Italgas and Salesforce: Strategic agreement for the development of a solution to digitally transform the Capital Deployment activity

Milan, July 29, 2021 – Italgas, Italy’s leading player in gas distribution and third in Europe, and Salesforce, global leader in Customer Relationship Management (CRM), signed a strategic agreement aimed at optimizing Italgas Capital Deployment through advanced digital solutions.

The agreement is part of a broader transformation journey launched in 2017 with over 2 billion Euros investment, which aims at enabling Italgas to become the world’s first utility with a fully digital network.

The agreement will see Bludigit, the Italgas Group’s IT new company, leverage the Salesforce platform to support capital deployment, create new ways of working and boost productivity across the Group, ensuring investments are effectively delivered on time and within budget. This includes:

  • optimizing each phase of capital deployment (from investment planning, to engineering design, permit requests to procurement, project execution to operations and maintenance), through the introduction of smart and flexible functionalities;
  • automating information exchange across the different design and execution phases;
  • providing end-to-end visibility across the entire investment deployment plan, to boost productivity and remove potential process bottlenecks.

“If I had to represent the digital transformation journey commented Italgas CEO Paolo Gallothe most faithful image would be like a continuous flow. It would be a paradox if we were to consider it a conclusive process because there are always new opportunities to simplify projects and daily operations and make them more efficient. The agreement with Salesforce will enable us to further improve the efficiency of our processes and give new boost to the achievement of the sustainability targets included in our Strategic Plan that will contribute to the energy transition and the net zero goals”.

“Salesforce is delighted to support Italgas on its digital transformation journey,” said Gavin Patterson, President and Chief Revenue Officer, Salesforce. “With the Salesforce Customer 360 platform, Italgas will be able to build a single source of truth across the entire capex cycle, breaking silos through effective data integration and visualization and creating a step change in process efficiency”.

 

Italgas and Salesforce: Strategic agreement for the development of a solution to digitally transform the Capital Deployment activity

Italgas and Salesforce: Strategic agreement for the development of a solution to digitally transform the Capital Deployment activity

Milan, July 29, 2021 – Italgas, Italy’s leading player in gas distribution and third in Europe, and Salesforce, global leader in Customer Relationship Management (CRM), signed a strategic agreement aimed at optimizing Italgas Capital Deployment through advanced digital solutions.

The agreement is part of a broader transformation journey launched in 2017 with over 2 billion Euros investment, which aims at enabling Italgas to become the world’s first utility with a fully digital network.

The agreement will see Bludigit, the Italgas Group’s IT new company, leverage the Salesforce platform to support capital deployment, create new ways of working and boost productivity across the Group, ensuring investments are effectively delivered on time and within budget. This includes:

  • optimizing each phase of capital deployment (from investment planning, to engineering design, permit requests to procurement, project execution to operations and maintenance), through the introduction of smart and flexible functionalities;
  • automating information exchange across the different design and execution phases;
  • providing end-to-end visibility across the entire investment deployment plan, to boost productivity and remove potential process bottlenecks.

 

“If I had to represent the digital transformation journey commented Italgas CEO Paolo Gallothe most faithful image would be like a continuous flow. It would be a paradox if we were to consider it a conclusive process because there are always new opportunities to simplify projects and daily operations and make them more efficient. The agreement with Salesforce will enable us to further improve the efficiency of our processes and give new boost to the achievement of the sustainability targets included in our Strategic Plan that will contribute to the energy transition and the net zero goals”.

 

“Salesforce is delighted to support Italgas on its digital transformation journey,” said Gavin Patterson, President and Chief Revenue Officer, Salesforce. “With the Salesforce Customer 360 platform, Italgas will be able to build a single source of truth across the entire capex cycle, breaking silos through effective data integration and visualization and creating a step change in process efficiency”.

 

Italgas and Salesforce: Strategic agreement for the development of a solution to digitally transform the Capital Deployment activity

Italgas: MoU with State Grid Corporation of China for the development of joint initiatives in the gas distribution sector

The agreement provides, among other things, for the evaluation of possible opportunities for joint development in China and the promotion of the most innovative companies in the gas distribution industry. The agreement was signed on the occasion of the visit by Prime Minister Mr. Giuseppe Conte to the Chinese Prime Minister Mr. Li Keqiang 

 

Beijing, 28 April 2019 – Italgas today has signed a memorandum of understanding with the State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC), the world’s largest energy utility, to evaluate possible joint initiatives in the natural gas distribution sector.

