Naturgy Energy Group SA
Industry Group: Utilities
Naturgy stems from the acquisition of Union Fenosa in 2008. The company operates across the gas value chain, from procurement to distribution and marketing. It owns and operates the largest gas distribution network in Spain and is the leader in retail gas supply. The company also owns and operates gas and electricity distribution networks in Latin America. The company owns 16.20 GW of generation capacity including 3.30 GW of wind and solar.
ESG Risk Rating
Industry Group (1st = lowest risk)
Utilities 75 out of 705
Global Universe 3903 out of 15518
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|75 out of 705|
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Naturgy Energy Group SA's Exposure is High
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Naturgy Energy Group SA's Management of ESG Material Risk is Strong
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