05 Apr 2017
- The calendar of visits continues after Holy Week, on April 21st, 22nd, 28th and 29th
- The Company will run buses for visitors in order to facilitate journeys from Palos, Moguer and Huelva
Last weekend marked the start of the first visits of the 11th Annual Cepsa Open Days in Palos de la Frontera. This is a program the Company uses to show society the daily workings of its facilities and the production processes, environmental controls and safety measures it carries out within them. After Holy Week, the scheduled Open Days will recommence: on April 21st, 22nd, 28th and 29th.
This initiative allows citizens to experience up close how a refinery and chemical plant work, the activity that the Company carries out both in the area and in the other countries in which it operates, and the many and unknown applications for oil in our daily lives.
Palos welcomes first visitors to Open Days
At each of the six scheduled open days, which last approximately three hours, the visits include an introduction to the world of oil and energy, and Cepsa's activity, a visit to the production plants and a walk, guided by environmental monitors, by the Laguna Primera de Palos lagoon, which is an example of biodiversity and conservation promoted and developed by Cepsa, included in the Network of Protected Spaces of the Autonomous Government of Andalusia through the Natural Park.
The attendees at the Open Days will also witness the high safety, environmental protection, energy efficiency, innovation and quality standards that govern all of Cepsa's activities.
Cepsa will run buses for visitors in order to facilitate journeys from the municipalities of Palos, Moguer and Huelva.
The Open Days, which reflect Cepsa's commitment to its environment and to transparency in its management, are one of the many visit programs run in Huelva, and also one of the most successful.
Those interested in attending the upcoming open days can register at www.cepsa.com