The agreement was signed at the State residence of Diaoyutai on the occasion of the visit of the Italian Prime Minister Mr. Giuseppe Conte to the Prime Minister of the People’s Republic of China Mr. Li Keqiang, by Italgas CEO, Mr. Paolo Gallo, and by Mr. Xin BaoAn, CEO of State Grid Corporation of China.

The initiatives under consideration include, among others:

  • the mutual sharing of knowledge, solutions and methods applied to the energy sector;
  • an in-depth analysis of the respective best practices in the field of sustainable development, with particular reference to social responsibility, environmental protection, energy efficiency and welfare;
  • the promotion in China of the most innovative Italian companies operating in the natural gas distribution sector;
  • analysis by areas of interest aimed at identifying potential opportunities for collaboration in the gas distribution sector and its use for sustainable mobility.

The important growth that Italgas has recorded in recent years – commented Italgas CEO Paolo Gallo – is also measured by the importance of international partnerships that we are rapidly developing to strengthen our leadership in Italy and Europe. The agreement with State Grid Corporation of China is a reason for pride, not only because of the institutional framework in which it was signed, but also because it is a recognition of our leadership in the gas distribution sector and our ability to innovate and allows us to compare our best practices with the operations of the world’s largest utility and to be the ambassadors in China of our industry. In addition to evaluating possible joint development opportunities, in fact, we will be engaged in promoting the best Italian manufacturing companies active in the natural gas distribution sector”.

Italgas: the redevelopment of Parco Russoli is underway

Milan, 12 March 2019 – A new spring is approaching for the over 10,000 square meters of green area of the Franco Russoli park in via Carlo Bo. Thanks to a collaboration agreement signed with the Milan City Council, Italgas has started the redevelopment works that will affect the entire area between its Milan headquarters and the IULM university campus.

The project plans to renovate the existing structures (football pitches and bowling alleys, children’s play area), preserving the current overall layout of the park, but at the same time transforming the floors and furniture by introducing other areas of use available to citizens.

In the area there will be an outdoor fitness area, with equipment for physical activity and nine gymnastic stations for free-body exercises, as well as a space reserved for dogs. Particular care will be dedicated to greenery, with the introduction of new shrubby and herbaceous species that will contribute to enrich the vegetation, preferring evergreen and flowering plants with scaled flowering in the various seasons.

Other elements of the restyling include the enlargement of the aggregation area, with the insertion of a long pergola under which tables and benches will be placed, the improvement of the access and connection routes to the park and the renovation of the play area which will become fully accessible to disabled children.

“We would like to thank Italgas for having chosen to invest in the redevelopment of a park with great potential that has so far been under-exploited – says the Councillor for Urban Planning, Green and Agriculture Pierfrancesco Maran – . Russoli Park is the largest green area between Romolo and Famagosta and with this intervention will become much more attractive and liveable for residents and users of the neighborhood. The collaboration with Italgas is part of the “Cura e Adotta il Verde Pubblico” project, which allows more and more companies and companies to manage parks, flowerbeds, parterres, roundabouts and sports areas, consolidating the synergy between public and private in the care and growth of our city”.

“We are pleased to be able to collaborate with the City of Milan – is the comment of Italgas CEO Paolo Gallo – and to contribute to the development of the district that has been hosting our new headquarters for almost three years. The redevelopment of the Russoli park will make an area where hundreds of people pass through every day, including students, workers and residents, even more lively and enjoyable, offering new spaces and facilities that also stimulate physical activity and the promotion of a healthy lifestyle. With this initiative we want to contribute to creating value for the territories where we are present, pursuing corporate social responsibility and putting people at the centre of our commitment, whether they are our employees or the people who live near our offices”.

Completion of the redevelopment work and delivery of the new Russoli Park to the townspeople is expected by the summer. As part of the agreement, the Municipality and Italgas have also agreed that Italgas will be responsible for the ordinary management of the area and its facilities for a three-year period.

Bludigit announcement

Italgas announces the birth of Bludigit, the new company that brings together all the Information Technology activities of the Group. It will give a new boost to innovation and digital transformation.

The new organization, headed by Marco Barra Caracciolo, formerly CIO of Italgas, can rely on the skills of around 100 people and will allow both to increase the Group’s internal efficiency, making the digital transformation even more central, and to offer the market the new proprietary technological solutions.

