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Eni Considers More Renewable Fuel Production in Italy

Eni SPA of Italy is designing new renewable fuel projects in the country, including a conversion of its 84,000 barrel per day Livorno refinery into a biorefinery for hydrotreated vegetable oil production and a new waste to methanol plant.  Both projects are scheduled by Eni to be in operation by the end of 2024.

This continued direction towards renewables is part of the country’s planned energy transition plan and could result in approximately $250 million from the European Union for these efforts. Eni has already converted refineries in Gela and near Venice successfully as Italy plans to increase renewable fuel production for higher annual biofuel blending purposes.

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