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ENI, Novamont Prepare Massive Green Chemistry Project in Sardinia

3:05 PM MST | January 26, 2011 | Peter Mapleston

A €1-billion project to construct what would be Europe’s largest site for the production of chemicals from renewable resources could be under way on the island of Sardinia, Italy as early as October 2011. Leonardo Maugeri, chairman of Polimeri Europa (Milan), the petrochemicals arm of energy major ENI (Rome), was in Porto Torres, Sardinia yesterday to brief local trade union officials on plans for Sardegna CO2.0, a joint venture that would involve biopolymer producer Novamont (Novara, Italy) as well as power generating company Enipower, encompassing a...

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