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Natural gas

Natural gas  

Natural gas is the greenest and most efficient fossil fuel and is an indispensable energy source for a sustainable energy mix. It is a flexible energy source, suitable for several purposes. Thanks to its features, it can be integrated with renewable sources to efficiently reduce emissionis and ensure a flexible, plannable and economically sustainable energy system.

Today's energy

Today's energy

Natural gas is the fossil fuel with the lowest carbon content and can rely on an efficient transport, distrubution and storage facilities. These infrastructures could foster a plan of emissions reduction. More

Clean energy

Clean energy

In addition to uses such as heating, power generation and factories supplies, there are a number of innovative uses that can bring concrete environmental benefits.

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Safe energy

Italy has the highest degree of diversification of the routes and sources of its energy supplies in Europe. Widely interconnected with Europe, Snam's infrastructures could ensure energy security of the Continent. More

Energy for the future, today

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It is a flexible energy source, suitable for several purposes. It could replace other fossil fuels allowing more sustainable land and sea transport, as well as boost the Italian agri-food supply chain.

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About Snam

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Snam is leader in Europe in the construction and integrated management of natural gas infrastructure. With about 3,000 people, Snam is active in natural gas transportation, storage and regasification.

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