Josu Jon Imaz

Repsol

Chief Executive Officer

Josu Jon Imaz  has been Chief Executive Officer since April 2014. Ever since, he has led Repsol's transformation process, establishing the company as a global multi-energy company that boasts one of the most efficient refining systems in Europe, a major player in the Spanish electricity and gas market, and a leader in the development of sustainable mobility solutions. Under his leadership, Repsol has accelerated its assets' decarbonization process, becoming one of the leaders in the energy transition in Spain and the first oil and gas company to commit to reaching net zero emissions by 2050. In 2008, Josu Jon Imaz joined Repsol as Chairman of its subsidiary Petronor, a company where he successfully managed the challenges of modernization, sustainability, and community relations. As of 2010, in addition to serving as Chairman of Petronor, he also became Director of New Energies. In 2012, he joined the Executive Committee as Executive Managing Director of the Industrial Area and New Energies, where he was responsible for coordinating the activities at all the industrial complexes, among other functions. He was also Vice Chairman of Gas Natural SDG, S.A. from September 2016 to February 2018. Josu Jon Imaz is a Doctor of Chemical Sciences from the University of the Basque Country. He graduated from the School of Chemical Sciences in San Sebastián and received the award of excellence upon completion of his degree. He was also a visiting scholar at Harvard Kennedy School in the United States.

Sessions With Josu Jon Imaz

Monday, 7 March

  • 02:10pm - 02:50pm (CST) / 07/mar/2022 08:10 pm - 07/mar/2022 08:50 pm

    How Governments & Businesses Align on Net Zero

    Panel Finance & Investment/Trading & Risk Management/ESG
    Countries representing 90% of both global GDP and emissions have now committed to net-zero emissions, but the IPCC, IHS Markit, and others project that emissions will increase by 2030. International oil and gas companies were largely excluded from the COP 26 negotiations. Fuel and power generation shortages have caused oil and gas price increases that have alarmed both politicians and the public. How can governments and businesses align to address both the energy transformation of the future and the energy security needs of today? What role can non-governmental organizations (NGOs) play in helping to reshape consumer demand and governmental and industry responses to meet demand?