Enagás, among the most sustainable in its sector according to S&P Global

07 February 2023
  • Enagás ranks among the top companies in the Gas Utilities sector for its performance and transparency in economic, environmental and social matters
  • Every year, S&P Global’s “Sustainability Yearbook” acknowledges the world’s leading organisations in terms of ESG performance


Enagás has been included in the 2023 edition of the Sustainability Yearbook, a publication issued by S&P Global every year since 2004 in which the agency analyses and acknowledges the performance and excellence of companies around the world according to sustainability, social and corporate governance (ESG) criteria.

With 88 points out of 100, the company has obtained one of the highest scores and is therefore included among the most sustainable companies in its sector, Gas Utilities, in the ‘Top 5%’.  

For this year’s review process, S&P Global Index examined the world’s 7,800 largest companies and, after rigorous analysis, selected only the 708 most sustainable companies on the basis of economic, environmental and social criteria. A total of 30 Spanish companies appear in this ranking.

These results acknowledge the company’s commitment to carbon neutrality, its setting of ambitious emission reduction targets aligned with science and its commitment to the development of hydrogen and other renewable gases.

Leadership in sustainability

This recognition reinforces Enagás’ leadership in sustainability. The company has the highest ESG rating in its sector in the FTSE4Good sustainability index and is world leader in its sector on Bloomberg’s Gender Equality Index.

As a benchmark company in terms of work-life balance, Enagás has recently approved its second equality plan and has achieved the highest level of excellence, A+, in its certification as a Family Responsible Company (EFR). Furthermore, Enagás has been recognised by the Top Employers Institute as a 2023 Top Employers Spain company.

In terms of climate action, Enagás has obtained the highest Gold Standard rating, awarded by OGMP 2.0, for its methane emissions reduction plan. The company is committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2040 and has defined emission reduction targets in line with the 1.5ºC scenario and targets relating to the decarbonisation of its value chain (Scope 3). In addition, the company has set targets for nature and biodiversity. 


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