|| The energy transition will represent major changes worldwide to which oil and gas companies are finding new ways to generate value.
Repsol is one of the largest private energy companies in the world. Headquartered in Madrid (Spain), it operates in more than 50 countries and counts with more than 27,000 employees.
Repsol Technology Center Counting, the biggest in Spain, conducts cutting-edge research in several areas, spearheading innovation with its 200 researchers from around the world in 20 different labs.
They will introduce some of the most interesting lines of research currently being conducted by Repsol.
Ms. Adriana Orejas, Director of Technology Projects for Downstream, with responsibility over the whole portfolio of R&D projects in Mobility, Refining, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Digitalization. Besides, she has been assigned as the new representative of Repsol in the CEFIC PC R&I and nominated as board member in SPIRE.
Javier de Diego, Mobility Portfolio Manager, that embraces all the R&D projects in fuels, lubes, batteries and racing
There will be some time for them to discuss with students about potential internship and career opportunities.
Students, post-graduates, and faculty members are encouraged to participate.