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Campus Palmas Altas

C/Energía Solar, 1

Seville, 41014


Phone: 34 954 93 71 11


Abengoa, S.A. operates as an engineering and clean technology company. The company provides solutions for a range of customers in the energy and environmental sectors. It operates in approximately 50 countries worldwide. Segments The company operates through three segments: Engineering and Construction, Concession-Type Infrastructures, and Industrial Production. ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION This segment is engaged in the engineering and construction of electrical, mechanical, and instrumental infrastructures in the energy, industrial, water transport, and services sectors, as well as the development of technology for the company’s businesses. This segment provides services throughout Europe, North America, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific. This segment includes two activities, Engineering and Construction, and Technology and Other. Engineering and Construction Operations: The company’s core areas of operation are the development, design, and construction on an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) basis of renewable energy (solar, ethanol, biodiesel, and biomass) plants; power transmission lines; conventional energy (co-generation and combined cycle) plants; and water treatment, desalination plants, other hydraulic infrastructures, and industrial installations. Solar Energy: Within the field of solar energy, this segment has experience in designing and constructing various complex facilities. The company’s Engineering and Construction activity's other work for the Solar segment of its Concession-Type Infrastructures segment includes the construction of 13 solar 50 megawatt (MW) trough power plants in Spain. The company also brought into operation a 280 MW solar thermal project with 6 hours of molten salt storage in Solana, Arizona, the electricity from which the company sells to the Arizona Public Service Company. It also has another 280 MW solar thermal project under construction in Mojave, California, which would sell electricity to the Pacific Gas and Electric Company. In South Africa, the company is building two solar thermal projects, one solar thermal plant with 100 MW of capacity with parabolic trough technology, and a 50 MW tower solar thermal technology power plant, both of which would sell electricity to the local national grid for 20 years. Additionally, it has built the Shams-1 facility in Abu Dhabi (the United Arab Emirates), with a power capacity of 100 MW. The company’s Engineering and Construction activity's work for other entities in the solar energy field includes the construction of an integrated solar combined cycle plant with 150 MW in Hassi R'Mel (Algeria), as well as the construction of a 470 MW power plant located in Ain-Beni-Mathar (Morocco), for the Office National de I'Electricite (ONE), the Moroccan power utility, both of which have entered into operation. Both plants, in Algeria and Morocco, would use combined cycle technology integrated with a solar field of parabolic trough collectors. In 2013, the company signed an agreement with BrightSource Energy Inc., a concentrating solar thermal technology company, to jointly develop, build, and operate solar power towers in California. Transmission: As of December 31, 2013, the Engineering and Construction activity had 2,660 kilometer (km) of high voltage power transmission lines in operation for proprietary use and 9,373 km of such lines under construction. Biofuels: In the biofuels sector, the company has constructed various plants for its Industrial Production activity on a turnkey construction basis. These include an ethanol plant in Rotterdam (the Netherlands), with capacity to produce approximately 480 million liters of ethanol from corn or wheat, and two ethanol plants in Indiana and Illinois (both in the United States), each with a capacity of 340 million liters. The company is constructing one of the first and few commercial-scale second generation bioethanol production plants in Kansas, United States, which is due to start operation in 2014. This plant, with a 95 million liter capacity, would be able to convert cellulosic biomass, primarily agricultural waste products, into


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