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June 28th, 2021
Planetek will provide Eni with satellite data and services for the next three years.

The Italian energy company will use satellite data to gather geoinformation for for a wide range of activities, spanning from engineering, to environmental monitoring, and energy transition.

 

Bari, Italy – Planetek Italia is pleased to announce the awarding of a three-year framework agreement (2021-2024) with Eni SpA, the Italian multinational energy company, regarding the supply of high-resolution world Earth observation imagery and services.

Satellite data and services will enhance the capacity of Eni to get valuable and operational information for its wide range of activities in the global energy sector.

 

The technical teams of the two Italian companies, had already the opportunity to cooperate under the previous three-year framework agreement, during which it was possible to consolidate and improve the information capabilities derived from the satellite, producing significant results.

 

Under the new contract, Planetek will support Eni globally with satellite-derived information in the field of energy production, both traditional and derived from renewable sources and, in particular, to support environmental monitoring and energy transition.

 

“We are thrilled with this collaboration,” said Giovanni Sylos Labini, CEO of Planetek Italia. “Supporting a large energy company such as Eni in critical operational and decision-making activities is an important opportunity for us to continue to develop and supply state-of-the-art satellite products and value-added services, with an eye on environmental protection, and the sustainable use of resources, values that have always been at the center of our mission”.

 

 

Planetek Italia

We are an Italian Benefit Company established in 1994, which employs 60+ women and men, passionate and skilled in Geoinformatics, Space solutions, and Earth science.

We develop systems and services for the processing of cartographic and satellite data aimed at creating geo-localized knowledge. With sustainability as a reference value, we operate in many fields of application: environmental and land monitoring, open-government and smart cities, defense and security, engineering, energy, utilities, scientific and space exploration satellite missions.

Learn more at www.planetek.it.