Eni's activities contribute to ensuring that energy is supplied to Italy and Europe through a consolidated global portfolio that leverages new discoveries, particularly of natural gas, on a system of alliances with producing countries and agreements and collaborations with international partners.
In order to respond to the current energy crisis brought about by the global situation, Eni is implementing a plan to increase gas supplies from other countries, mainly from its own production. Gas is at the heart of this strategy, as it's the most reliable source to support the energy transition.
The main production countries we are working with to expand our gas portfolio are Algeria, Angola, Cyprus, the Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Indonesia, Libya, Mozambique, Nigeria and Qatar. Supplies from Algeria, in particular, will double from around 9 billion cubic metres per year to around 18 billion cubic metres per year by 2024. LNG volumes will expand, with Snam's two new terminals expected to be operational by 2023, and fed by increasing quantities from Egypt, Qatar, the Republic of the Congo, Nigeria and Angola.