Rome, 8 July 2021 – Bludigit S.p.A. is born, the new Italgas company in which all the Group’s Information Technology activities and the Digital Factory, the technological innovation hub created to develop digital solutions that enable business transformation, have been concentrated.

The new company, which can immediately rely on the skills of over one hundred people, controls assets worth around 100 million euros and more than 100 contracts for a total value of over 300 million euros.

Bludigit is the natural evolution of the digital transformation path started by Italgas in 2017 and will allow further rationalization of IT activities in terms of efficiency and internal cost control while developing new synergies inside and outside the Group in a service provider approach. Through the new company, the Group will offer cutting-edge proprietary digital solutions, making its in-house developed skills and applications available to other operators in the energy and infrastructure sector.

President and CEO of Bludigit is Marco Barra Caracciolo, formerly CIO of Italgas. With a degree in Electronic Engineering, 53 years old, Barra Caracciolo has a deep knowledge of the IT world, having held relevant positions in this sector.

Paolo Gallo, CEO of Italgas, affirmed: “Digital transformation is at the heart of our strategy, the main enabler of the growth path that will allow us also to support the energy transition to achieve the EU 2030 and 2050 targets. Four years ago, we started our digitalization process with a visionary choice, the adoption of the public cloud, and then we continued with a deep business transformation in the management of assets, processes, and people. And the evolution goes on. Today, with the birth of Bludigit, we aim to give a further boost to this path and to enhance the proprietary technologies developed in our Digital Factory by offering them also to operators from different sectors”.

Medea: in esercizio altri 140 km di rete

Sud Sardegna a tutto metano: Medea (Gruppo Italgas) mette in esercizio altri 140 chilometri di nuove reti native digitali in 7 comuni

Salgono a 410 i chilometri di nuove condotte attivate nella sola provincia Sud (570 in tutta l’isola), oltre alle reti oggetto di conversione. I lavori di attivazione hanno interessato anche Sestu (Cagliari), dove il Gruppo ha in programma la realizzazione di un impianto per la produzione di idrogeno verde da distribuire anche attraverso la rete cittadina.

Cagliari, 6 luglio 2021 – Il gas naturale è una realtà sempre più concreta e diffusa da nord a sud della Sardegna, a disposizione di un numero crescente di famiglie che beneficiano così di una fonte di energia più sostenibile, economica e sicura. Negli ultimi giorni, Medea (Gruppo Italgas) ha completato e messo in esercizio ulteriori 140 chilometri di nuove reti “native digitali”, concentrate nel Sud Sardegna nei bacini attigui a quello di Cagliari, anch’esso in concessione al Gruppo Italgas, oltre a quelle oggetto di conversione da GPL a gas naturale.

Si tratta nello specifico dell’infrastruttura al servizio dei comuni di Sestu e Monastir (bacino 37), Guasila, Samatzai e Samassi (27), Piscinas e Tratalias (35). Qui, come negli altri territori in concessione, Medea ha realizzato nuove reti di distribuzione dotate di sensoristica integrata per il controllo da remoto.

Nei 7 comuni, che contano complessivamente circa 36.500 abitanti, Medea ha già realizzato 5.498 predisposizioni per l’allacciamento e raccolto oltre 6.000 manifestazioni di interesse, la metà delle quali dalla sola città di Sestu.

In particolare, l’importanza della messa in esercizio della rete full digital di Sestu deriva dal fatto che sarà il principale network di distribuzione collegato all’impianto Power to Gas (P2G) che Italgas ha in programma di realizzare nel territorio comunale e che produrrà idrogeno verde. Un impianto che sarà la prima vetrina tecnologica della filiera di produzione dell’idrogeno verde in Italia e consentirà di testare i possibili utilizzi del gas rinnovabile nell’ambito dei contesti urbani: fornitura a industrie energivore del territorio, agli autobus per il trasporto pubblico locale, miscelazione con il gas naturale e distribuzione ai clienti allacciati alla rete.

