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13 March 2019 First MED & Italian Energy Report |Naples 3 APRIL 2019

On Wednesday 3rd April 2019, SRM will present the First “MED & Italian Energy Report. Energy sources, flow and strategies of Italy between Europe and the Mediterranean”at the Sala Assemblee, Palazzo Piacentini of Intesa Sanpaolo, via Toledo 177 (ex Banco di Napoli).

Among the speakers: Francesco ProfumoPresident of the Compagnia di San Paolo. The programme will be soon available.

The Report is the result of the synergy between SRM and the [email protected] Center of the Energy Department of the Politecnico di Torino. The Institutions are planning and implementing a project for an annual survey on Energy & Mediterranean, based on a new conception of science-based think-tank, integrating data analytics, numerical modelling, geo and socio-policy analysis and geomatics. The MED & Italian Energy Report 2019 is the first output of this joint effort.

Currently fossil fuels are crucial for the Mediterranean region in terms of production, consumption and transfer toward Central/Northern Europe. Mediterranean plays a role of “energy highway” for flows coming from other areas and directed to Europe and to the world; 30% of world oil and almost 75% of all the other energy resources transit through this basin directed towards Italy and the other European countries.

In the future, Mediterranean can play a major role in energy transition toward renewable energy sources. SRM and [email protected] Center are planning and implementing a project for an annual survey on Energy & Mediterranean, based on a new conception of science-based think-tank, integrating data analytics, numerical modelling, geo and socio-policy analysis and geomatics.

Free copy of the report will be distributed to the participants. It’s possible to attend the presentation by registering for the conference. The conference room has limited places, the registrations will be open until all places are available.

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