There are a number of ways our business partners participate in EDI. They either contribute to the development of EDI's training programmes, invite their experts to give lectures or send their employees to take part in our programmes.
Eneco is a renewable energy company. Eneco manufactures, distributes, transports and supplies gas, electricity, heat and other energy solutions. Eneco is one of the cleanest energy companies in Europe. Her ambition is renewable energy for everybody, reliable, affordable and clean.
Engie (former GDF Suez) is a global energy player and an expert operator in the three key sectors of electricity, natural gas and energy services. The Group supports changes in society that are based as much on economic growth as on, social progress and the preservation of natural resources. As a global energy player, Engie operates in close to 70 countries on 5 continents. While the Group still intends to maintain its position as a key player in Europe and a leader on the energy transition, it is now a benchmark energy provider in the emerging world.
Gas Connect Austria
Europe’s gas transportation partner in Austria has an approximately 900 km long natural gas high-pressure pipeline grid and an entry/exit volume of 111 billion cubic meters per year. Gas Connect Austria is a central hub in the European natural gas network with a substantial contribution to natural gas supply in Austria, Germany, France, Slovenia, Croatia and Hungary. Gas Connect Austria is a wholly owned subsidiary of OMV.
Gas Natural Fenosa
Gas Natural Fenosa, pioneer in gas and electricity integration, is a multinational group operating in more than 30 countries and with over 23 million customers. The company's core business lies in the regulated and liberated gas and electricity markets, with a growing contribution from its overseas activity.
Gasum is a Finnish expert in natural energy gases (natural gas and biogas). It imports natural gas to Finland, upgrades biogas, and transmits and delivers these for a broad range of uses in energy production, industry, homes, and land and maritime transport.
INA-Industrija nafte, d.d. (INA, d.d.) is a medium-sized European oil company. INA Group has leading role in Croatian oil business and a strong position in the region in the oil and gas exploration and production, oil processing, and oil and oil products distribution activities. INA, d.d. is a stock company having MOL Plc. and the Republic of Croatia as its biggest shareholders, while a minority of shares is owned by private and institutional investors. INA shares have been listed at the Zagreb stock exchanges since December 1, 2006.
NAFTA is a modern company with extensive experience in natural gas storage and underground facility development and, at the same time, it is the Slovak leader in exploration and production of hydrocarbons. The storage capacity of natural gas underground facilities operated by NAFTA currently stands at 2.74 bcm. NAFTA is offering professional services, innovative products and expertise in one of the most dynamically developing industries directly in the heart of Europe.
PricewaterhouseCoopers is the world's largest professional services firm. It was formed in 1998 from a merger between Price Waterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand. The legal structure of a limited liability partnership is very different to that of a company, and as such the global firm is in fact a collection of member firms, that are run autonomously in their respective jurisdictions.
Rosneft is the leader of Russia’s petroleum industry and the world’s largest publicly traded petroleum company. Company’s main activities include prospecting and exploration of hydrocarbon deposits, oil, gas and gas-condensate production, upstream offshore projects, processing, as well as oil, gas, and product marketing in Russia and abroad.
TPIC operates in four main areas of activity: oil trading, oilfield (rig) services, exploration and production and oil distribution. TPIC continues attempts to increase exploration activities in countries such as Iraq, Syria, Libya, Sudan, Yemen, Russia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Colombia, Venezuela, Bolivia, and Ecuador primarily where a large portion of oil reserves of the world are retained by them.