“La Sardegna ha commentato Paolo Gallo, Amministratore Delegato Italgasè il nostro laboratorio green d’eccellenza al servizio della transizione energetica e dell’obiettivo Ue ‘net carbon zero’. Qui abbiamo posato, in meno di due anni, più di 900 chilometri di reti full digital, le più moderne del Paese. Insieme alla loro progressiva messa in esercizio, stiamo procedendo anche alla conversione a metano delle reti di 36 comuni nel nord dell’isola alimentate a gpl. Il futuro è già tracciato: le nostre reti native digitali distribuiranno non solo gas naturale, ma anche biometano, metano sintetico e idrogeno verde che produrremo direttamente nell’impianto Power to Gas di Sestu”.

Con gli ultimi comuni raggiunti dal gas naturale salgono a 570 i chilometri di nuove reti attivate da Medea sull’isola, 410 dei quali nel solo Sud Sardegna, oltre a quelle oggetto di conversione da GPL a gas naturale. Il primo metano è stato distribuito ad agosto 2020 nelle condotte di Alghero (bacino 6); a novembre dello stesso anno è stata la volta dell’intero bacino 19 nell’oristanese (comuni di Marrubiu, Mogoro, Palmas Arborea, Santa Giusta, San Nicolò D’Arcidano e Uras), quindi a febbraio 2021 i chilometri di reti attivate sono stati 150, nei comuni di Barrali (bacino 26), Sanluri e Serrenti (27), Masainas e Villaperuccio (35), Nuraminis e Villagreca, Ussana e San Sperate (37) tutti nel Sud Sardegna, Irgoli, Loculi e Onifai (15) nel nuorese.

Italgas Reti: Nunzio Ferrulli nominato Presidente della Società

Laureato alla facoltà di Giurisprudenza della “Sapienza” di Roma e Master in Management alla London School of Economics, Ferrulli è in Italgas dal novembre 2016 con la carica di Direttore Affari Istituzionali e Regolatori. All’interno del Gruppo è componente del CdA di Italgas Acqua, da gennaio 2020 siede nel Consiglio di Amministrazione di Italgas Reti e da aprile 2021 in quello di Toscana Energia. Attualmente è componente anche del Comitato di Presidenza di Anigas. In precedenza, ha maturato importanti esperienze professionali in Edison, Acea, Philip Morris e Grandi Stazioni.

Italgas Reti è la principale delle società operative del Gruppo Italgas, gestisce una rete di circa 70.000 chilometri di condotte in oltre 1.700 Comuni, con più di 7,5 milioni di contatori attivi e circa 8 miliardi di metri cubi di gas distribuiti ogni anno.

Il Consiglio di Amministrazione di Italgas Reti, nella seduta di ieri, ha provveduto anche alla cooptazione nella carica di Consigliere di Peter Durante, Direttore Human Resources & Organisation di Italgas. Il CdA è quindi ora composto da Nunzio Ferrulli, Presidente, Pier Lorenzo Dell’Orco, Amministratore Delegato, Francesca Carlesi, Peter Durante e Alessandra Piccinin

“Ideas 4 Italgas – Gas grid of the future” Italgas and SkipsoLabs launch a call for the best international startups

Milan, 3rd June 2021 Further boosting the energy transition process through the use of increasingly cutting-edge digital technologies. With this goal in mind Italgas, the leading operator in Italy and the third in Europe in natural gas distribution, and SkipsoLabs, a company that provides advisory services and technology platforms for innovation, today launched a new Call for Innovation titled “Gas grid of the future”. 

The initiative, which is part of the “Ideas 4 Italgas” programme launched by the company at the end of 2020, is aimed at the best startups in the world and will focus research on three specific areas:

  • Technical 4.0. New technological solutions for plant maintenance activities, in order to simplify operations and promote ever greater personnel safety;
  • Gas Grid monitoring and transformation. Systems for monitoring, managing and balancing gas networks, which accelerate the digital transformation process and through it the introduction and distribution of different gases such as biomethane, hydrogen and synthetic methane;
  • Smart city & mobility. Value-added services, based on distributed IoT, which enable the Italgas network (withdrawal stations, distribution network and meters) to contribute to the development of smart cities and increasingly sustainable mobility.

Italgas has been engaged for years in the digital transformation of its assets and processes, and at the same time in the dissemination of a digital culture in its organisation, also through the training and reskilling of its people. Having a “full digital” network is the technical precondition for immediately receiving and distributing renewable gases, promoting a faster transition towards the EU’s 2050 net carbon zero targets. Technological innovation becomes the main enabler of the process of decarbonization and, thanks to the open innovation approach pursued by Italgas, becomes available everywhere in the world.

