- The company will offer tours on October 21, 22, 28 and 29 or November 4, 5, 11 and 12 with a total of 600 places
- The Open House events, which were suspended due to the Covid19 pandemic, are part of Cepsa's commitment to its local areas and its responsibility to maintaining transparency with the public
Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the facilities, the company’s activities in Campo de Gibraltar and Huelva, and the many ways that crude oil is used in daily life that they may not know about, in addition to Cepsa’s new strategic plan for 2030, Positive Motion.
During these open house events, which last approximately three and a half hours, visitors will receive a welcome talk, visit the industrial facilities, and take a walk through the Madrevieja Environmental Station or the Laguna Primera de Palos, an example of ecosystem biodiversity and conservation, which was first promoted and developed by Cepsa and now by Fundación Cepsa. They will also witness the high safety, environmental protection, energy efficiency, innovation and quality standards that govern all of Cepsa's activities.
This initiative, which has been in place since 2006 and in which over 5,000 people have taken part so far, is in addition to the various institutional, educational, associational, and technical visits Cepsa carries out annually in order to show itself to the outside world and promote closer ties with the community.
The company will run buses for visitors in order to facilitate journeys from towns in the Campo de Gibraltar and Huelva region.