The company's Mission clearly highlights Eni’s commitment to play a decisive role in the just transition process towards a low-carbon future that guarantees efficient and sustainable access to energy for all, in order to contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This commitment is confirmed by the transformation path that Eni has been pursuing for some years, and which already in 2020 has seen an acceleration. In February 2021, a commitment was announced to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, through the complete decarbonisation of products and processes. In “Eni for” we report on this journey, by exploring Eni's business model aimed at creating value for all stakeholders, through its model for operational excellence, its path to carbon neutrality by 2050 and its alliances for development.
Eni for 2020: our sustainability report
Eni will be carbon neutral by 2050
Decarbonization is an integral part of our strategy, that aims to achieve a net-zero target on GHG Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions (Net GHG Lifecycle Emissions) by 2050, and the elimination of the related emission intensity (Net Carbon Intensity), referred to the entire life cycle of energy products sold.
Our global presence: current projects and initiatives
Eni implements projects on access to off-grid energy and clean-cooking technologies, economic diversification, education and vocational training, territory or land conservation, access to water and sanitation, and improvement of health care. Every project is carefully assessed in a local context and designed to ensure long-term benefits.
Some examples of local projects and initiatives
Targeted interventions to support the needs of local communities, in partnership with institutions and stakeholders.
We have set our strategy on an evolution of our business model that is strongly focused on long-term value creation for all our stakeholders, tracing the path to carbon neutrality by 2050.
Water is life: Emily’s story
Livelihood Restoration Plan: Sabina Adjaby as an example of micro-entrepreneurship
Livelihood Restoration Plan: Nenya Eshun as an example of micro-entrepreneurship
Rovuma Basin Project aims to deliver 10,000 cook stoves to the population of Pemba in Mozambique
Access to education in Mozambique
The story of Pietro Savorgnan di Brazza, the explorer for whom Brazzaville is named
Le Cercle Africain: the first museum in the town of Pointe-Noire, Congo, opened in 2018
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