We create value
beyond our borders
Executive Chairman of Enagás
The Enagás chief executive explains the highlights of 2014, a year marked by sustainable growth, international expansion and the new regulatory framework for the Spanish gas market.
IN THE WORLD
With headquarters in Madrid,
Enagás is present in Spain,
Mexico, Chile and Peru and holds
a stakein a key gas pipeline for
ensuring supply in Europe.
Enagás is an international standard bearer in the development and maintenance of gas infrastructure and in the operation and management of complex gas networks.
BUSINESS MODEL AND VALUE CREATION
Dialogue and cooperation with our stakeholders is key for efficient management of key issues and, therefore, for generating and creating value.
The main governing bodies of the Enagás Group are its General Shareholders' Meeting and the Board of Directors. The Group's corporate governance values are independence, transparency, and diversity.
Sustained growth of global demand for gas and greater trading and arbitrage opportunities between regions all require a significant upgrade to global gas infrastructures over the coming years.
OPPORTUNITY AND RISK MANAGEMENT
Our corporate strategy and governance enable us to take advantage of opportunities and manage the risks inherent in our business model and the context in which we operate. In recent years these opportunities have resulted in developing new activities and also acquisitions.
PERFORMANCE AND OBJECTIVES
Sustainability is at the heart of how Enagás conducts its business activities. Our sustainable management model focuses on innovation and continuous improvement, allowing us to achieve sustainable results in the economic,social and environmental spheres.
Stock market performance, financial and non-financial ratings, human capital, customer satisfaction, etc. All the relevant performance data.
Self-assessment of adoption of integrated reporting principles and elements, GRI content index, External verification report and Contents of the Global Compact.
Information on the company's structure, the General Shareholders' Meeting, internal control and management systems, and the degree of compliance with corporate governance recommendations, as well as other related aspects.