- More than half of these new additions are associated with areas linked to its new strategy, Positive Motion, with which Cepsa aims to lead the energy transition in terms of sustainable mobility and clean energy in Spain and Portugal
- The incorporation of women tripled versus 2021, putting the company on track to meet its goal for at least 30% of leadership positions to be held by women in 2025 after reaching 26.7% in 2022
The company grew its workforce by 5% to 10,310 employees in 2022 versus 2021, strengthening its bet on the energy transition by developing its staff and hiring talent in new green businesses. More specifically, the largest percentage increase was in the Commercial & Clean Energies area (22%), which is developing decarbonization solutions for customers through the production of biofuels, green hydrogen, and renewable energy (solar and wind). Among other business lines, a significant number of new jobs were also added in Energy Parks (15%) and Mobility & New Commerce (11%), which manages the transformation of Cepsa's service stations to boost electric mobility and develop new digital solutions for New Commerce.