For the International Energy Agency too, the capture, use and storage of carbon dioxide will be fundamental to achieving zero emissions within this century.
The production and use of clean hydrogen could make a most important contribution to the EU energy transition process.
The best solutions to eliminate the excess of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Our projects to capture carbon dioxide then store it forever or reuse it in innovative ways.
They are the emissions removed from the air using natural or artificial Carbon Dioxide Removal techniques. This reduces the intensity of the greenhouse effect.
The effects of climate change are right in front of us. For industrialised countries, reduce at most climate-changing gas emissions such as CO2 is a priority.
Atmospheric emissions of CO₂ are still rising, bringing us closer and closer to a critical level. What if CO₂ could become a resource?
The European Green New Deal and clean energy investments.
We are developing more efficient systems to convert natural gas and carbon dioxide into methanol.
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.
Playing an active part in the virtuous path undertaken by the energy sector, we will achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
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.