Repsol YPF Second Quarter 2009 Preliminary Results
WEBCAST – CONFERENCE CALL July 30th, 2009
Repsol YPF 2Q09 Preliminary Results
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2Q 2009 HIGHLIGHTS
Miguel Martínez Miguel Martínez
2Q 2009 Highlights
• 428 M€ CCS Recurrent Operating Income (70%...
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