© Reuters. Il logo Eni nei pressi della sede centrale a San Donato Milanese. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini/

ROMA (Reuters) – L’AD di Eni (MI:) Claudio Descalzi ha detto che il Golfo rimane una regione strategica per il gruppo energetico, che investirà nell’area circa 20 miliardi di dollari nei prossimi 5-6 anni.

“È sicuramente un’area strategica per noi, non solo per investire ma per investire nella transizione energetica”, ha detto Descalzi in una conferenza online.

All’inizio di quest’anno Eni ha svelato obiettivi climatici tra i più ambiziosi dell’industria energetica, intensificando gli sforzi per decarbonizzare il suo business.

(Stephen Jewkes, in redazione a Roma Francesca Piscioneri)

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