Our Corporate Governance is open, sustainable and pragmatic.
Eni’s Corporate Governance has a traditional structure and is founded on the principles of integrity, transparency and fairness. The term Corporate Governance refers to the system of management and control of the company, in other words the set of technical and legal rules and regulations that aim to ensure effective and efficient management for the creation of value for all the shareholders, also taking into consideration the interests of other stakeholders.
Social responsibility is an essential component of the Eni group's self-image and the way it acts. The group's aim has always been to combine competitiveness with sustainability. Against this background and in the interest of reinforcing our commitment, Eni has developed a Code of Ethics.
Eni considers corruption to be an intolerable obstacle to business efficiency and fair competition. To this end, ethical integrity, full respect of the law and regulations and fairness represent constant commitments of all of Eni’s personnel.
As a globally operating Energy company Eni is committed to a sustainable and future-oriented development with regard to all its business activities. A commitment that results in numerous innovative corporate initiatives as well as in the mission and consequently derived guidelines on corporate level, and respectively at the German subsidiaries.