In the short run, gas demand will be affected less by the COVID-19 crisis than that for coal or oil.
COVID-19 has provided the most significant economic challenge of the past 75 years. Engineering a recovery that does not make the world safer for all by meeting the needs of all would be a historic abdication of our responsibilities.
Effective drugs to stop the SARS-CoV-2 virus: HPC5 plays a key role in the EXSCALATE4CoV European project to treat Covid-19.
Supercomputing in Eni is in continuous evolution.
Our response to two crises - Covid-19 and climate change - must be mutually reinforcing.
A more livable and sustainable world is within reach. We have the resources, technology, and energy necessary to make it happen. But vision, will and, most of all, courage will be required from all of us.
The world of automation is making giant steps with increasingly intelligent devices that are radically transforming our way of life.
A new technological edge that, thanks to an increasing amount of information, gives life to a virtual alter ego for each of us.
The Exscalate4CoV project is supported by Eni’s HPC5.
Mobilization of capital, optimization of technologies and the creation of favorable conditions for private sector investments will be essential for the recovery phase, especially in countries with limited tax margins and poor access to energy.
How are energy leaders and companies managing the crisis? “Our agenda is inspired by a vision of the energy transition that puts its humanization at the forefront”.
Decarbonization, a word that is more and more frequently used when talking about environmental issues.