For more than 100 years, we have been laying out a path of innovation. We explore and produce oil and natural gas. We refine and market oil products. We distribute and supply natural gas. We generate and market electricity.

Our activities


  • projects
    28 projects
  • average WI production
    127 kboepd average WI production
  • 2P reserves + 2C resources
    2.2 bnboe 2P reserves + 2C resources


  • service stations
    1.480 service stations
  • Electric mobility charging points
    1186 Electric mobility charging points
  • Oil products sales
    6.5 mton Oil products sales
  • Gas & Power sales
    22,5 TWh Gas & Power sales

Industrial & Energy Management

  • refining emissions reduction (scope 1 & 2 vs 2017)
    - 30 % refining emissions reduction (scope 1 & 2 vs 2017)
  • raw materials processed
    77 mmboe raw materials processed
  • Supply & Trading of NG/LNG
    67 TWh Supply & Trading of NG/LNG
  • Oil products supply
    15 mton Oil products supply

Renewables & New Businesses

  • Gross renewable capacity in operations and construction & development
    c.4.7 GW Gross renewable capacity in operations and construction & development
  • Gross renewable generation installed capacity
    963 MW Gross renewable generation installed capacity
  • Gross renewable power generation
    1,288 GWh Gross renewable power generation

Our global footprint

Our strategy

As the pace of energy transition accelerates, markets must adapt. Today’s context is of a world that will see a rapid change in the energy outlook and an increase in renewable energy investments and associated technologies to meet the Paris Agreement goals.

Galp’s strategic planning is based on a set of energy beliefs with a common assumption that a deep transformation will impact the energy sector during this decade towards a cleaner future:

  • Social and regulatory pressure accelerating the decarbonisation pace;
  • Growing share of electricity with expected significant increase in electric vehicle sales;
  • Solar and wind becoming a relevant energy source for power generation;
  • Green/blue hydrogen gaining momentum with viable options emerging;
  • European Union setting the strategic ambition to build an integrated lithiumion battery value chain;
  • Significant decrease in oil demand in Europe, leading to a wave of refinery rationalisation;
  • More electrified global energy mix, although oil and gas maintain a crucial role for several years. 

Learn more about Galp’s strategy.