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Asia Pacific

We combine activities in the energy sector with initiatives for local development in the vast area that extends from China to Indonesia, passing through Australia.


New energy and geographical frontiers

The challenges we face

For many, the 21st century will be remembered as the ‘Asian century’, due mainly to the extraordinary economic growth achieved by China, the Indian subcontinent and the countries of southeast Asia, which are growing exponentially across all parts of the global value chain. As well as increased demand for energy, Asia’s economic development has produced impressive results in terms of local populations gaining access to energy.

When it comes to energy supply and environmental concerns, the continent is facing up to the effects of its dependence on less sustainable sources of energy, such as coal, which continue to be of primary importance for electricity generation. Fighting pollution is a key priority, especially in China, but the need to reduce emissions and preserve the ecosystem will increasingly shape government choices and energy solutions throughout the region.

Our strategy

Asia’s current and prospective economic growth make it an excellent market for Eni’s operations, particularly those based on new technologies focusing on decarbonization and reuse of resources. We aim to produce natural gas for its host countries and to sell larger volumes of LNG in the region, which can replace coal and so greatly reduce emissions. Given Eni’s skills and innovation portfolio, there are ever-more opportunities for co-operation with regard to energy transition. These include the development of green products, promoting renewable energy and projects linked to the circular economy, including those relating to household waste and biomass. Alongside this, sustainability initiatives focused on education, healthcare and agriculture will benefit local populations.


Investment in local development in Asia-Pacific in 2019

for local communities
21.2mln €
investment in infrastructure development in Asia
28.1 mln € investment in local development
0.3mln €
investment in local development in Oceania
help the country fight malnutrition
2.2mln €
overall cost of food and health project in Burma

Production, investments in local development and renewable in 2019

28.1 mln €
invested in economic diversification in Asia
out of a total of about 43.4 million euros
21.2mln €
in infrastructure development activities
∽ 39 mln boe hydrocarbon production in Asia Pacific
capacity abroad
Eni's installed
supplies solar energy and helps reducing gas consumption
Pakistan's photovoltaic plant production

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Our main development projects on the Asian continent

We develop business activities across the area, promoting the socio-economic growth of countries



The Bhit photovoltaic plant in Pakistan, launched at the end of 2019 to support the neighbouring gas field, will produce around 20 GWh per year.

We will use the sun's energy to reduce gas consumption and avoid emitting 140,000 tonnes of CO₂ into the atmosphere.

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Food and Health in Myanmar

With this project we aim to improve crop productivity and farmers' resilience by supporting the rural advisory service for the promotion of good agricultural practices. SDGs: 3,6


We want to optimise access to irrigation technology in the field of horticultural production and nutritional safety on both a domestic and community level.

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This project, which was quickly developed and brought into production, is located in offshore Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Once gas has been produced and treated, it is sent to the onshore plant connected to the transport system and then onwards to the Bontang liquefaction plant.


Our operations

From Indonesia to Japan, we are active in the continent in the exploration and production of hydrocarbons, oil and gas refining, the electricity market and in the construction of plants drawing on renewable sources. We operate in: