Eni celebrates seventy years of innovation, transformation, and shared choices. A story made by people, and based on competitiveness and skills. On 10 February 1953, the Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi was established, by Law 136 of the Italian Republic. The new public body was tasked with rebuilding the Country’s energy policy, after World War II, under the guidance of Enrico Mattei - entrepreneur, member of Parliament, and former Partisan Commander. A man that epitomized the energy of the times, and who managed to inject a distinctive nature to the six-legged dog company.
Eni became the engine of the Italian economic growth, contributing toward a modernization that also became a lifestyle. Over time, the business crossed national borders and diversified. In 1995, Eni became a publicly-traded company, marking the beginning of a path that would make it a global power company, with a strong technological imprint. After 2014, new challenges were taken on, beginning the transformation process to meet the energy transition. Our journey continues toward the Net Zero objective, with an approach that takes the entire energy value chain into consideration.