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Shareholders

Eni's numbers: 300,831 shareholders; 3,571,487,977 ordinary registered shares without par value; €4,005,358,876 Eni's share capital.

Eni’s share capital

Eni's share capital amounts to €4,005,358,876 and is made up of 3,571,487,977ordinary registered shares without par value. The shares are indivisible, and each share brings an entitlement to one vote.

Eni’s shareholders

The number of Eni’s shareholders is 300,831 identified on the basis of registered recipients of the final dividend payment for the year 2021.

The final dividend for 2021 was paid on 25 May 2022, with ex-dividend date on 23 May 2022 and record date on 24 May 2022.

Share capital structure

Share capital structure

Shareholder Share
Public Holding 30.624%
Institutional Investors 53.855%
Retail 14.628%
Treasury shares 0.888%
Identity of shareholders not provided 0.005%

* Update based on the nominative notices received as at October 20, 2022. 

 

N.B.: The percentage of treasury shares shown in the table is the one resulting from the latest entries in the shareholders' register, updated in relation to the number of shares forming up the share capital at the payment of the final dividend for the 2021 financial year (25 May 2022, ex-dividend date 23 May 2022 and record date 24 May 2022) and does not consider the treasury shares purchased after the record date under the new share buyback programme, details of which can be found in the documents attached in the section "Share Buyback programme year 2022" below, and the free assignment of ordinary shares to Eni’s directors, following the conclusion of the Vesting Period as provided by the “Long-Term Incentive Plan 2017-2019” approved by Eni’s Meeting of shareholders of 13 April 2017. Following and as a result of the execution of the share purchase program authorized by the Shareholders' Meeting of 11 May 2022 and considering the treasury shares already held, and the above mentioned free assignment of ordinary shares to Eni’s directors, as of 4 November 2022 Eni holds n. 195.789.299 shares equal to 5.48% of the share capital. The updated percentage of interests held by the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance and Cassa Depositi e Prestiti SpA (CDP) is available in the table “Major shareholders” below.

 

 Eni's ESG investors represent approximately 21% of the total share capital (source: shareholder research carried out by Georgeson in March 2022).

Major shareholders

The Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance has de facto control of Eni SpA by virtue of interests held either directly or via the Cassa Depositi e Prestiti SpA (CDP).

CONTROLLING SHAREHOLDERS
(OCTOBER 20, 2022 UPDATE)
Shareholder Number of shares held % of share capital
Ministry of Economy and Finance 157,552,137 4.411
CDP S.p.A. 936,179,478 26.213
Total 1,093,731,615 30.624

A breakdown of the shareholder structure

In the following charts Eni's shareholders structure is split by geographical area and size of holding, on the basis of the information on registered recipients of the final dividend payment for the year 2021.

Geographical breakdown*

Geographical breakdown*

Geographical area Share
Italy 52.285%
UK and Ireland 6.781%
Other EU member States 14.921%
USA and Canada 15.966%
Rest of the World 9.154%
Treasury shares 0.888%
Identity of shareholders not provided 0.005%

* Update based on the nominative notices received as of October 20, 2022. 

 

N.B.: The percentage of treasury shares shown in the table is the one resulting from the latest entries in the shareholders' register, updated in relation to the number of shares forming up the share capital at the payment of the final dividend for the 2021 financial year (25 May 2022, ex-dividend date 23 May 2022 and record date 24 May 2022) and does not consider the treasury shares purchased after the record date under the new share buyback programme, details of which can be found in the documents attached in the section "Share Buyback programme year 2022" below, and the free assignment of ordinary shares to Eni’s directors, following the conclusion of the Vesting Period as provided by the “Long-Term Incentive Plan 2017-2019” approved by Eni’s Meeting of shareholders of 13 April 2017. Following and as a result of the execution of the share purchase program authorized by the Shareholders' Meeting of 11 May 2022 and considering the treasury shares already held, and the above mentioned free assignment of ordinary shares to Eni’s directors, as of 4 November 2022 Eni holds n. 195.789.299 shares equal to 5.48% of the share capital. 

