Eni opens the use of its supercomputers to centers of excellence in scientific and technological research, both in Italy and abroad. "By opening up, we need even more computing capacity because we have to share the evolution of new research with other researchers," says Eni CEO Claudio Descalzi.
Eni's industrial supercomputer HPC5 is at the top of the world rankings for computing power: 58 million billion operations per second. This is made possible in part by its home at the Green Data Center, which benefits from a unique cooling system that improves energy efficiency.
The next generation of high performance computing has arrived. HPC5 is the first technology outside of governmental ownership for computing power at an industrial level. Will it change the energy landscape?
Eni's CEO Claudio Descalzi announced last month his sustainability strategy for the next three decades, which will allow the company to increase its focus on low carbon energy. "The new Eni will be a much more sustainable company able to thrive in the energy transition, delivering both profitable energy and major carbon footprint reductions," Descalzi said.
Three major energy challenges require immediate attention: climate change, access to energy and population growth. Our next energy system needs to address each of these needs, and Eni knows how to meet that goal: sustainable energy for all.
Meet Coral Sul FLNG, the sophisticated floating gas production and liquefaction plant being built in South Korea. The 140,000 ton hull recently entered the water for the first time, converting the heavy-duty plant into a ship. In 2021, it will leave for Mozambique, in East Africa.
This month, Eni launched a totally redesigned website. Its aim is to explain the world of energy and the challenges ahead in the energy transition. "The new eni.com symbolises the transformation Eni is undergoing, in which innovation plays a fundamental role," says Claudio Descalzi, CEO of Eni.