The strategic role of SkipsoLabs, which supports the creation of innovation ecosystems around the world, will allow Italgas to expand its search for startups globally, simplifying its management. The proprietary technological platform, activated for the project, will allow management and operations to be centralised and made more efficient, also through an easier sharing of information with all the players involved.

“Open innovation – comments Paolo Gallo, CEO of Italgas – is a natural solution for us, given the important digital transformation we are carrying out in the company. We started in 2018 by integrating the most advanced technology for network monitoring into our systems. Since then, we have started a path made of uninterrupted research of innovative technologies. Today, with Ideas 4 Italgas, these activities have become structured and more agile and with SkispoLabs we can count on an even wider pool of startups. These elements allow us to set the basis for a further technological improvement of our operations”.

We are honoured to support Italgas in this call for startups dedicated to a crucial sector such as energy distributionadds Carlo Soresina, co-founder and CEO of SkipsoLabswhich also allows us to strengthen our commitment to supporting organisations that are driving the energy transition towards a sustainable future. Open innovation is a unique opportunity for scouting and selecting the best startups, and our international approach will connect Italgas to the global innovation ecosystem of incubators and accelerators to test new evolutionary scenarios“.

The call is open to Italian and international startups and SMEs that develop products and services based on sustainable and original business models in line with Italgas’ strategy, and that will be able to offer solutions capable of addressing the challenges posed by energy sustainability targets.

Interested startups will have to send their application on the innovation platform by 18 July 2021. Candidates will be assessed by a committee of experts, the best projects will be presented to Italgas in September and, following a further selection process, will have the opportunity to work in close collaboration with the company to start the codesign phase and define an experiment applicable to the sector.

Gas Distributors for Sustainability (GD4S) publishes White Paper promoting the role of gas networks as key enabler of the EU’s energy transition

Brussels, 3rd June 2021 – The potential of renewable gases, the strategic role of gas distribution networks and the commitment of Distribution System Operators (DSOs) to meeting shared climate ambitions, form the basis of ‘Gas grids – a key enabler of decarbonisation’, a White Paper published today by Gas Distributors for Sustainabiltiy (GD4S), the EU’s European gas association in which participate the seven major DSOs from seven countries.

Using illustrative case study examples, this comprehensive position paper demonstrates gas DSO decarbonisation in action and affirms GD4S’ commitment to delivering on carbon neutrality by 2050.

Delivered in three sections and with 26 policy recommendations for the consideration of EU policy makers, the paper offers an overview of how gas grids will enable the achievement of decarbonisation targets aligned with the Green Deal.

– Section 1 details how the potential of renewable gases may be leveraged to reach climate neutrality – Biomethane, green hydrogen and synthetic methane to become essential to the energy transition process as carbon intensive fuels are phased out.

– Section 2 describes how gas grids deliver is an asset for decarbonisation and sector integration – Flexible and expansive gas distribution networks are crucial in the decarbonisation process and vital in the context of sector coupling between gas and electricity. Their capability to transport and store energy and offer flexibility for electricity production from renewable sources is also explored.

– Section 3 outlines GD4S’ commitment to decarbonisation through methane emissions’ mitigationThe Association’s commitment is highlighted through an approach based on innovation in leak detection, digitalisation of the networks, measurement of emissions through real data and promotion of the use of renewable gases.

In presenting its position paper now, GD4S seeks to have its specific recommendations incorporated, as appropriate, in current and forthcoming legislative reviews, including the review of the gas legislative framework, the RED II and Energy Efficiency Directive reviews, the TEN-E Regulation, the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Directive, and the envisaged obligations around methane emissions’ reduction.

Commenting on the significance of today’s release, Paolo Gallo, President of GD4S, said: “This White Paper allows us present in a single document positions that we, as an Association,have long been advocating and which have been affirmed in recent statements from the European Commission. Gas networks will play a key role in both the energy transition and after 2050 when decarbonisation is achieved.”

Mr. Gallo continues: “Thanks to their extensive reach, new, digital smart grids will soon be able to transport renewable gases, such as biomethane, green hydrogen and synthetic methane, accelerating the achievement of the net-zero targets. DSOs need a clear regulatory framework supporting innovation and investments in upgrading existing networks over the long term. GD4S and its members are committed in building a carbon-neutral economy and in cooperating with policymakers and stakeholders to help achieve EU climate and energy targets”.

