Internationalism, dialogue, an integrated approach. These elements underpin how the men and women of Eni approach their roles every day.
Creating sustainable value
Our corporate aim is to create long-term, sustainable value. While promoting growth, efficiency and the prevention and management of business risks, we give the highest consideration to the interests of all those who work with us and for us. Our activities are based on a business model that has provided us with an excellent strategic position and marked competitive advantages. Our system of corporate governance is a cornerstone of our activity and aims to support the relationship of trust we have with those who work with us and to contribute to the achievement of business success.
We are the “energy solution” for the countries where we operate
Eni wants to improve access to energy in the countries in which it operates. Our inspiration comes from the Mattei formula (the basis for planning relationships with foreign governments devised by company founder Enrico Mattei), which since the 1960s has aimed to establish an equal relationship with oil-producing countries, creating the basis for a model of responsible economic development. The founder’s conviction is still valid today and aims to help producing countries become independent in energy supply through dialogue and respect for cultures.
Forging an integrated approach
We work in an increasingly global scenario, where contact with different worlds and cultures has become part of our everyday life. Our goal is to create a system with local people in order to contribute to the development of the territories in which we operate. Our commitment is realised through long-term agreements with the governments of the countries concerned and local people, implementing projects that benefit local communities and promote dialogue.
For us, environmental protection is fundamental for sustainable development in the implementation of industrial projects. Throughout the life cycle of our plants, we assess the environmental, social, economic and cultural impact of our activities, including on indigenous peoples, guaranteeing mitigation and constantly putting improvement processes in place. For us, being sustainable means managing the risks and mitigating the impact of operating activities.
It is in this way that we can help create added value for all.