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Products and solutions for business and customers Italy and abroad


Get around town easily

Live the city with Eni's car-sharing service

Our work in France

We officially entered the French market in 1968 and currently operate in the Gas & Power and Refining & Marketing and Chemical sectors.


A wide-reaching presence in the gas market

We operate across all market segments in France through both direct commercial entities and the Eni Gas & Power France SA subsidiary. In 2019, sales in the Country amounted to 4.48 bcm, a decrease of 0.47 bcm, or 9.5%, from a year ago, mainly due to portfolio optimization and lower sales to industrial segment.

Network and extra-network sales

We operate in the network and extra-network petroleum product market via our Eni France Sàrl subsidiary. We have established a presence in the network segment with 155 filling stations, 44 of which are located on the motorway network, primarily in the east and south-east of the country, with a total of approximately 274,000 tonnes and an average delivery of 2,100 litres. Our national network market share amounts to 0.8% but is concentrated in the motorway segment, which is particularly profitable and allows Eni France Sàrl to achieve around 6%. The Routex, DKV, UTA and Delek fleet cards are all accepted on the network. The company also won tenders for twelve motorway outlets located throughout the country in 2014 and has been operating in the extra-network market since 2008, initially sourcing bitumen from the south-east of Italy and since adding fuels, also from local sources, and lubricants to the list. Sales via this channel are higher than network sales (298ktonnes) and amount to some 391,000 tonnes thanks to the sale of diesel, petrol, lubricants and bitumen, which account for around 20% of extra-network sales.


Exploring Eurasia

Europe can play a leading role in terms of energy, especially as an economic and social community

The new eurasian geo-economic center represents a development pole that can become an alternative to the Euro-Atlantic center