Eni presents the 16th edition of the annual statistics report on world reserves, production and consumption of oil and gas with a special focus devoted to crude oil quality and the refining industry. This year, the Review has been divided into two separate volumes: the World Oil Review (now available) and the World Gas & Renewables Review.
The second volume which will be published this Autumn, includes for the first time a section dedicated to renewables sources (biofuels, wind and solar).
A quarterly publication intended to circulate information on energy and the world of oil and gas. Its target audience includes institutions, the media, analysts and stakeholders, as well as the non-specialist general public.
Explaining science to young people: the culture of energy and the environment is learned behind a desk at school.
The Enrico Mattei Foundation works alongside Eni research centres to teach primary and middle school pupils to respect the environment. How? With games, videos and experiments.
Smartenglish, Clininaction, science in class. A triple-edged project for the teaching of mathematics, physics and English, but also to try out multimedia lessons of biology and earth science.
Innovative education courses to appreciate the land. Such as Erasmus+Necst of which Eni is a partner. The project proposes a new digital approach to learn about the energy world by spreading knowledge in the lands where there is energy production.
With its digital galaxy, Eni is a protagonist in the global debate about innovation in the field of energy.
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