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Eni transformation in the past five years

Debt reduction, increasing production and new ways to diversify our company.

Efficiency and integration

We have built a new Eni based on efficiency, integration and deployment of new technologies.

The following infographic summarizes the main results obtained for each target and the strategies for achieving them.


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Our Strategic Plan 2019-2022 goals

As part of the presentation of the 2019-2022 strategy, the targets set in the previous strategic plan have been revised as shown below, taking into account the progress that has been made on: discoveries, production CAGR, Upstream project breakevens, LNG contract volumes by 2025, refining breakeven LT, and the decarbonization strategy.


Actions taken to reach Plan’s goal

1. Transformation into a fully integrated O&G

Centralisation of support functions. All businesses directly reporting to CEO.

Sale of participations in Snam and Galp.

Stake dilution in Saipem from 43% to 30.5%, ensuring the deconsolidation of its debt.


2. Upstream enhancement

Successful dual exploration model built on our leadership in exploration.

Integrated development of new projects: ‘design-to-cost’ approach.

Enhanced control on execution: insourcing of competences and full integration of all phases of the supply chain.

Conventional asset portfolio and high level of operatorship.


3. Mid-Downstream restructuring

Renegotiation of long-term contracts and recovery of Take-or-Pay.

Dedicated company for the retail gas and power business, ‘Eni Gas e Luce’.

Stronger integration of G&P and Upstream to develop international LNG.

Refining capacity optimization and reconversion of plants into green refineries.

Chemicals capacity optimization and increased focus on high-margin specialties.


4. Financial Discipline

Exit from non-core businesses and flexibility from dual exploration model.

Structural cost and capex saving.

Upstream growth and mid-downstream turnaround.

Sustainable dividend policy.