Global energy scenarios
Human intelligence, natural resources, scientific advances and market trends are constantly redefining the global energy story.
Oil exporting countries in the Middle East must understand that the reduction of long-term risk requires the acceptance of lower return from existing assets because of investment in decarbonization measures.
While the Trump Administration rejected green stimulus measures, China supported the clean energy sector, though those efforts have been offset by other, more carbon-intensive stimulus.
The global arena
The future of energy will be shaped by international relations that are constantly changing.
Ghana was the first country in sub-Saharan Africa to gain independence from the UK in 1957. Gold, cocoa and oil are the sectors that fuel its economic growth. Future goal: energy independence.
Change and uncertainty
The great opportunities and uncertainties posed by world events past and present.
Eni presents the first volume of World Oil, Gas and Renewables Review, annual statistical report now in its 19ᵗʰ edition
Eni presents the second volume of World Oil, Gas and Renewables Review, annual statistical report now in its 19ᵗʰ edition
China, Asia and the world
The exponential growth of Asia's economy has swung the pendulum of the global energy debate eastwards.
Recent discoveries of enormous natural gas fields in the Eastern Mediterranean are revolutionising t...
The Middle East: focus of the world
Gulf countries have always been firmly at the centre of the energy world and have every intention of remaining so.
Supercomputing in Eni is in continuous evolution.
Africa’s development potential
Energy availability is key to fighting poverty.