For us, refining has a strategic role and we continue to innovate techniques and products. We have enhanced our investments in research while betting on the redevelopment of the older industrial sites of Gela and Porto Marghera near Venice. At the latter, for example, we have created new Eni Diesel+ biofuel that reduces emissions and fuel consumption.
Eni’s commitment continues. Eni brings to the universities of Catania and Palermo, the Eni Award Lectures – two important scientific workshops on innovative technologies for energy and the environment. The event is part of the development programme for the area of Gela outlined in the Memorandum of Understanding between Eni, the Region of Sicily and various institutional players at the Ministry of Economic Development on 6 November 2014.Explore
Our model is able to combine financial solidity and social and environmental sustainability in order to face the dual challenge of maximising the rising demand for energy and combatting climate change.Read more
Eni is contributing to the process that will lead to the use of renewable energy sources – the so-called "decarbonisation" of the economy. The role of gas is critical because it is the fossil fuel most suitable to be combined with wind and sun energy. It is in the natural-gas sector that we want to invest, continuing to cut CO2 emissions. Along with nine other energy companies, we have launched the OGCI (Oil & Gas Climate Initiative) with the aim of promoting measures to further reduce emissions. We will invest $1 billion over the next 10 years to tackle climate change.
Eni has developed an integrated strategy as part of our contribution to the transition of energy towards a low-carbon future. This involves promoting the growth of renewables and supporting their more extensive use in countries where we operate, while encouraging research into new sources of energy.
The Energy Transition Award is given for research into innovative uses for hydrocarbons as the energy of the future, energy efficiency and the decarbonisation of the energy system or as a source of accessible energy for developing countries.Read the dossier
L’Offshore Cape Three Points (OCTP) is an integrated Oil & Gas development project that will make an important contribution to providing access to energy in Ghana. OCTP will ensure domestic gas supply reaches national thermal power stations for over 15 years, so as to satisfy energy demand in urban and rural areas and in areas where there is greater need.Get started
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