Who We Are

Purpose

We mobilize people and leverage business through the energy we deliver. Our business is supported by many roots. Therefore, we are present in the lives of thousands of people every day. We work with those who dare to think big, be innovative, and look to the future. Always committed to ethics, safety, and sustainability. To be all that we are today and build an even more promising future, we have a strong culture that is born from the inside out and is translated through our RAIZ:

History

We want to elevate the energy industry with ideas and solutions for now and for the future. Learn our history:
2011

Raízen is founded on the Joint Venture (JV) between Shell and Cosan. In the same year, we earned the Bonsucro certification.

Strengthening and expansion of The Raízen Foundation.

2012

In that year, we reached the highest investment grades from Fitch, S & P, and Moody's.

Creation of JV Raízen MIME strengthen presence in southern Brazil.

2013

Inauguration of the 1st ethanol pipeline exclusively for ethanol transport.

First issue of Raízen Energia's debentures in the market.

Inauguration of the Porto Nacional terminal.

2014

Historical issue of CRA (agribusiness bonds).

2015

Sugar exporting record.

Inauguration of the 2nd-generation ethanol plant.

Inauguration of the Rondonópolis MT terminal.

2016

Market share of fuels reaches historic mark of 27.4%.

2017

Inauguration of the Marabá PA terminal.

First issue of bonds in the international market.

2018

Purchase of Shell assets in Argentina.

2019:Inauguration of our first solar power plant in Piracicaba. New achievements are yet to come.

NUMBERS

We are one of the most competitive energy companies in the world and we are among the four largest in the country in revenue. See the numbers and know why.

R$ 103

billion in revenues

BRL

6.11 billion of EBITDA

4th largest company

by revenue in Brazil

2nd largest fuel

distribution company in Brazil

26 production units

of sugar, ethanol and bioenergy + 2G ethanol plant + 1 refinery

860 thousand hectares

of cultivated agricultural land

68

fuel distribution terminals

68 airport

refueling sites

More than 7,000 gas stations

in Brazil and Argentina

More than 1,600 convenience stores

in Brazil and Argentina

More than

2,000 B2B customers

25 billion

liters of fuel traded

2.5 billion liters

of ethanol production

4.2 million liters

of sugar production

16.6 TWh

of electricity generated

13,000 students

and 4 million people impacted by Raízen Foundation actions

Approximately

29,000 employees

Investment Grade

BBB/BBB by Fitch and S&P Agencies