The 17th Oil&nonOil, the three-day event dedicated to the future of the fuel distribution chain and sustainable mobility, will take place at Veronafiere from 16 to 18 November.
It is the only event in Italy and in the Mediterranean basin aimed at operators in the fuel distribution chain. Organized by Piemmeti, the event will host 116 exhibitors from all over Italy – 56 from the last edition -, involved in an event that sees trade fair exhibition and collective debate side by side between all the sectors belonging to the supply chain.
From 2023 it becomes biennial
The 17th Oil&nonOil https://www.oilnonoil.it/ returns with a renewed formula, characterized by great attention to communication, an increasingly curious look towards innovation and a new calendar, which from 2023 will see it become a biennial .
An event is not “just” a trade fair display of industry news, but also a meeting place. Here the productive world linked to the oil and fuel supply chain, that of the relevant trade associations and the national ruling class, meet to discuss the major issues related to the energy question.
An ever-changing theme, contextualized in a current situation crossed by ever greater complexities which, taken together, define the opportunity for an approach that is as participatory as possible in identifying strategies to face the challenges of innovation and change.
17th Oil&nonOil: an increasingly innovative sector
“The fuel, logistics and petroleum product distribution network industry represents a pillar of national competitiveness in Europe and in the world – underlined Giovanni Mantovani, president of Piemmeti -. Faced with the challenges posed by the Next Generation EU plan and the Pnrr, this fair offers its contribution, involving operators and trade associations, the true “carpenters” of the energy transition already underway, in an open and informed public debate”.
The world of fuel production, on the other hand, is not new to innovation, but has been engaged in a process of qualitative evolution for decades. It already began in the 1980s, with the advent of unleaded petrol, continuing with the experimentation on biofuels, produced from non-fossil components and today a consolidated reality, while the experimentation on liquid fuels, derived from sources such as waste and the CO2.
The change is already underway, but from now on it must be based on strategies that reflect an integrated vision, the result of a balance between environmental issues and European economic competitiveness.