Corporate Profile

Pampa Energía is a leading independent and energy integrated company in Argentina. We participate in the electricity and gas value chains:

Note: Information updated as of March 31, 2024. The affiliates CT Barragán (‘CTBSA’), Transener and TGS are not consolidated in Pampa’s Financial Statements (‘FS’) under International Financial Reporting Standard (‘IFRS’). 1 It includes 848 MW in Ensenada Barragán thermal power plant (‘CTEB’ – CTBSA) (co-controlled). 2 It includes 140 MW at PEPE VI wind farm. 3 Average production of blocks in Argentina as of the first quarter of 2024 (‘Q1 24’). 4 As of December 31, 2023.

In power generation, Pampa operates an installed capacity of approximately 5,332 MW, which represents 12% of Argentina’s installed capacity. By adding the upcoming 140 MW expansions, our total installed capacity would amount to 5,472 MW.

In power transmission, Pampa co-controls Transener, a company in which we have a 26.3% indirect interest and operates and maintains 86% of the Argentine high voltage transmission grid covering 22.4 thousand km of lines.

The assets in oil and gas comprises both operated and non-operated blocks at Pampa Energía’s stake. The total average production as of Q1 24 in Argentina amounted to 73.1 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day (94% gas), with operations in 12 productive blocks and 804 productive wells as of March 31, 2024.

In the gas value chain, midstream is made up by our 26.2% co-controlling interest at TGS, the country’s largest gas transportation company, owning a 9,248 km-long gas pipelines and a NGL plant, General Cerri, with production capacity of 1 million tons per year.

Finally, in downstream, Pampa owns two high-complexity petrochemical plants producing styrene, Styrene Butadiene Rubber (‘SBR’) and polystyrene, with a domestic market share ranging between 94% and 100%.

Pampa is listed on the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange (‘ByMA’) under the ticker ‘PAMP’, takes part in the S&P Merval and the sustainability (non-traded) indexes, and is a member of the special stocks quote panel, known as +GC Panel, which selects listed companies having the best corporate governance practices.

Pampa has a Level II American Depositary Share (‘ADS’) program listed in the New York Stock Exchange (‘NYSE’) under the ticker ‘PAM’, and each ADS represents 25 common shares. Our ADR participates in the Bloomberg’s gender-equality stock index GEI (non-traded), in which Pampa is the only Argentine company, together with other 33 Latin American companies.