Proger will be attending the 2023 edition of OMC Med Energy in Ravenna, from 24 to 26 October, in its usual role as “Associated Company” of the biennial event that brings together the main players in the energy industry. This year, Proger, in collaboration with the University of L’Aquila, will present a study entitled “The circular economy approach in oil refining: recycling of spent fcc and hds catalysts” and will be one of the organisers of the Hackathon, a competition on energy transition issues for university students in the Innovation Room.
Representatives from the various technical and commercial areas of Proger’s Oil & Gas and Green Energy business lines will be present at stand no. 307 in Hall 7 to illustrate the numerous projects that have been realised thanks to the multidisciplinary skills of the company’s professionals, who work in synergy around the shared goal of environmental sustainability.
“We have been a key player in the energy sector since the 1990s“, explains Carmine Matricciani, Director of the Oil & Gas BU, “and since then we have been constantly developing and expanding our skills, starting from fossil fuels and moving on to renewables, and today we are a unique interlocutor able to offer complete solutions based on an efficient and sustainable energy mix“.
The integrated approach to the energy sector, developed over the years, has resulted in a portfolio of projects ranging from hydrocarbon extraction and transformation plants for major oil companies such as ENI and Total, to photovoltaic and wind power plants developed for international players such as Enel Green Power, EDP Renewables and Vestas. In between, a series of interventions to optimise energy production plants from traditional and renewable sources, with solutions based on hydrogen, bioethanol and electrical and thermal energy storage systems.
“At Proger, we believe in an ecological transition that necessarily involves a process of optimising current technologies, and this type of projects require a wide range of expertise, where collaboration between our BUs makes the difference“, says Rocco Marsico, Director of the Green Energy BU, “examples include biomass and biogas production plants, which require the solid process knowledge typical of oil engineering, thermal energy storage systems, TESS, to support thermoelectric power plants, and electrical energy storage systems, BESS, which are essential to stabilise and optimise the production of renewable plants”.
The stand that will welcome Proger’s guests is inspired by the communication campaign “Everything you can imagine is real”, combining technological and classic elements. “The 5 columns in the centre of our space represent the pillars of the company’s logo and core values,” explains Luigi Crespi, Director of Proger Smart Communication, the Proger Group’s communications agency. “They are the fixed points around which revolve the statements, ideas and images of the company’s people and projects, which will quickly flow along the LED wall that surrounds the entire structure, and which will certainly attract the attention of all visitors to OMC 2023“.