Eni Signs 3-Year R&D Deal with Bologna University

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Italian energy firm Eni and the University of Bologna sign a 3 year research and development collaboration agreement in the field of energy.

Italian energy firm Eni and the University of Bologna have signed a three year research and development collaboration agreement in the field of energy.

The agreement will focus on topics such as safety, energy transition, renewables, support for operational excellence and industrial systems.

“For Eni, this framework agreement with the University of Bologna is further confirmation of our strategy for building partnerships with examples of excellence in the Italian university sector,” Eni Chief Executive Claudio Descalzi said in a company statement.

Francesco Ubertini, Rector of Bologna University, said the agreement consolidates the position of the University as a center of excellence in the field of technological and economic-social innovation.

The deal extends a multi-year collaboration between the university and Eni on energy-related research and development issues.

Over the years, Eni has collaborated with teachers and researchers from various departments of the University of Bologna that have contributed to a range of research projects, studies and training courses.

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