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Abengoa creates value for its shareholders through a relationship based on trust and mutual respect, the payment of dividends, and maintaining growing profitability results that contribute to the continuous rise in the company’s share value.

The year ended with a new, impeccable execution by the engineering and construction division. New project bookings in the order portfolio remain at very high levels. Rollout of all assets under concession has been and continues to be a key focal point, highlighting the operational startup in Arizona (US) of Solana, the world’s largest CSP plant with 6 hours storage capability enabling energy production after sundown. The bioenergy division obtained improved margins, and will bring on of the first second-generation bioethanol production plant, Hugoton, into operation during the first quarter of 2014.

2013 was a demanding year in every sense, including from the standpoint of capital markets. For Abengoa, the year was accentuated by the company’s entry into the US stock market, the largest in the world. Since October 17th, Abengoa has been listed on the US technology sector securities market, Nasdaq, under the ticker symbol ABGB, thereby consolidating the company’s presence in the US and augmenting the flexibility of its capital structure in order to continue to successfully address identified opportunities.

Abengoa chairman Felipe Benjumea Llorente and chief executive officer Manuel Sánchez Ortega, accompanied by the company’s entire senior management team, celebrate the launch of Abengoa’s Nasdaq listing following the Opening Bell ceremony.