Eni shareholdings: geographical breakdown

(OCTOBER 20, 2022 UPDATE)
Shareholders Number of shareholders Number of shares held % of outstanding shares
Italy 294,665 1,867,346,458 52.285
UK and Ireland 615 242,174,444 6.781
Other EU member States 3,036 532,892,610 14.921
USA and Canada 1,248 570,232,853 15.966
Rest of the World 1,266 326,926,727 9.154
Treasury shares 294,665 31,731,302 0.888
Identity of shareholders not provided n.d. 183,583 0.005
Total1 330,335 3,571,487,977 100.00

(1) Eni’s share capital is equal to €4,005,358,876, represented by 3,571,487,977 ordinary nominative shares without par value.

Eni shareholding: breakdown by number of shares held*

Eni shareholding: breakdown by number of shares held*

Number of shares Percentage
> 10% - 1 shareholder 26.213%
3%-10% - 1 shareholder 4.411%
2%-3% - 0 shareholder 0.000%
1%-2% - 3 shareholder 4.113%
0,5%-1% - 11 shareholder 7.218%
0,3%-0,5% - 20 shareholder 7.768%
0,1%-0,3% - 73 shareholder 11.926%
<=0,1% - 300,721 shareholder 37.458%
Treasury shares - 1 shareholder 0.888%
Identity of shareholders not provided 0.005%

* Update based on the nominative notices received as of October 20, 2022.

 

N.B.: The percentage of treasury shares shown in the table is the one resulting from the latest entries in the shareholders' register, updated in relation to the number of shares forming up the share capital at the payment of the final dividend for the 2021 financial year (25 May 2022, ex-dividend date 23 May 2022 and record date 24 May 2022) and does not consider the treasury shares purchased after the record date under the new share buyback programme, details of which can be found in the documents attached in the section "Share Buyback programme year 2022" below, and the free assignment of ordinary shares to Eni’s directors, following the conclusion of the Vesting Period as provided by the “Long-Term Incentive Plan 2017-2019” approved by Eni’s Meeting of shareholders of 13 April 2017. Following and as a result of the execution of the share purchase program authorized by the Shareholders' Meeting of 11 May 2022 and considering the treasury shares already held, and the above mentioned free assignment of ordinary shares to Eni’s directors, as of 4 November 2022 Eni holds n. 195.789.299 shares equal to 5.48% of the share capital. 

Eni shareholdings: breakdown by number of shares held

ENI SHAREHOLDINGS: BREAKDOWN BY NUMBER OF SHARES HELD
(OCTOBER 20, 2022 UPDATE)
Shareholders Number of shareholders Number of shares held % of outstanding shares
> 10% 1 936,179,478 26.213
3% – 10% 1 157,552,137 4.411
2% – 3% 0 0 0.000
1% – 2% 3 146,910,586 4.113
0.5% – 1% 11 257,777,040 7.218
0.3% – 0.5% 20 277,422,002 7.768
0.1% – 0.3% 73 425,941,195 11.926
≤0.1% 300,721 1,337,790,654 37.458
Treasury shares 1 31,731,302 0.888
Identity of shareholders not provided n.d. 183,583 0.005
Total1 300,335 3,571,487,977 100.000

(1) Eni’s share capital is equal to €4,005,358,876, represented by 3,571,487,977 ordinary nominative shares without par value. 