The paper, available to view full https://gd4s.eu/white-paper has been signed by Paolo Gallo, CEO, Italgas (Italy) and President of GD4S; Dan Pantilie, CEO, Distrigaz Sud Retele (Romania); Denis O’Sullivan, Managing Director, Gas Networks Ireland (Ireland); Narcís de Carreras, CEO, Nedgia (Spain); Laurence Poirier-Dietz, Managing Director, GRDF (France); Gabriel Sousa, CEO, Galp Gás Natural Distribuição (Portugal) and Leonidas Bakouras, General Manager, Eda Thess (Greece). A summary of the key points of the position paper, together with its recommendations, is also available to view.

Later this year, GD4S will present its first ‘Sustainability Charter’, which will detail the Association’s long-term sustainability commitments across Social, Environmental and Governance pillars, aligned to United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs).

Medea (Gruppo Italgas): pianificate per maggio le conversioni al metano di sette Comuni dei bacini 7 e 22

Sassari, 18 maggio 2021 – Cresce il numero dei Comuni sardi raggiunti dal metano.

Medea (Gruppo Italgas) ha da poco concluso, infatti, la conversione della rete cittadina di Escalaplano (bacino 22) e si accinge a fare altrettanto, entro il mese di maggio, per i comuni di Ossi, Muros, Cargeghe, Uri, Usini (bacino 7) e Villagrande Strisaili (bacino 22), dove risiedono complessivamente oltre 17.000 cittadini.

Per garantire continuità di esercizio e massima flessibilità di approvvigionamento, le reti di distribuzione saranno alimentate attraverso un sistema diffuso di depositi di gas naturale liquefatto: Escalaplano, Uri, Usini e Villagrande Strisaili saranno serviti ognuno da un proprio impianto di GNL, mentre Ossi, Muros e Cargeghe saranno collegati ad un unico deposito di GNL adeguatamente dimensionato rispetto al numero di utenze da servire.

Queste conversioni si vanno ad aggiungere a quelle già portate a termine nei mesi scorsi nelle cittadine di Putifigari, Tissi (bacino 7), Urzulei, Perdasdefogu (bacino 22), Berchidda, Ittireddu e Ozieri (bacino 9) per un totale di oltre 1.000 utenze coinvolte. Nei prossimi mesi, il passaggio al gas naturale è previsto per altri ventitré comuni appartenenti ai bacini 7, 9, 10 e 22. Parallelamente alle operazioni di conversione, Medea ha portato avanti l’attività di costruzione di nuove reti di distribuzione “native digitali”, dotate di sensoristica integrata e predisposizione per il passaggio della fibra ottica. Ad oggi sono stati costruiti oltre 815 km di condotte (sui circa 1.100 pianificati) e sono già serviti da metano i comuni di: Alghero (bacino 6), Marrubiu, Mogoro, Palmas Arborea, Santa Giusta, San Nicolò D’Arcidano, Uras (bacino 19), Barrali (bacino 26), Sanluri, Serrenti (bacino 27), Masainas, Villaperuccio (bacino 35), Nuraminis, Villagreca, Ussana, San Sperate (bacino 37), Irgoli, Loculi e Onifai (bacino 15).

“Con le conversioni da GPL a gas naturale concluse in questa prima parte del 2021 – afferma l’Amministratore Delegato di Medea, Francesca Zanninotti – abbiamo aggiunto un altro importante tassello al nostro programma di metanizzazione dell’isola al quale daremo ulteriore impulso con le operazioni in programma nei prossimi mesi. Il numero crescente di richieste di allacciamento che stiamo ricevendo dimostra il forte interesse da parte dei cittadini verso una fonte di energia sostenibile ed economica come il metano. Il passaggio al gas naturale rappresenta un importante vantaggio per l’intera comunità isolana e un significativo supporto per le attività produttive”.

Attraverso Medea, società di distribuzione del Gruppo, Italgas è presente in 17 dei 38 bacini in cui è divisa la Sardegna, compresi i principali capoluoghi. Sull’isola, Italgas ha cominciato a operare nel 2017 attraverso l’acquisizione di diversi operatori e concessioni. I lavori per la realizzazione delle nuove reti sono in stato avanzato in tutte le aree in concessione, con l’80% delle condotte già posate.

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