“I hope that the Ministry for Agriculture and Forestry will award incentives for the use of natural gas in Italy, which doesn’t make any negative impact on the farm sector,” the Municipality of Bologna assessor for the Productive Activities Nadia Monti stated a few hours ago at the NGV2012 Bologna opening ceremony.
Later on, BolognaFiere Chairman Duccio Campagnoli addressed the large audience present in that moment: “The automotive future will be undoubtedly marked by the necessity to achieve new environmentally friendly mobility forms for the new generations”.
New NGVA Europe Chairman Gerard Holtmeier, NGV Global president Gabriele Gozzi, director of NGV Communications Group Claudio Kohan, and NGV System Italia director Michele Ziosi also attended the inauguration ceremony. “In particular, LNG is one of the next challenges the European project ‘Blue Corridor’ has to face for the creation of an extended distribution network across Europe,” Francesco Santangelo, Eni Gas & Power sales manager, said in turn.
For further information on the next workshops, please read the agenda and session programs to learn about its respective contents.
It is worth mentioning that tomorrow, Wednesday 20, from 19.30 to 22.00 the mediaeval show and dinner will be held at the Palazzo Re Enzo premises. Visit the event official website to anticipate a memorable night.
*Ribbon-cutting image. From left to right: Duccio Campagnoli (Chairman of Bologna Fiere), Charlotte Hubert (CEO of GNVert), Gerhard Holtmeier (Chairman of NGVA Europe), Nadia Monti (Assessor for the Productive Activities of the Municipality of Bologna) y Claudio Kohan (Director of NGV Communications Group).