Area: 1,919,440 Km2 - Population: 241,973,879
Capital: Jakarta - Currency: Indonesian Rupiah

Eni has been operating in Indonesia since 1968, when a Production Sharing Agreement (PSA) was signed with the Stato Pertamina oil company to carry out oil exploration activities in the Teluk Berau and Arafura areas, in the sea to the east of Indonesia.
In 1970, Eni was awarded two new exploration contracts in Blocks A and B, where the Natuna natural gas field was then discovered (Block A).
When the exploration licences expired in 1984, Eni had explored over 640,000 square kilometres in the offshore area of the country over the 16-year period.
In 2000, Eni returned to carrying out exploration, development and production activities in both the onshore and offshore sectors in Indonesia, following its purchase of the British oil company Lasmo. Eni is currently operating in Indonesia in the exploration and production of hydrocarbon sector and is also involved in engineering and services operations.