Global energy scenarios
Human intelligence, natural resources, scientific advances and market trends are constantly redefining the global energy story.
It is the third largest country in Latin America after Brazil and Argentina. An overview of Mexico, now with full macroeconomic stability, moving toward the energy transition and eradicating poverty.
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The cost of global decarbonization is well within the budgets allocated by governments to recover from the pandemic. Our ability to prevent climate change will depend on how the stimuli are used.
The global arena
The future of energy will be shaped by international relations that are constantly changing.
Ghana was the first country in sub-Saharan Africa to gain independence from the UK in 1957. Gold, cocoa and oil are the sectors that fuel its economic growth. Future goal: energy independence.
Change and uncertainty
The great opportunities and uncertainties posed by world events past and present.
This is the first step towards energy transition; a realistic first target for a world in severe economic difficulty that needs to find trillions in long-term investments for a global low-carbon process.
In terms of employment, Italy ranks second in the EU for number of employees in the recovery, recycling and reuse sectors. It's important to take this opportunity for economic development.
China, Asia and the world
The exponential growth of Asia's economy has swung the pendulum of the global energy debate eastwards.
Recent discoveries of enormous natural gas fields in the Eastern Mediterranean are revolutionising t...
The Middle East: focus of the world
Gulf countries have always been firmly at the centre of the energy world and have every intention of remaining so.
Supercomputing in Eni is in continuous evolution.
Africa’s development potential
Energy availability is key to fighting poverty.