1.2 Business model / A key link in the energy chain
|• 4,142* employees in 41* countries|
|• 25%* women in the Group|
|• Over 50* nationalities|
|SOCIETAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CAPITAL|
|• A Climate Committee to support our energy transition|
|• 38%* of sites certified|
|• €2.92M donated to community investment and social engagement initiatives, including €1.65M for the Covid emergency fund|
|• 37* Compliance Officers|
|• Supply control of our retail & marketing businesses|
|• 1,015 gas stations in 22 countries|
|• 117* industrial sites worldwide|
|• 1.4M m3 of storage capacity for our support & services and retail & marketing activities|
|• €245M in capital expenditure|
|• 5 fully-owned vessels and 9 time charters|
|• €4Bn: Group market capitalization|
|• €377M: free cash flow after maintenance investment|
|• 0.36: ratio of net financial debt to EBITDA|
Give as many people as possible regular and reliable access to energy to meet their basic needs
Provide the energy necessary for the operation of industry and professionals.
Distributing energy for everyday life
80 operational subsidiaries in Africa, the Caribbean and Europe.
A decentralized system as close as possible to local challenges.
Support the energy transition by offering our customers less carbon-intense solutions.
|OUR BUSINESS LINES|
|RETAIL & MARKETING||SUPPORT & SERVICES|
|Fuels, liquefied gases, bitumen||Trading, supply, shipping|
|85% OF SALES REVENUE||15% OF SALES REVENUE|
90% of the gas station network is located in Africa and the Caribbean
100% of bitumen is distributed to develop infrastructure in Africa
86% of sales revenue in Europe is derived from the distribution of liquefied gases.
Ensure the reliability and sustainability of our retail & marketing activities in areas where supply is complex.
Operate a refinery to supply energy to the French Antilles.
|Activity carried out as a joint venture and accounted for under the equity method since April 30, 2020|
|OF STORAGE CAPACITY|
50% for fuels.
50% for chemicals, biofuels and agrifood products.
5 countries in Europe.
• Customers of our gas stations for their mobility and related services (shops, car washing, etc.).
• Users of liquefied gas in tanks (home delivery) or in cylinders for heating and cooking.
A very broad and diversified spectrum of customers, including the following sectors:
• public works
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|OUR VALUE CREATION|
|• 69%* of employees trained|
|• 102* net jobs created|
|• 98%* of employees employed locally|
|• 97%* of employees have health coverage|
|• 5.5*: frequency rate of occupational accidents (-43% since 2015)|
|SOCIETAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CAPITAL|
|• Promotion of less carbon-intense energies (liquefied gases, biofuels, etc.)|
|• 28 circular economy and renewable energy development projects|
|• €175M: taxes|
|• 0* major industrial accidents|
|• Over 20,000 people benefiting from our community investments|
|• Continuity of supply essential to the economies of the countries where the Group operates|
|• 20% of cash flow allocated to growth investments|
|• Geographic diversity of business lines and products|
|• No. 1 or 2 in market share depending on the region|
|• €280M: net income, Group share|
|• €186.5M distributed to shareholders|
|• €2.72: net earnings per share|
|• €1.80**: amount of dividend per share|
|• 9% compound growth over 10 years in earnings per share and dividend per share|
|• 13%: average ROCE after tax over 2018-2020|
|SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY|
Through its goal of providing access to energy to as many people as possible, particularly in regions where a large part of the population lacks access to energy, Rubis contributes first and foremost to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7 “Affordable and clean energy.”
More generally, the Group conducts its activities in accordance with a CSR approach that contributes to the SDGs. The implementation of demanding HSE standards to limit the impact of its activities on people (SDG 3) and the environment (SDGs 6 and 15), commitments to combat climate change (SDG 13), policies to promote team diversity (SDG 5) and increase the sharing of value created (SDG 8), and anti-corruption standards in line with the best international standards (SDG 16) are some practical examples.
The Group’s community investment and social engagement complement this commitment by contributing to regional development.
|Target of 20% reduction in CO2 emissions by 2030 (reference year 2019, covering Rubis Énergie - scopes 1 and 2)|
|Target of an average of at least 30% women on the Management Committees of Rubis Énergie and its subsidiaries by 2025|
* Data including the Rubis Terminal JV.
** Amount proposed to the Shareholders’ Meeting of June 10, 2021.
Data as of December 31, 2020.