Eni integrates Board Committees and amends the guidelines on the maximum number of appointments of Eni Directors in other companies
The OGCI member companies have taken significant actions to reduce their GHG footprint, with combined GHG emissions from their operations reducing by around 20% over the past 10 years.
The result announced today is a further step forward by the two Companies, with an increasing focus on sustainable mobility. It is a tangible contribution to reducing emissions and environmental pollution.
The two companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding: Eni will share its best practices, which have made the company the leader in its sector, while FS Italiane will contribute its experience and high level skills.
The new Joint Italian Venture has as its mission the designing, building and managing of chemical plants using vegetable oil feedstock for the production of bio-chemicals (bio-plastics, bio-lubricants and bio-additives for elastomers)
Eni and UNIDO sign Joint Declaration to help reach Sustainable Development Goals with pioneering public-private cooperation
The Eni-UNIDO cooperation aims to contribute reaching the SDGs targets through a strategic cooperation focused on areas of common interest such as youth employment, agriculture value chains and renewable energy and energy efficiency, particularly in Africa.
Yesterday, Eni’s Board of Directors approved group results for the full year and the fourth quarter 2016 (unaudited).
Oil and Gas Climate Initiative announces progress towards methane target and new CCUS initiative to scale up actions towards climate goals
Launch of new KickStarter initiative to boost large-scale commercial carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) worldwideOGCI member companies on track to achieve methane intensity targetClimate Investments announces latest investments in low-carbon technologies and projects
Yesterday, Eni’s Board of Directors approved group results for the first quarter 2016 (unaudited).
Eni and FCA sign research agreement for joint projects to significantly reduce CO2 emissions produced by road transport vehicles
The agreement, which focuses on new technological applications for sustainable mobility, was signed at the Palazzo Chigi in Rome, in the presence of the Prime Minister, Paolo Gentiloni, by the chief executives of the two companies, Claudio Descalzi and Sergio Marchionne.
Yesterday, Eni’s Board of Directors approved group results for the fourth quarter and the full year 2015 (unaudited).
Adjusted operating profit: €4.74 billion in the quarter (up 28%); €17.3 billion for the full year (up 31.9%).Net profit: €0.55 billion in the quarter (up 40.2%); €6.32 billion for the full year (up 44.7%).Dividend proposal for the full year of €1.00 per share (includes an interim dividend of €0.50 per share paid in September 2010). Paolo Scaroni, Chief Executive Officer, commented:"In 2010, Eni delivered operating and financial results which rank among the best in its peer group. In E&P, where we reported record production, we paved the way for future growth thanks to our entry into new countries, including Togo, Democratic Republic of Congo and Poland. We also strengthened our position in established areas of operation, such as Venezuela and Iraq, where we expect high productive potential. Thanks to our excellent strategic positioning, Eni will continue to generate industry-leading results, and create value for its shareholders."