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Tesi etd-11292019-190633

Type of thesis
Master univ. II liv.
Author
TOMASELLI, FABIO
E-mail address
fabiotomaselli93@gmail.com
URN
etd-11292019-190633
Title
Circular economy strategy in Eni, assessment and implementation opportunities in the Upstream Division
Structure
Istituto di Management
Course
Corsi Alta Formazione - GESTIONE E CONTROLLO DELL'AMBIENTE: ECONOMIA CIRCOLARE E MANAGEMENT EFFICIENTE DELLE RISORSE
Committee
relatore Dott.ssa ANNUNZIATA, ELEONORA
Tutor Dott.ssa BUFFAGNI, MELANIA
Tutor Dott. SPADACCINI, STEFANO
Keywords
  • oil and gas sector
  • circular economy
  • mapping
  • checklist
  • circularity analysis
  • screening of project
Exam session start date
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Availability
completa
Abstract
The energy sector in the coming years will tackle two complicated challenges: an adequate, secure and widespread supply of energy, and efforts to fight climate change by trying to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. In this regard, oil and gas companies have recently become aware of their effective contribution by implementing circular economy actions to protect the environment and minimize the use of natural resources. In this context, Eni SpA, the main Italian oil and gas company with an international and strategic positioning, has embraced the concepts of circular economy in all the stages of its value chain. In particular, Eni&#39;s HSE departments jointly operate to provide indications on the circularity performance o the operating sites of each Business Unit since 2017. Therefore, the project work has analysed, one of the strategic components of the company, the Upstream sites of the foreign subsidiaries to provide more in-depth indications on the circularity aspects. Thus, a dual-task has been carried out: <br>1. The qualitative plans of the subsidiaries have been analysed to highlight the projects with the greatest value in terms of circularity, to map subsidiaries that have integrated circularity into their operations and to select one of the subsidiaries for a further circularity analysis;<br>2. Based on the documents provided by Eni HSEQ and consulting the representatives of each thematic area on the environmental matter, we developed and provided a supplementary checklist for conducting circularity analysis focused on the Upstream activities.
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