We are helping transform everyday life in local communities in southern Angola, by installing water, electric systems and promoting education, disease prevention and farming work with farmers’ clubs.
As a result of Eni installing lighting and the first solar panels in schools, 10,000 children have learnt to read and write.
A giant deepwater floating liquefaction plant will change the face of Mozambique.
How much security can turning on a light bulb provide? The story of energy in the Congo continues.
We are committed to delivering energy where it is needed and investing in education, health and economic diversification with joint, long-term activities.
In the west of Ghana, more precisely Dormaa, Eni has created an agricultural campus to share knowledge and stimulate the socio-economic development of the region. Anima is one of the first students.
Water, Health, Education, Employment, Energy. How to make a difference in a sustainable way.
Provide education, make fashionable clothes, turn boats into ambulances. What change does a new energy bring?
An interview with Arturo Garrido Mora, director of the Department of Biological Sciences at Mexico’s UJAT University.
An interview with Politecnico di Milano, Professor Giovanni Azzone.
The survival of life on the planet depends on water resources. In our local development projects, initiatives to support water access are crucial.