Share Buyback program year 2022

Eni's Board of Directors approved the start of the buy-back program for 2022, in execution of the authorization granted by the Shareholders Meeting held on 11 May 2022, for an outlay of minimum €1.1 billion, that can be increase for a maximum amount of €2.5 billion according to the Brent price scenario and up to a maximum of 357 million of shares (equal to 10% of the ordinary shares post cancellation) (the “Buyback Program”). Eni will update its 2022 Buyback Program scenario assessment in July and October. For scenarios above $90/bbl further buybacks equivalent to 30% of the associated incremental Free Cash Flow will be made, without prejudice to the aforementioned limits. The potential increases will be promptly disclosed to the public in the manners and terms provided for by the laws and regulations in force. The buyback program is aimed at recognizing shareholders an additional remuneration to complement the dividend distribution. Purchases were initiated on 30 May 2022 and will end at the latest in April 2023. In order to execute the program, Eni engaged an authorized third-party agent, who took decisions regarding purchases at its own discretion, also in relation to the timing of the transactions. The purchases will be made in accordance with the limits set out by the Eni’s Shareholders Meeting, at a purchase price that complies with the criteria set out in the Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/1052 and, in any case, cannot diverge downwards or upwards by more than 10% from the official price that will be registered by the Eni share in the trading session of Euronext Milan, organised and managed by Borsa Italiana S.p.A., on the day prior to the execution of each individual purchase transaction. Purchases will be made on the Euronext Milan pursuant to Art. 144-bis, paragraph 1, letter b) of Consob Regulation no. 11971/1999 and in accordance with the additional conditions set out in the resolution of the Shareholders’ Meeting of 11 May 2022, as well as complying with the provisions of Regulation (EU) no. 596/2014 on market abuse and Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/1052.

Following the resolution to cancel treasury shares adopted by the Shareholders' Meeting held on 11 May 2022, Eni holds 31,731,302 treasury shares, equal to approximately 0.89% of the share capital. Eni’s controlled subsidiaries do not hold Eni’s shares.

The details of the transactions carried out are reported in the terms and in the manner prescribed by current legislation in the documents attached in the section "Treasury shares year 2022" below.

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Share Buyback programme year 2021

Eni's Board of Directors approved the start of the buy-back program for 2021, for a maximum amount of 400 million euro and a share count no greater than 252 million, in accordance with the targets set by the 2021-2024 strategic plan assuming a Brent reference scenario of $65/barrel and in execution of the authorization granted by the Shareholders Meeting held on May 12, 2021. The buyback program is aimed at recognizing shareholders an additional remuneration to complement the dividend distribution. Purchases started on August 23, 2021 and terminated on December 15, 2021. In order to execute the programme, Eni engaged an authorized agent, who took decisions regarding purchases at its own discretion, also in relation to the timing of the transactions and in compliance with daily price and volume thresholds. In particular, the purchase price of the shares could not deviate upwardly or downwardly by more than 5% from the official price of the day prior to each individual transaction recorded for the Eni S.p.A. share in the Electronic Share Market organized and managed by Borsa Italiana S.p.A. (“MTA”). However, it could not be higher than the higher price between the price of the last independent transaction and the price of the highest current independent purchase offer on the MTA. Purchases were made on the MTA, in compliance with art. 144-bis, paragraph 1, lett. b) of Consob Regulation 11971/1999 and the additional conditions provided for by the resolution of the Shareholders' Meeting of May 12, 2021, as well as complying with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 596/2014 on market abuse and the Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/1052.

Following the purchases made until the termination of the purchase programme for the year 2021, considering the treasury shares already held and the assignment of ordinary shares to Eni’s directors, following the conclusion of the Vesting Period as provided by the “Long-Term Incentive Plan 2017-2019” approved by Eni’s Meeting of shareholders of 13 April 2017, Eni held n. 65,838,173 shares equal to 1.83% of the share capital. Eni’s controlled subsidiaries do not hold Eni’s shares.

The details of the transactions carried out are reported in the terms and in the manner prescribed by current legislation in the documents attached in the section "Treasury shares year 2021" below.

