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Strengthening our traditional business while building new ones, such as renewables, and supporting the circular economy are vital to a clear, low-carbon strategy that will benefit the whole country.


The country in which we started is where we invest the most

The challenges we face

Italy is undergoing a major process of energy transition that sees it heavily involved in pursuing ambitious decarbonization targets within a European continent that is already leading the world in the fight against climate change. Italy’s decarbonization strategy is based on a major commitment to energy efficiency and investment in renewables.

Our strategy

We are always working to develop cutting-edge technologies, in line with the goals of the Italian National Energy and Climate Plan. We pursue an ambitious transformation strategy, based on efficiency, integration, the use of new technologies, and the development of energy from renewable sources. We began in 2014, by converting the refinery in Venice into the world's first bio-refinery, followed by the Gela bio-refinery in 2019: thanks to a project run by Eni Rewind, in the near future both will be able to produce bio-oil from organic waste.

Starting in 2016 we launched a major project for the deployment of photovoltaics with zero land consumption, using reclaimed former industrial areas; and last but not least, in 2019, with our partners CDP, Terna and Fincantieri, we launched a project to build wave energy power stations on an industrial scale. All this is the result of the research that we carry out in our laboratories, also in partnership with the most important universities and research centres in the country, which testifies to the strategic value that Italy has in our development plans.



Our commitment in Italy and abroad, a challenge we must overcome together. The health emergency has changed our lives. We have combined our efforts, putting in place skills and know-how.

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The main results in Italy

In Italy too we create energy, aiming for efficiency and sustainability in all areas of the business. The following infographics summarise the main 2019 results in the renewable energy sector, Exploration & Production, Gas & Power and Refining & Marketing activities, chemicals and environmental remediation activities through Eni Rewind.


Renewables for the country

∽ 84MW
Eni's capacity in Italy
one of the main projects dedicated to renewable energy in the country
in the photovoltaic plant in Porto Torres
600 MW Eni's expected capacity in Italy at the end of 2023
the first wind project in Italy
three wind projects in Puglia
∽ 25 MW
Eni's capacity in Italy in 2018
one of the main projects dedicated to renewable energy in the country
in the Assemini plant

Exploration & Production 2019

identified in the country
333mm boe
estimated net proved hydrocarbons reserves
launched in the country
daily hydrocarbons production
dedicated to hydrocarbon production
productive gross oil
45 mm boe annual hydrocarbons production in the country
dedicated to hydrocarbon production
productive gross gas
main developed and undeveloped areas in the country
total net acreage
main developed and undeveloped areas in the country
total gross acreage

Gas & Power 2019

with the aim of achieving a total of over 20 million supply contracts by 2050
retail customers in Italy
volumes of gas supplied abroad amounted to 65.21 billion cubic metres
supply of natural gas in Italy
37.85 bcm gas sales by market in Italy
launched in the country
daily natural gas production
launched in the country
annual natural gas production

Refining & Marketing 2019

volumes sold in the premium segment significantly increased
retail sales in Italy
with an increase of 1.9% compared to 2018, thanks to sales of diesel, bitumen and gasolines
wholesale sales
the figure is essentially in line with 2018
average gasoline and gasoil throughput
13.49 mmtonnes retail & wholesale sales refined products in Italy
lightly down from 2018
Eni’s retail market share
data are in line with 2018
refinery throughputs on own account
distribution network in Italy in 2019
4,184in Italy
Eni's retail network consisted of service stations

Eni Rewind

between Milan, the other offices and our sites, engaged in complex and integrated projects
> 1,000employees
at the end of 2019
for reclamation work and to manage the waste chain
> 800mln €
annual environmental costs managed
> 200 work sites active
of which 50% already reclaimed and available for new sustainable projects
∽ 4 thousand
ha owned by Eni Rewind
to strengthen the technical and transversal skills of our people
> 43,000hours
of training provided in 2019

Chemicals 2019

(including JV Matrìca)
renewable chemical
8 petrochemical plants
(including JV Matrìca)

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Decarbonization and the circular economy

To ensure long-term sustainability of a low-carbon future, we are on a path towards decarbonization. It is one of the pillars on which our business model is based and supports an energy model in which everyone has access to innovative and clean mixes of energy. The urgent need to protect the environment is a great challenge but also an opportunity to save the planet while building a new, more inclusive economy. This requires our commitment and focus. We need to change mindsets and business models, which can be achieved by reducing waste.


