Achieving carbon neutrality by mid-century to limit global average temperature increase within 1.5°C: a concrete commitment for Eni to change the way we produce and use energy through innovative solutions and alliances with stakeholders.
Eni aims to be a leader in the energy sector with a long-term strategy that will achieve carbon neutrality in 2050.
Steps to achieve Net Zero
Our path to net zero emissions is marked by clear milestones. Here are all the commitments we have set for the next years.
net Scope 1+2+3 emissions by 2030 (vs. 2018)
net Scope 1+2+3 emissions by 2035 (vs. 2018)
net Scope 1+2+3 emissions by 2040 (vs. 2018)
net Scope 1+2+3 emissions by 2050 (vs. 2018)
We have been committed to reducing GHG emissions for years: the results we have obtained prove the effectiveness of our low-carbon strategy.
Lower emissions, more energy
Reducing emissions in a world demanding more and more energy is an arduous task, but an essential one.
Eni will have removed palm oil from its production cycles by 2023.
Path towards decarbonisation: 2021 results
To achieve carbon neutrality in 2050 we are reducing the carbon footprint of processes and products. Here are the results from 2021.
GHG emission intensity index UPS (2021 vs. 2014)
Net Carbon Footprint UPS (2021 vs. 2018)
Net GHG Lifecycle Emissions (2021 vs. 2018)
Net Carbon Intensity (2021 vs. 2018)
Forests cover 31% of the dry land on the planet and are a fundamental absorber of carbon from the atmosphere.