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Share Buyback programme year 2019

The Eni Board of Directors, in execution of the authorization granted by the Eni Shareholders’ Meeting of 14 May 2019 and within the terms announced to the market on that date, has approved measures to begin the 2019 share buy-back programme, in the maximum amount of €400,000,000 and up to a maximum of 67,000,000 shares.The programme gives the Company a flexible option to give its shareholders an additional return beyond the distribution of dividends, in line with Eni’s commitment to a progressive shareholder remuneration policy linked to the growth in profits. The purchases started on 5 June 2019 and terminated on 9 December 2019. In order to execute the programme, Eni engaged an authorised agent, who purchased Eni shares on a fully independent basis, including with regard to the timing of purchases and in compliance with the daily price and volume limits. In particular, the price of each transaction could not be more than 5% greater or lower than the official price registered by the Eni SpA stock in the trading session of the Mercato Telematico Azionario, organised and operated by Borsa Italiana SpA (“MTA”), on the day before each individual transaction and, in any case, could not exceed the higher of the price of the last independent trade and the highest current independent purchase bid on the MTA. Share purchases have been made on the MTA pursuant to Art. 144-bis, paragraph 1, letter b) of Consob Regulation no. 11971/1999 and in accordance with the additional conditions set out in the Eni’s shareholder resolution of 14 May 2019, as well as in compliance with Regulation (EU) no. 596/2014 on market abuse and Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/1052. Following the purchases made until the termination of the purchase programme for the year 2019, considering the treasury shares already held, Eni held n. 61,635,679 shares equal to 1.70% of the share capital. The details of any purchases made are reported within the time limits and with the procedures required by applicable regulations in the documents attached in the section "Treasury shares 2019" below. In light of market developments due to the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and the decisions taken by OPEC+, Eni’s board of Directors, on 18 March 2020, resolved to withdraw the proposal to authorise the purchase of treasury shares at the Shareholders’ Meeting of 13 May 2020, with a total amount of €400 million in 2020. Subsequently, following the cancellation of the treasury shares resolved by the Shareholders’ meeting of 13 May 2020, Eni holds n. 33,045,197 shares equal to 0.92% of the share capital. Eni subsidiaries do not own shares in the Company. 

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Purchase treasury shares 10-14 June 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 17-21 June 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 24-28 June 2019

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3F Attachment - June 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 1-5 July 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 8-12 July 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 15-19 July 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 22-26 July 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 29 July-2 August 2019

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3F Attachment - July 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 19-23 August 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 26-30 August 2019

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3F Attachment - August 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 2-6 September 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 9-13 September 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 16-18 September 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 26-27 September 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 30 September – 4 October 2019

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3F Attachment - September 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 7 - 11 October 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 14 - 18 October 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 21-25 October 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 28 October-1 November 2019

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3F Attachment - October 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 4 - 8 November 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 11-15 November 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 18-22 November 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 25-29 November 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 2-6 December 2019

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Purchase treasury shares 9 December 2019

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3F Attachment - December 2019

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Treasury shares year 2014

On 6 January 2014, Eni launched a share buyback programme in line with a shareholders’ resolution of 10 May 2013. To further the programme, the Shareholders’ Meeting of 8 May 2014 approved the purchase of the Company’s own shares for a period of 18 months from the date of the resolution. From the introduction of the programme until 31 December 2014, Eni had purchased 21,656,910 shares, equal to 0.60 per cent of the share capital. At 31 December 2014, treasury shares totalled 33,045,197 – equivalent to 0.91 per cent of the share capital. As of 13 March 2015, during the presentation of the Strategic Plan 2015-2018, Eni announced the suspension of the buyback programme.

Details of share repurchase

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Initiatives for shareholders

In compliance with the law and the By-laws, Eni pays particular attention to its shareholders, also through transparent communication, which makes information easily accessible and facilitates the exercise of their rights.
The idea of introducing Eni in a simple and intelligible way has also led to the creation of a Shareholder’s Guide and to the production of an interactive video to present the Shareholders' Meeting and the rights of shareholders.

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