Eni’s commitment continues.
An update on the initiatives foreseen in the Memorandum of Understanding, signed at Mise on 6 November 2014, confirms that activities continue in line with the commitments made.
Today’s agreement demonstrates that synergies and a constructive spirit among all stakeholders can lead to innovative and positive initiatives that can combine the needs of the business and those of the communities living in the area.
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In terms of safety, as always, we make no distinction between employees and contract workers. This is why Eni provides the tools, from a safety-metre to a safety portal for third-party companies, and from communication initiatives to supplementary training activities, as well as lessons learned in the field to be verified jointly, and demands full integration and cooperation between the company and contractor companies.
The programme foresees the launch of new hydrocarbon exploration and production activities in the Region of Sicily and the offshore area, with a special focus on the exploitation of gas resources, and the enhancement of the potential of existing fields, both offshore and onshore.
The Green Refinery project aims to rethink the structure of the refinery through the conversion of the installed operating capacity into “green” cycles, sustainable both from an environmental and economic point of view.
Through the enhancement of existing facilities and the application of proprietary technologies, the Green Refinery project converts unconventional (palm oil) and second generation raw materials (animal fat, frying oils) into green diesel, LPG and green naphtha.
Our latest breakthrough in the field of fuel is called Green Diesel, which is obtained from the hydrogenation of vegetable oils, and has better characteristics than traditional biodiesel.
Developed by Eni, this technology enables the production of high quality sustainable biofuels that exceed the limits of existing products on the market, while also reducing particulate emissions and improving engine efficiency.
Marine environmental protection and new materials for energy are the subjects of the two Eni Award Lectures that took place at the Universities of Catania and Palermo.