After a thorough transformation that we began in 2014, we are now ready for a new phase in the evolution of our business model, which will take us to 2050. From today, and for the next thirty years we will be even more focussed on the creation of long term value, combining economic and environmental sustainability.
Scope 1 direct emission: emissions derived from company assets (e.g. combustion, flaring, fugitive, and venting).
Scope 2 indirect emissions: emissions derived from the generation of electricity, heat, and steam which are purchased from third parties and consumed by company assets.
Scope 3 indirect emissions: emission produced along the entire value chain, upstream and downstream of the company’s activities (e.g. suppliers and customers).
Read more about energy transition
Selected content on this topic.
Watch videos about the Strategy
The official presentation of the long-term Strategic Plan to 2050 and the 2020-2023 Action Plan and the thematic focuses.
We designed Eni's evolution over the next 30 years by combining continuous development goals in a fast-moving energy market with a significant reduction in the portfolio's carbon footprint.
Giving shape to the future: our Strategy for 2050
Goals for 2050
The things we will achieve in the long term.
Installed renewable capacity Vs 0.2 GW in 2019
Total bio-refinery capacity
Sustainable fuels at service stations
300-500 Mton CO₂
Storage capacity at mining deposits (in Ravenna)
Offsetting emissions with forestry projects