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 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.
Atmospheric emissions of CO₂ are still rising, bringing us closer and closer to a critical level. What if CO₂ could become a resource?
A new challenge for Eni on its path to decarbonization: a vast CO₂ storage site.
Forests cover 31% of the dry land on the planet and are a fundamental absorber of carbon from the atmosphere.
The main challenge for the sector is to ensure clean and sustainable energy in line with the UN’s 2030 Agenda.
Natural gas is capable to facilitate the necessary transition from the currently intensive use of carbon to a low-carbon future.
In addition to capturing roughly two billion tons of carbon dioxide a year, forests supply water. 75 percent of accessible fresh water comes from the forested river basins.
For the sake of climate and development objectives, it's time for forests to take their rightful place as a high priority.
Eni signs agreements for the application of innovative technologies to synthesize methanol from renewable sources and reduce emissions.
Hydrogen: from its discovery to the many experiments to use it as an ideal source of energy and resource for powering electric cars.
The world of energy is constantly looking for solutions to reduce emissions of climate-changing gases, the solution could be behind one of the most abundant elements in nature.