Ettore Scola: “Man’s best friend on four wheels”.
The six-legged dog, which was designed by Luigi Broggini and re-designed twice, in 1972 and 1998, by Bob Noorda, tells the story of our company through graphics and literature. In over sixty years it has changed its shape but not its skin and with its paws in Italy and its head in the world it has always managed to look ahead.
Eni’s Historical Archive, an extraordinary heritage of memories and culture that recounts Italy's energy policy from the beginning of the twentieth century, re-opens to the public in the new headquarters of Castel Gandolfo. The new structure is designed to guarantee long-term conservation and is ready to welcome interested people from all over the world, making documents, photographs, videos and objects available.
An absorbing journey through time, examining the twists and turns in the company's history alongside the moments that shaped Italy and the world. On the website dedicated to Eni’s evolution you can follow the key events in chronological order or explore different themed ‘paths’, focusing respectively on innovation, internationality, respect for communities, research and culture. Times have changed, but our values have remained the same.
The faces, people, meetings and decisions that changed the course of events in the company, in Italy… the world. Take a journey through time, from Eni’s beginnings to the present, through the milestones of our history.
In 1953, he founded a company on values of innovation and internationalisation, immediately foreseeing that natural gas, up until then unknown in Europe, would enable the Italian industry to kick-start the economic boom. Today, the legacy is plain for all to see.
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