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  • Abengoa continues to be a consolidated component of the Ibex35 index. Company share value has appreciated by 801 % since going public in 1996.
  • CEO involvement in earnings presentations and roadshows following quarterly earnings reports.
  • Change in reporting structure to facilitate understanding of Abengoa’s business model and strategic vision.
  • Participation at 17 national and international roadshows affording the opportunity to address more than 600 institutional investors in person.
  • Abengoa’s General Shareholders Meeting held on April 10, 2011 approved modifications of its bylaws with the aim of including the potential creation of Class B shares. This agreement was approved by a majority of over 90 % of the share capital represented at the meeting.
  • The company held the 6th Annual Investor Day outside of Spain for the first time. The event took place in the world’s two main financial centers, New York and London, in an attempt to reach the largest possible audience.
  • Introduction of an official estimation of annual results aimed at helping the investing community project their assessments of Abengoa.
  • Introduction of a participant survey service to identify improvement areas following any type of disclosure to the market (earnings presentations, special communications).
  • Entry of the First Reserve Corporation into Abengoa’s shareholding.
  • Strategic alliance with Cemig for the development of new transmission lines in Brazil, and sale of the stake in Telvent, a reflection of the ongoing policy of asset rotation enabling Abengoa to maximize asset value.
  • Abengoa’s renewed status as a component of the FTSE4Good IBEX index of socially responsible investments.