Eni And Saipem: Settlement To Develop New Biorefineries

Eni and Saipem have signed an settlement for the event of biorefining. It was signed Monday by Giuseppe Ricci, Chief Working Officer for Power Evolution at Eni, and Alessandro Puliti, Chief Govt Officer at Saipem, to help the transformation path of conventional refineries and the event of latest Eni biorefineries.

The settlement is consistent with the decarbonization objectives of Eni and Saipem, and it focuses on the examine for and subsequent potential development of crops for the manufacturing of biojet, a sustainable aviation gasoline, and of the biofuel HVO diesel, produced from 100% renewable uncooked supplies (pursuant to EU Directive 2018/2001 “REDII”). HVO diesel is on sale at Enilive service stations underneath the title HVOlution and can be utilized throughout street, naval and rail transport.

The settlement includes the applying of Eni’s proprietary Ecofining™ expertise for each the event of latest biorefineries and the conversion of conventional refineries, combining Eni’s intensive technological and operational expertise with Saipem’s distinctive experience within the design and development of such a crops. 

Eni was the primary firm on this planet to transform two conventional refineries into biorefineries, in Venice Porto Marghera and Gela, Sicily, for the processing of waste feedstocks, comparable to used cooking oil, animal fat, agro-food business residues and vegetable oils, utilizing Ecofining™ expertise. Saipem offered help on each initiatives.

Eni plans to broaden its biorefining capability from the present 1.65 million tons/12 months to over 5 million tons/12 months by 2030.