We learn from nature that “waste” can be a resource. This is how Eni's research made it possible to transform an organic fraction of solid urban waste into bio-oil. The so called “waste to fuel”...
With a virtuous behaviour we can make a great contribution to the environment and even a bottle, if properly recycled, becomes a valuable resource.
The transition towards a circular economy is an opportunity for change.
The process and the technology we use to produce advanced biofuels from food waste and organic fraction of household waste.
Versalis, the Eni chemical company that develops chemical intermediates and polymers using innovative technologies.
Could plastic possibly become a positive force in the “new world” of the circular economy? Eni's commitment, with Versalis.
Versalis has developed a kind of styrofoam that does not release single balls. Emissions and energy consumption are lower.
We are developing a series of systems for capturing carbon dioxide and reusing it to produce innovative fuels and products that reflect the principles of the circular economy.
We have two pilot plants in operation that produce bio-oil from the intensive cultivation of microscopic algae, powered by CO2 captured from our upstream operations.
We are developing more efficient systems to convert natural gas and carbon dioxide into methanol, an energy vector and intermediate for the chemical industry with a great deal of potential.
Eni signs agreements for the application of innovative technologies to synthesize methanol from renewable sources and reduce emissions.
We are developing methods to recover and reuse the sulphur in hydrogen sulphide (H2S) from natural gas.
This proprietary technology allows us to convert refinery residues, heavy oils and bitumen into high-quality light products, thus eliminating any waste.
A possible solution to solve the problem of electrical and electronic waste.