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Technological and regional partnerships

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Snam open data: as part of the interventions carried out, and especially during the restoration stage, Snam provides in-depth information for project execution and to deal with authorisation procedures.

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Snam’s aim is to maximise the use of structures, spaces and knowledge to nurture resources, skills and energies at a local level, with a view to improving the company’s integration within the local community

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The company’s aim is to facilitate the establishment of technological partnerships with research entities and stakeholders to develop innovative products and services that improve the business and the ability of Snam’s suppliers to open new markets.

Making new investments generates shared value by sharing the output generated from the implementation of infrastructure with the regions, from the planning stages through to the completion of works. 

Besides Snam cooperates with local, national and inernational authorities and takes part in the work of numerous associations and committees, playing an active role and placing its expertise at their disposal in order to promote improvements in various sectors of activity.

Name of Association
A.P.C.E. - Associazione Protezione Corrosioni Elettrolitiche
AAPG - American Association Petroleum Geologyst
AEIT - Federazione Italiana di Elettrotecnica, elettronica, Automazione, Informatica e Telecomunicazioni
AIEE- Associazione Italiana Economisti dell'Energia
AIPSA - Associazione Italiana Professionisti Security Aziendale
ANFIDA - Associazione Nazionale fra gli Industriali degli Acquedotti
ANIGAS - Associazione Nazionale Industriali Gas
Confindustria Energia
ANIPLA - Associazione Nazionale Italiana per l'Automazione
ANRA - Associazione Nazionale di risk Manager e Responsabili di Assicurazioni Aziendali
Anspen Institute Italia
MUSEIMPRESA - Associazione Italiana Musei e Archivi d'Impresa
Associazioni Industriali Territoriali
ASSOICIM - Istituto di Certificazione Industriale per la Meccanica
ASSOMINERARIA - Associazione Mineraria Italiana
ASSONIME - Associazione fra le società italiane per azioni
Astrid - Associazione per gli studi e le ricerche sulla riforma delle istituzioni democratiche e sull'innovazione nelle amministrazioni pubbliche
 BOCCONI - Osservatorio lavori pubblici
 Business Network - International Integrated Reporting Council
 C.E.I. - Comitato Elettrotecnico Italiano
 CDP - Carbon disclosure Project
 CIG - Comitato Italiano Gas
 CONSEL - Consorzio ELIS
 CONSULTA - Valorizzazione dei Beni Artistici e Culturali di Torino
 CSR Manager Network
 CTI - Comitato Termotecnico Italiano
 EASEE-GAS - European Association for the Streamlining of Energy-Exchange-Gas
 EGIG - European Gas Pipeline Incident Data Group
 Energy Infrastructure Security Network/Swedish Standards Institute
 ENTSOG - European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas
 EPRG - European Pipeline Research Group
 FIRE - Federazione Italiana per l'uso Razionale dell'Energia
 FONDAZIONE SODALITAS - Associazione per lo Sviluppo dell'Imprenditoria nel Sociale
 GERG - Groupe Europeen de Recherches Gazieres
 GIE - Gas Infrastructure Europe
 GIGNL - Groupe International Des Importateurs de Gaz Natuerl Liquéfié
 GLOBAL COMPACT
 HI CARE - Human & Infrastructure Crisis AID & Rescue in Emergency
 IATT - Italian Association for Trenchless Technology
IHS - Api standard e ISO

 IGU - International Gas Union (in rappresentanza CIG)

 ISF - Information Security forum
 MARCOGAZ - Technical Association of the European Natural Gas Industry (in rappresentanza CIG)
 MIP - Politecnico di Milano School of Management
 SPE - Society of Petroleum Engineers
 The Ruling Companies Association
 UNI - Ente Nazionale Italiano di Unificazione
 UNIPLAST - ente Italiano di Unificazione nelle Materie Plastiche
 Università Cattolica Sacro Cuore Milano - Osservatorio Regolazione
 UNSIDER - Ente Italiano di Unificazione Siderurgia
 Valore Donna

Snam a partner of MIP

In 2016, Snam continued its collaboration with MIP School of Management, the consortium between Politecnico di Milano and several large public and private international industrial groups, of which Snam became a shareholder in 2014.
This investment makes it possible to guide specific research and training activities consistent with business objectives, collaborate in the provision of courses by providing instructors and actively participate in projects/traineeships and in placement activities with the goal of developing customised training based on company requirements.
Snam is also researching forms of collaboration with other Italian institutes of higher education to make innovation within the Group increasingly rapid and effective.

Snam assesses the economic impact on the local area of the construction and management of infrastructures through “social impact" studies.

Snam conducts ‘social impact assessment’ studies to assess the economic impact of some of its infrastructure in the area. The related information produced (measurements, monitoring, environmental analysis, etc.) is then shared with the competent authorities and stakeholders as part of authorisation procedures. This voluntary sharing of technical know-how leads to a better knowledge of local areas on the part of stakeholders and public administrations.

Snam shares the knowledge acquired with the local area, by providing the community with important information.

This knowledge growth generates shared value and effectively falls within the development area of “Snam Open data”: constant knowledge sharing between the company and the local areas.
Snam shares the knowledge acquired in the local areas with those same local areas, providing government decision-makers with important information that aids their decision-making processes. The Company then assesses which elements of available qualitative and quantitative technical know-how (e.g. by providing satellite images or georeferencing systems developed in the siting phase) should be shared to improve the knowledge of the local area, and shows complete willingness to engage in dialogue with stakeholders, supporting them in the most delicate phases of development and project management. The results of the analyses conducted demonstrate that, by adding together Snam’s direct investments and indirect investments (related to sub-contracting), there is, on average, an effect on the local economy, at municipal, provincial and regional level, equal to 17-28% of the economic value related to the realisation and operation of the work.

Thanks to the use of innovative technologies, Snam has achieved excellent standards in terms of vegetative restoration, favouring the development of local businesses.

The company has also achieved excellent operating standards in the area of restoration, partly thanks to the use of technologies that minimise the impact on the local area and the environment.
Given the great need for unique and highly technological solutions, Snam indirectly fosters the growth of high-value local entrepreneurship. The company therefore plans to establish technological partnerships with research entities and stakeholders (e.g. suppliers) to develop innovative products and services that improve the business while also improving the ability of Snam’s suppliers to open new markets.
This development area – the result of the evolution of the shared value approach – it is known as “Powering Innovation”.

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Find out about operating and financial results in the Sustainability Report

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Learn about how Snam  approaches to shared value

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What does it mean to generate value for Snam?

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19 April 2017 - 11:07 CEST