The global markets are increasingly focused on activities aimed at creating long-term sustainable value. As well as with regard to climate change-related reporting.
Eni has embarked on a decarbonisation path to rise to the crucial challenge of the energy sector: transition towards a low carbon future and access to energy for a growing world population.
Eni aims to be a “Net Zero carbon” energy company by 2050 (Scope 1, 2 and 3), with the ultimate goal of being a world-class investment case.
Eni is strongly committed to playing a key role in sustainability and over the last years it has built a business model that puts sustainability at the center of every business activity, including financial strategy, and believes that the development and use of sustainability-linked instruments can help promote the energy transition process towards a low-carbon future.
Eni’s Sustainability-Linked Financing Framework has been reviewed by Moody's who provided a second party opinion (SPO).
These financial tools contribute to SDG 7 (Affordable and Clean Energy) and SDG 13 (Climate Action), in line with Eni’s mission.