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Capture, storage and reuse of CO₂

Our projects to capture carbon dioxide then store it forever or reuse it in innovative ways.

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In Ghana to promote education in schools

The project launched in the country aims to improve the educational standards of school-age children living in the Western Region.

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Supporting culture in the Congo

Since 2013, we have launched several projects to promote Congolese art and history in the country.

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A new chemical plant of elastomers in Ferrara

We have invested in an technology upgrade and in increasing the production capacity of EP (D) M tyres.

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Programme 200 for the training of engineers in Mozambique

In 2012 we launched a selection and training project involving young local graduates in the Oil&Gas sector.

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Research centre at San Donato Milanese

We carry out research and strategic projects for Upstream and Downstream, from studying hydrocarbon fields to developing new biofuel.

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Education projects in Mozambique

Since 2013 we have been running several projects to improve access to education in the city of Pemba.

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Access to water in Pakistan

Between 2013 and 2016, we built wells and water systems in remote areas of the country improving the population's quality of life.

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Waste management in the community of Samboja in Indonesia

In 2018 we launched an initiative to help reduce waste, sharing a range of good practices with families.

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Salissa Mwana: preventative healthcare to school-age children in Congo

With the project active from 2007 to 2012 in Congo, we created vaccination and preventive medicine programmes for minors.

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Caring for Country: in Australia to protect the areas of the natives

The initiative, launched with activities at the Blacktip field, aims to protect local culture and respect the environment.

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Livelihood Restoration Plan: in Ghana for the creation of value

We promoted socio-economic development and training activities in the country to support 205 families from the Sanzule communities.

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