At its refineries, Eni produces quality fuel and lubricants which are sold in Italy and around the world.
Oil is extracted as crude. In order to be used, it must be processed and distilled in refineries.
Refining and marketing includes the supply, processing, distribution and marketing of fuel and chemical products. In terms of the path taken by fuel and natural gas, Downstream is the sector relating to oil refining and processing, the deposit and storage of natural gas and liquefied natural gas (GNL), the transportation of oil products and the wholesale and retail of oil and gas products. Midstream, on the other hand, relates to the transportation of oil from the extraction site to place where it will be refined and stored. Transportation is via pipelines or oil tankers to the site where the crude will be refined. Digital tools have an increasingly important role to play in our manufacturing processes, helping to optimise our operations and achieve ever greater efficiency.
Eni is active in the refining sector in Italy and Germany. In Italy, Eni has converted the Venice refinery into a bio-refinery (the world’s first example of this kind of conversion). It is also finalising a similar project to convert the Gela refinery into a bio-refinery. Eni’s refining system in Italy comprises three company-owned refineries (Sannazzaro, Livorno and Taranto) and a 50% stake in the Milazzo refinery. In Germany, Eni holds an 8.33% interest in the Schwedt refinery and a 20% interest in Bayernoil, an integrated refining hub that includes the Vohburg and Neustadt refineries.
In addition, we have initiated a new phase of growth for our refining, thanks to the strategic acquisition of 20% of the Ruwais refinery in Abu Dhabi, for a value of 3.3 billion dollars. Eni will use its expertise to provide support for the technological development of the three refineries operated by ADNOC Refining, located in the areas of Ruwais and Abu Dhabi. This operation is one of the most significant ever conducted in the refining sector, enabling an increase of 35% in Eni’s refining capacity and a long-term breakeven margin of $1.5/barrel.
Eni produces quality fuels and lubricants in its refineries, which are distributed through 4,223 service stations in Italy alone. In 2018, the production of biofuels reached a value of 219 thousand tons, an increase compared to the 206 of the previous year. Sales on the Italian network are 5.91 million tons. Network sales in the rest of Europe amounted to 2.48 million tons, down by 2% on the comparable period, essentially in Germany.
The infographic represents the percentage of Eni's market share by country.
Inserisci l’indirizzo email con il quale ti sei registrato all'area riservata. Riceverai all'indirizzo indicato la nuova password, che ti consigliamo di aggiornare dopo il primo accesso.
La nuova password è stata inviata alla mail indicata.