the Mijas coastline

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