Through proprietary technology and strategic agreements we are committed to making the mobility of today and tomorrow increasingly sustainable and circular.
A mix of solutions for efficient and increasingly decarbonized mobility
Eni’s evolution entails achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, in line with the United Nations 2030 Agenda and the targets set out in the Paris Agreement on climate change. Eni has planned a decarbonization pathway that will reduce emissions generated throughout the life cycle of energy products. We will achieve this by strategically combining all available technologies. With a multidisciplinary approach, we are able to offer a mix of products and solutions ranging from the use of biofuels produced from waste raw materials to electric charging points, from biomethane to natural gas and the use of hydrogen. Furthermore, to leverage our assets and facilities as a driver of circular economy growth, it is essential to implement synergies throughout the supply chain. We do this through public and private partnerships.
The energy transition is a technological challenge.
Research applied to the decarbonization of transport results in new forms of cleaner energy.
Since 2014, Eni has been combining its traditional business with the production of biofuels for diesel by transforming waste biomass, agricultural residues that do not compete with the food chain and vegetable oils in HVO (hydrogenated vegetable oil), which, when added to diesel, becomes Eni Diesel +, Eni's premium fuel. Through the development of proprietary technologies patented by our Research Centres, we have completely transformed the refineries in Venice and Gela, where raw biomaterials are now processed: plant-based oils, animal fats, used cooking oils or algae extracts, from which biofuels can be obtained. We are also committed to the development of sustainable alternative fuels for aviation (SAFs) for the decarbonization of air transport. Finally, since March 2021, we have signed agreements with a number of African countries for the development of sustainable oil crops, in particular castor, the launch of targeted agricultural projects and the collection of agricultural waste and residues, for a range of initiatives that do not compete with the food chain.
One of the main challenges for the energy sector is to ensure access to energy for all in an efficient and sustainable way.
Partnership agreements for truly sustainable transport systems
From the Enjoy car sharing scheme to agreements with leading transport companies, Eni is committed to building a new road to the future of mobility. The development of biofuels for aviation, the focus on integrated electric mobility and the processing and production of hydrogen for transport and private use: just some of the partnerships set up by Eni in the area of clean and low CO2mobility. Thanks to our know-how and development of proprietary technologies we want to provide ever new input to achieve our goals.
Collaboration is a fundamental value for Eni. Agreements with various companies in the transport sector have led to some unique solutions. For an increasingly sustainable and circular mobility.
Gas: a key component of the energy transition
Methane is one of the most technologically mature of the alternative fuels. It is at hand thanks to a distribution network of around 1,300 sales points and a consolidated market in Italy. By strengthening its distribution network, Eni is fostering the spread of mobility with both compressed CNG for cars, and liquid LNG for HGVs. In addition, with circular economy approach, it promotes the recovery of biomass and waste from the agricultural and livestock chain and sets up plants to produce biomethane. In particular, following the acquisition of the FRI-EL Biogas Holding company, which owns 21 plants for generating electricity from biogas, we intend to supply more than 50 million cubic metres per year into the grid, thereby becoming Italy’s leading producer of biomethane.
Natural gas is one of the tools that will take us to the complete decarbonization of all products by 2050. A cleaner source of energy than hydrocarbons such as coal and oil.
Sustainable mobility in numbers
From car sharing to electric vehicles and methane gas sales points.
200 Eni sales points
supplying methane gas
2,600 Enjoy vehicles
available to members via the app
1 mln customers
registered with Enjoy
The new Eni Live Station: from service station to “mobility point”
Eni transforms its Eni Stations into Eni Live Stations, spaces completely dedicated to mobility, people and the car, with services that can usually be managed with a simple click on the Eni Live App. Our stations offer services ranging from long-distance to urban mobility, including those designed to facilitate even the shortest of journeys, with hire car pick-up points for you to continue your onward journey. Today, stations have a new integrated role, combining the use of traditional fuels with new forms of alternative energy. At Eni Live Stations you can take advantage of updated Enjoy services, Eni Parking areas and Eni Charge points to charge your electric car, with fast and ultrafast charging.
Contributions to sustainable mobility
Best practice showing sustainable transport and emissions-reduction project in the transport sector in Italy and worldwide.