Development activities: Eni's commitment

Eni is committed to cooperating with the countries it operates in for the economic and social development of the local area, based on dialogue, listening and the involvement of local communities. We have chronicled our contribution to some of our host countries in a photo book, where you can discover the sustainability projects we set up between 2014 and 2020 in Angola, Congo, Egypt, Ghana, Iraq, Kenya, Mexico, Mozambique and Nigeria.  A journey that unfolds through concrete actions, partnerships, objectives and results to meet the development needs of the countries we work in and create long-term value. Together.

Our future is one of ongoing challenges. These challenges are becoming increasingly complex and global, from the climate emergency to water scarcity, from migration crises to the right to education. In some parts of the world, it is increasingly urgent to ensure access to safe and clean forms of energy for everyone and to coordinate efforts.

Eni has set out on an irreversible journey that will make it a leading company in the production and sale of decarbonized energy products by 2050, taking measures that are in line with the Paris Agreement and the company's mission.  This is also the result of our cooperation with the 68 countries we operate in, through continuous interaction with local institutions and stakeholders: an easy way to identify the measures needed to meet the needs of communities.

We want to work alongside the countries we operate in and move with them towards new models of development, thanks to in-house expertise, the development and application of new technologies, the digitalization of processes and new forms of collaboration. The Local Development Programme takes an integrated view of the different activities we carry out in these countries and is divided into five lines of action: local content, human rights, stakeholder engagement, land management and local development projects. The activities have been established in line with the National Development Plans and contribute to the achievement of the objectives set by the country in relation to the 2030 Agenda and the Paris Agreement, to improve the well-being of local communities.

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