Repsol Technology Center
Fifteen years inventing
the future of energy
The origins of Repsol's research date back to the 40s, with the creation of the Repsol Research Center. This is the seed that has grown into the modern-day Technology Center, the largest private research center in Spain. Over 200 scientists and researchers from all over the world work there and it is considered “the heart of technological research and innovation” at our Company. It features a model based on open innovation and networking, with an important focus on collaboration with research teams from all over the world. In 2017, the center celebrated its 15th anniversary as a European leader in energy innovation.
The Repsol Technology Center has engine laboratories and refining pilot plants, as well as chemicals, plastics, gas, and lubricants laboratories.
New exploration and production laboratories are built, including the first fluid analysis laboratory in Spain.
Initiation of biocomputing and genome sequencing research for identifying bacteria that can help in the search for hydrocarbons.
We develop various cutting-edge digital petrophysics technologies that will provide us with in-depth knowledge of the subsoil in exploration and production.
We are at the forefront of sustainable mobility with new Repsol Neotech fuels, improved batteries for electric cars, a prototype for a direct injection AutoGas engine...
Marc Márquez wins his fourth World MotoGP title with the Repsol Honda team. Since 1995, engineers from both companies have worked together to develop the engines, fuels, and lubricants used in racing.