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YPF is a publicly listed with majority owned by government integrated oil and gas company headquartered in Argentina. In 2020, it had USD 9.38 billion in revenue and a reported 22,376 employees in 2019*. YPF is one of the largest producers of unconventional hydrocarbons in Latin America. The company aims to lead renewable energy generation in Argentina through YPF Luz, a subsidiary, but continues to rely heavily on fossil fuels.

Ranking position
#19 /100
Total score
18.6 /100
Performance score
2.8 /20
Narrative Score
Trend Score
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Performance module name Performance module score Rank (0-100)


11.9 /100 #23

Material Investment

10.5 /100 #30

Intangible Investment

0.0 /100 #20

Sold products

0.6 /100 #48


39.6 /100 #37

Supplier Engagement

15.0 /100 #28

Client Engagement

28.8 /100 #14

Policy Engagement

30.0 /100 #27

Business Model

15.0 /100 #15

Leading practices

No leading practices were identified for this company.

Risks and opportunities


YPF receives a trend score of -. If the company were reassessed in the near future, its score would likely decrease. The company has no emissions reduction targets beyond 2023 and, despite starting to offer renewable energy products in recent years, is not on track to achieve the low-carbon transition aligned with its 1.5°C pathway.

The company continues relying on fossil fuels, with plans to expand production of unconventional shale in Vaca Muerta in Argentina, which is one of the world’s largest shale reserves. Further, the company’s renewable electricity generation capacity remains limited and inadequate compared to its thermal power plants.

Progress towards the Paris Agreement

See results for

  1. 2023

More about the company

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Group revenue
USD 9.38 billion
Ownership structure
Publicly listed with majority owned by governement
Number of employees
Scope of activity
Fully integrated