Today’s China is a nation with lots of confidence in itself and the huge weight it carries over the global economy. However, it is also aware of the many challenges it faces: creating the needed impetus to push reforming policies, building a ‘New Silk Road’, opening its economy to the international markets. WE37 assesses the progress of the Asian giant in the fields of energy and economics, through the reports of authors who sketch the country’s profile and highlight its strengths and contradictions.read the magazine
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As integral part of its corporate strategy, Eni is committed to respecting international human rights principles, starting from the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. In this context, on June 19th, 2017, the Eni Board of Directors, in compliance with the provisions of the Modern Slavery Act 2015, approved the Statement that represents Eni's and its companies' commitment to combat modern slavery and the trafficking of human beings within the organization.Read our statement
Proportion of the gas produced due to the State, the Basilicata Region and the Calabria Region for 2016. (Only Italian version)
Eni S.p.A. intends to make available transportation capacity from 01/04/2018, 06:00 a.m. to 01/10/2018, 06:00 a.m. through non-discriminatory and transparent single-round auctions according to the system marginal price rule.
Less than two-and-a-half years since its discovery and with potential gas reserves of 850bn m3, the supergiant Egyptian gas field Zohr has started production. First gas in December 2017.See more
Farmers, co-operatives, research institutes, local authorities and NGOs last month celebrated harvest together. It's a festival that takes place every year and is dedicated to producers associated with the Green River Project, Eni's initiative to support agricultural development in the four states where the Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC) – Eni's subsidiary in Nigeria – is active: Imo, Delta, Rivers and Bayelsa.
We reach all-time production record: 1 million and 920 thousand barrels of oil equivalent per day. The proof of the success of the integrated exploration and development model that Eni has developed in recent years, and that has allowed a reduction in the time-to-market of new projects while ensuring compliance with initial investment estimates.
Eni has made its structure more efficient and as a result has succeeded in becoming an integrated oil and gas company. Since 2014, our strategy has seen us adopt a string of new measures, including strengthening our business by optimising investment and reducing costs. We have concentrated on our strategic upstream sector, both in terms of exploration and development, and accelerated the reorganisation of the mid-downstream sector.Find out more
In order to start an application process, to check the currently active tender notices, participate to e-Tenders and for any other related information.Find out more
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