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Community investment

Repsol works with several organizations in Norway to work toward building better communities

University of Stavanger 

Education has been a main strategy area for years. Our cooperation with UiS has been continued since 2006 and we have spent more than 12 Million NOK in this cooperation. Since 2013 we also honor the three best Petroleum Enegineering students every year, by handing out a “Repsol Energy Best Student Award”.

Norwegian Petroleum Museum

As part of the future recruitment to the industry we also support the Norwegian Petroleum Museum to encourage young people to take interest in science subjects and in our industry.

Rogaland Theatre 

Summer 2013 we became a cooperation partner with Rogaland Theatre. This means that two dedicated and creative businesses in Stavanger city have found each other with the aim to use the agreement in a mutual appreciation of each other's reputation.


"Wyvern" is a 60 foot offshore sailing boat and part of Stavanger Maritime Museum's collection of vessels. We have supported the vessels "Anna av Sand" and "Wyvern" since 2007.

Hammer Stavanger and Tour des Fjords

Repsol is the main sponsor of Hammer Stavanger and official sponsor of Tour des Fjords until 2022.. We are proud to support these positive sporting events, which attracts top cyclists as well community members who take part in the “Ciclo Sportive” race, a kids race and family-friendly events.


In 2020 we give contributions/donations to the following:  

  • Kirkens Bymisjon in Rogaland 
  • Varmestuens venner 
  • Norwegian Air Ambulance 
  • Norwegian Cancer Society/Kreftomsorg Rogaland 
  • Asfalt (magazine)
  • Trafikkland AS- educational training for kids
Hammer Series Competition

Hammer Stavanger and Tour of Norway events

Repsol is a proud sponsor of both cycling events.
Actress performing in the play Tønes

A joint social responsibility initiative by Repsol Norge and Rogaland Theater

Another year brought another performance exclusively for users, volunteers and employees of The Church City Mission. This year, the play Tønes was performed in front of more than 250 visitors, who were also served a beef stew before the performance.
William Ash at Paris marathon

Raise awareness for Norwegian Bone Marrow Donor Register (NBMDR)

William Ash is a normal 24-year-old guy who lost a close friend long before her time - Alice Byron was just a 20-year-old girl when she was diagnosed with Leukaemia. Alice passed away in July 2016, leaving behind a cause she had fought tirelessly for the entire year before her death. Two years after her death, William’s passion for continuing her cause has not faded.
In front from left Kenneth Løland, Isabella Ghesla Rossetti, Juan Manuel Rubio Romero Back:  Grethe Elise Foldnes and Zongqiang Luo (on Skype)

Annual Repsol Energy Best Student Award

On June 17th 2020, Repsol honored the four best students of the Petroleum Engineering and Petroleum Geosciences programs at the University of Stavanger with a check and a diploma.