Giuseppe Tannoia: “Eni research aims to ensure it has command of the skills required for technological innovation. We are working in research today for the Eni of the future.”
The Eni Award is an international prize given to the best applied research projects in the fields of energy, sustainability and the environment. In 2017, the Award celebrated its 10th anniversary and changed its look. New features included two new prizes for young African researchers and issues pertinent to the changing scenario. Here are the winners, special mentions and new feature.Find out more
The HPC, developed at our Green Data Centre, is the most powerful computer in Europe for the purposes of industrial oil and gas production and is used for studying data received from underground. With the introduction of HPC4, which should be operational by the beginning of 2018, Eni will be aiming to break the barrier of 10 petaflops of calculating power.Read the story
By investing in new solutions we can increase the efficiency and sustainability of our operations, reducing both costs and environmental impact. This is a real commitment that we express in every area of our business: from the exploration of new deposits to the subsequent stages of production, transport and refining, with a particular focus on the strategic areas of renewables and the environment.Look for more
In our laboratories we develop new technologies, such as waste-to-fuel; new ideas, such as the bio-refinery at Porto Marghera; and collaborative ventures, such as our partnerships with MIT and the CNR or our recent agreement with the University of Bologna.Find out more
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