Luncheon with Dr. Jaime Martin, Technology and New Ventures Corporate Director of Repsol
On February 20, the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Japan (SpCCJ) hold a luncheon with Dr. Jaime Martin, Technology and New Ventures Corporate Director of Repsol, where he shares his view of the future of the industry and opportunities in Japan, introducing “Repsol Technology & New Ventures strategic R&D partnerships in Japan”.
Location: Roppongi Hills Club 51 fl. Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-6151
Some of our members of ACE Japón participated on this event:
Repsol, also known in Japan as the technological partner of Honda in the Repsol Honda Team in the MotoGP World Championship, is one of the biggest worldwide energy companies based in Madrid, Spain. Repsol is one of the top companies in the oil and gas industry. Repsol is present across the entire value chain: exploration and production, transformation, development, and marketing of energy that is efficient, sustainable, and competitive for millions of people. Repsol markets products across 87 countries and operates in 37 of them, making Repsol a world-renowned energy company. At year-end 2016, Repsol boasted a diverse and multidisciplinary team comprising over 24,000 people representing 84 nationalities. In the last four years, Repsol has invested over 350 million euros in seeking new ways to generate sustainable and efficient energy.
About the Speaker:
Dr. Jaime Martín Juez is the Technology and New Ventures Corporate Director in Repsol, in charge of the R&D portfolio and the corporate venture capital investment fund of the Company. He joined Repsol in 1998 and has since held different management positions. Mr. Martin Juez was also member, from 2010 to 2013 of the CDM Panel at the United Nations Framework Convention Climate Change (UNFCCC), and from 2009 to 2011 of the Oil & Gas technical group in the Global Gas Flaring Reduction program (GGFR) of the World Bank. Currently, Mr. Martin Juez represents Repsol as member of the Climate Investments Executive Committee in the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI).