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MED 2022: Weathering the Storms

Claudio Descalzi spoke at the Mediterranean Dialogues. Watch the video on demand.

New energy transition trends in the Mediterranean

MED – Mediterranean Dialogues is the annual conference promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and ISPI (Istituto Italiano di Studi Politici Internazionali). The 8th edition of the event (on 2 and 3 December 2022 at the Grand Hotel Parco dei Principi, Rome) was entitled Weathering the Storm: interdependence, resilience and cooperation.

The debate – which involved institutions, the academic world and enterprises – focuses on the challenges in the Mediterranean area, a strategic place for development, growth and connection between Europe, Africa and Asia. Among the topics covered, there will be the impact of the Ukraine-Russian war and the pandemic on this area, the challenges concerning energy and food safety, and the cultural and religious dialogue.

Descalzi’s participation to the energy safety panels

On 2 December, at 12:45 pm, Eni’s CEO, Claudio Descalzi, participated in the panel Towards a Broader Paradigm for Energy Security, which was focused on the opportunities brought along by the Mediterranean area, in terms of safe supply. The energy transition can be supported through several levers, from circular economy to biofuel development, to new technologies, including natural gas. Increasingly central, in this context, the role of cooperation between Countries and big energy companies.

On 3 December at noon, Lapo Pistelli, Eni’s Public Affairs Director, will take part in the panel Investing in the MENA, to discuss about the international investments and funding to develop the MENA region (Middle East and North Africa). It is possible to follow this speech live on the MED 2022 website.

The speech of Eni's CEO in the Mediterranean Dialogues

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