Saipem Spa

SAIPEM S.P.A is a subsidiary of ENI group and is one of the largest turnkey contractor in the oil and gas industry. SAIPEM has strategic local presence in emerging areas such as West Africa and FSU, Central Asia, Middle East, North Africa and South East Asia. Saipem employs over 30,000 people comprising more than 100 nationalities.

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The consulting professionals of ENVIRON Italy offer clients an enviable blend of technical, scientific and regulatory expertise in environmental sciences and engineering, energy and climate change, and health and safety.

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CMRE (Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation)

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ISMAR conducts research in polar, oceanic and Mediterranean regions, focusing on the evolution of oceans and their continental margins, studying submarine volcanoes, faults and slides and their potential impacts onshore, the influence of climate change on oceanic circulation, submarine habitats and ecology.

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ISPRA performs the duties of Italian Environment Protection and Technical Services Agency, National Institute for Wildlife and Central Institute for Scientific and Technological Research applied to the Sea. The Institute acts under the vigilance and policy guidance of the Italian Ministry for the Environment and the Protection of Land and Sea.

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Fincosit Spa

Grandi Lavori Fincosit S.p.A. is specialized in the most important civil engineering sectors: building, infrastructures, marine works, plumbing and electric energy production.

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OGS is a multidisciplinary research institute in the field of Earth Science. According to its historical tradition of excellence and aimed at spreading knowledge and scientific culture, OGS operates and develops its own mission.

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ENEA is the name for Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development.
The Agency’s main research issues are: renewable energy sources, energy efficiency and new technologies.

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Università di Napoli Parthenope

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