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About Redexis Gas: Who we are

Who we are

Redexis, a commitment to growth

We are an integrated energy infrastructure company that is active in the development and operation of networks for the transmission and distribution of natural gas, the distribution and sale of liquefied petroleum gas and the promotion of renewable applications for natural gas and hydrogen. With 662,067 connection points, we operate more than 10,000 kilometers across eleven autonomous communities, providing Spanish homes, businesses and industries with access to new, more sustainable and efficient energy sources.

The Company is also providing a boost for gas-powered vehicles through investments in new mobility infrastructure.

We provide more than 330 direct jobs and generates indirect employment for a further 2,800 people.

We are committed to excellence and innovation, in daily work, in order to actively contribute to the social welfare and sustainable development. We are a company that respects society and the environment around us and therefore, we have adhered to the Spanish Network of the Global Compact of the United Nations. Our environmental policy consists in the integration of environmental management and sustainable development in the corporate strategy, working for the conservation of the natural environment in our facilities and construction projects, rationalization of resources and the minimization of any potential environmental impacts.

We maintain a robust and continuous expansion plan, with more than 1,300 million euros invested since 2010, and its continuing aim is to create lasting value in the communities in which it operates.

The ownership of Redexis Gas is as follows: ATP 33.3%, USS 33.3% and GT Fund and CNIC jointly 33.3%.

Areas where Redexis operates

Operating data as of 30 June 2018

Presence in 31 provinces and 582 municipalities authorized
Network extension: 10,188 km
Energy distributed: 17,205 GWh


51 pipelines
1,643 km of transmission network

148 Measurement and Regulation Station


582 municipalities authorized
662,067 connection points
8,546 km of distribution network