The places, people and processes that produce energy every day.
Adventures in exploration around the world.
We are committed to developing projects for the exploration and production of new hydrocarbon deposits, both onshore and offshore. Our Green Refinery initiative sees us looking at refineries from a new, more environmentally-conscious angle.
Production has begun at the first offshore oilfield in the Barents Sea, off the coast of Norway. That it has been developed is thanks to the largest and most sophisticated, cylindrical floating production, storage and offloading unit (FPSO) in the world.
We work with energy in all its forms: we know how to find it, produce it and distribute it, and we are committed to doing so skilfully and with passion.
Travelling on the roads of Europe’s largest onshore field (Val d’Agri, Italy), among air sniffers and electronic ears: a network of environmental monitors that is second to none.
We are investing in electricity and gas to develop sources of energy that will allow us to reduce the emissions responsible for climate change.
Eni has enjoyed another great success in its exploration in Egypt. Nooros has reached a gas production rate of 20 million m³ per day in just 13 months, an extraordinary record.
We debunk some of the myths about gas, ranging from its availability to cost. And we discover that it is indeed the ideal energy source to fuel our transition to a low-carbon future...
We work in deep water in Angola evry day. Block 15/06 is one of our most important assets and is divided into two production centres: West Hub and East Hub.
The largest field in the Mediterranean. The story of Zohr dates back to 2012, when the field's 15 exploration areas came up for tender.
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