NOGA and Eni Rewind sign an agreement for the development of circular economy initiatives in Bahrain
The National Oil and Gas Authority (NOGA) of the Kingdom of Bahrain and Eni’s environmental company will collaborate in the promotion of joint initiatives for the recovery of soil, water and waste resources.
Eni New Energy, a subsidiary of Eni, has opened its new photovoltaic park in Porto Torres. The plant has a capacity of 31 MW and was developed on areas owned by Eni Rewind, Eni’s environmental company, within the Porto Torres Site of National Interest.
The new name is an acronym for Remediation & Waste Into Development and of course also connotes a return to a previous time, reflecting the main goals of Eni's remediation projects and new circular-economy technologies, which are to make environmental resources reusable and re-harness their initial potential.
His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain, meets Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi
18 months after the bio-refinery was opened, the new BTU plant begins production, allowing up to 100% of raw material waste to be used for biofuel production