Renewables in Italy

We plan to develop renewable energy plants in Italy near our sites in order to supply them or put energy on the grid.


Technologies for evolving renewables

Renewable sources are a key component of long-term carbon neutrality.

At the Research Centre for Renewable Energy and the Environment in Novara we develop new technologies to improve them.


Research centre for renewable energy and the environment in Novara

Where we are developing latest-generation technologies for latest-generation renewables and environmental protection.


SUPERFAST#3 - Goal: clean energy

HPC5: powerful research accelerator for zero-carbon energy.

16 March 2020
min read

ISWEC, the energy from the sea

With Turin Polytechnic we have opened a research laboratory to exploit the energy of the sea: with ISWEC we produce electricity from wave motion, with the possibility of powering offshore plants.


Organic Photovoltaic OPV

We are developing a technology to generate solar energy from an extremely thin film, harnessing the properties of photoactive polymers.


LSC - Luminescent Solar Concentrators

We have invented special transparent sheets that capture light at low intensity and concentrate this along the edges, where it is transformed into electricity.


CSP - Concentrated Solar Power

We have improved the performance of concentrated solar power plants to make them more efficient, economical and versatile.


ENI'S FACES#2 - Nanometric energy

This is the story of Alessandra, the lab technician who won the Innovators Under 35 award from MIT Technology Review magazine.

20 April 2020
min read

ALBERT#1 - Smart windows

Luminescent solar concentrators (LSCs): smart windows to you. Eni's research centre in Novara has reinvented photovoltaic solar power, giving birth to a new technology that creates energy.

07 July 2020
min read

ALBERT#3 - MarEnergy, the cradle of energy

In Ravenna’s offshore is the world's first hybrid system for collecting solar and wave energy and even storing it.

21 July 2020
min read

PEOPLE#2 – Meet Angelo

This 27-year-old technician and researcher has just won the Boston MIT Technology Review prize for young innovators under 35. Meet Angelo Poletto.

14 July 2020
min read

Solar power in the "oven"

From France to Italy, all about new concentration plants.

by Maria Pia Rossignaud
28 August 2020
8 min read

Lights on organic photovoltaics

OPV solar panels and the development of solar energy in Europe.

by Maria Pia Rossignaud
23 July 2020
8 min read

The power of the Italian sea

Italy's role in the development of new technologies to produce energy efficiently from water.

by Maria Pia Rossignaud
15 July 2020
9 min read

A new battery for the Concentrated Solar technology

The CSP technology, one of the many solutions developed by Eni for its decarbonization strategy, can now count on an innovative thermal energy storage system.

by Mike Scott
15 June 2020
6 min read

Molecular modelling for the photovoltaic of the future

Molecular modeling and supercomputers, the constant work of Eni researchers to improve the technology of Organic PhotoVoltaics (OPV) and Luminescent Solar Concentrators (LSC).

by Luca Longo
24 February 2020
5 min read

The power of the oceans

The energy coming from the sea is still a huge potential. Eni's challenge is to exploit this capacity and hence, expand the field of renewables.

by Paola Arpino
30 March 2020
9 min read

Eni Award, our very own Nobel Prize in Energy

2008 saw the first edition of the Eni Award. In 12 years, 78 researchers from five continents have been awarded, and the story goes on.

by Eni Staff
06 February 2020
6 min read

Digitalisation, people and transformation

Digital transformation is a process that affects our entire company across the board. It improves safety, ensures asset integrity, promotes people's skills, increases energy and operational efficiency and drives business opportunities. Italy is at the heart of this road, from project conception to building the first digital lighthouse. We are technologically committed in many areas: artificial intelligence, blockchain, virtual reality, augmented reality, advanced robotics, internet of things and sensors.

It is our people who bring about this transformation. By interacting with technology, we can act faster, more efficiently and more flexibly, ensuring that the company is increasingly sustainable in relation to the environment and its stakeholders and more competitive on the reference market, with the aim of contributing to the energy transition. 

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Eni IT and the Green Data Center

The Green Data Center opened in Italy in 2013 and hosts all Eni’s application systems, processing infrastructure and central telecommunications systems. It is a highly technological plant built to international standards of excellence. 

It provides IT services to management, industrial and commercial departments and all our sites, integrating with 20 local data rooms distributed throughout Italy, and providing services in more than 73 countries. 

The Green Data Center