Our reporting on sustainability explains the strategic side of the three keystones of our company culture and business model: long-term carbon neutrality, our operating methods and alliances for local development. We want to assess and measure the concrete results of our commitment to the countries we work in, so that we can keep doing better. That is why, back in 2006, Eni began publishing a yearly report on its sustainability. Over the years, our reporting system has only got better.
In 2010, Eni began transforming the information it provided on its management, in the Integrated Annual Report, part of the company's integrated financial statement, which is key to the reporting system. In keeping with this transformation, in 2017 Eni decided to include within its Integrated Annual Report1 a “Consolidated Non-Financial Report” pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 254/2016, summarising the key information on sustainability. Detailed information can be found in other Eni reporting, like for example the voluntary Sustainability Report, "Eni For", which we still publish every year to present our approach to sustainability through concrete cases and interviews with the people who work with us. The last report, “Eni for 2019”, consisted not only of the main document, but also of a special “Long-term carbon neutrality” document (drawn up on the basis of the Financial Stability Board's Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosure, TCFD) and an annex on sustainability at Eni in the last three years.
To these reports was added the Report on respect for human rights, which outlines Eni's strategy on promoting and respecting human rights and describes the main activities, performance indicators, and Local reports to present an integrated picture of Eni's activities in different businesses in various places, such as, for example, the Local reports on Gela and Ravenna.