Green River Project

The Green River Project is an integrated development programme for farming and livestock in the Niger Delta. The programme aims to improve the livelihoods of Niger Delta communities and pursue food security, increasing food availability, generating employment and improving access to social services. Given the relevance of the programme in the framework of Government Development Plans, NAOC’s aim is to strengthen GRP activities, promote innovation and strengthen the skills acquisition programme.

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Dual Flag

With the “dual flag” approach, Eni aims to cooperate with host countries in order to seize new opportunities for economic and social development in an increasingly complex global environment. Listening and involving local communities are key prerequisites for sustainability and building mutual value. Thanks to this model, which is rooted in the formula developed by Enrico Mattei, and has become known as the “Mattei Formula”, the partnership focuses not only on the economic value of the resources of producer countries, but also on concrete support for sustainable development, particularly on the energy front: a distinctive feature that enables us to establish a mutually beneficial relationship and build mutual respect.

Eni’s sustainability projects in Nigeria

Thanks to the Green River Project, Eni has created a system to support agriculture in the country.

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Community development projects

elements in Eni's presence in Congo. Eni's sustainability projects in Nigeria Thanks to the Green River Project, Eni has created a system to support agriculture in the country. Eni's sustainability projects

12 May 2016 eni.com Section: enipedia

Young Researcher of the Year-Stefano Langé

resources and have more and more energy This young researcher has studied the development of a simple and cost-effective process solution for the purification of natural gas. How to use low quality gas reserves [...] and develop an innovative cryogenic distillation process able to perform this task in a simple ...

5 October 2017 eni.com Section: Innovation

The results of 2016 and how they were achieved

exploration - A `design-to-cost' approach in project development - Portfolio of conventional projects FINANCIAL RESULTS Cost Optimisation : CAPEX reduction - The overall cost optimisation programme has [...] the volume produced in the same period) - An average unit exploration cost 2008-2016 of $2 per barrel (around 20% of the average cost per barrel for ...

31 August 2017 eni.com Section: investors

Increase and improvement of resources, our strategy for 2019

Organically-developed conventional upstream projects, with a large resource base and a competitive cost structure Increasing and enhancing the use of discovered resources to improve cash generation Main [...] the carbon footprint and the gradual elimination of routine gas flaring. Large projects at low unit cost The upstream development model will continue ...

12 May 2016 eni.com Section: enipedia

Exploration model

production chains. Our Upstream model Eni's exploration strategy is driven by time-to-market speed and cost-effectiveness while converting discoveries into production. How to reach first oil before other companies [...] few more details about dual exploration and the projects it was successfully applied to. Design to cost - the overlapping of ...

31 August 2017 eni.com Section: operations

Exploration in 2016

resources were discovered, at a unit cost of $0.6/boe. The exploration resources discovered over the last 3 years consequently amount to 3.4 billion boe at a unit cost of $1/boe. Exploration activities are [...] resources of 1.1 billion boe in 2016, at a unit cost of ...

10 August 2017 eni.com Section: enipedia

Exploration activities and successful discoveries

billion boe of additional resources at a cost of 0.6 $/boe. Additions to the Company's resources backlog were 3.4 billion boe in the last three years, at a cost of 1 $/boe. Promising new prospects to be [...] 1.1 billion boe of additional resources at a cost ...

4 May 2017 eni.com Section: operations

The history of Zohr

DESCALZI Zohr: stages of development and the design-to-cost model Development involves using hi-tech solutions to create infrastructure while meeting time, cost and quality objectives. Thanks to some highly advanced [...] improve project engineering and reduce the time required to arrive at the FID. This is the design-to-cost model; dividing ...

20 December 2017 eni.com Section: operations

Eni is a partner of the 2012 MIT Europe Energy Conference

nanotechnology and solar energy : an advanced approach to overcome the current limits of efficiency and cost of solar technologies, using very thin layers of innovative materials assembled devices built on a [...] The expectation is to be able to produce self-assembling materials using potentially simple and low cost processes. Artificial photosynthesis ...

28 March 2012 eni.com Section: enipedia

Upstream

to our projects around the world. What, then, is our new exploration strategy based on? Design to cost The magic formula is to prepare development analyses during exploration and use advanced technologies [...] Hub and OCTP. The key is reconversion, which has allowed us to save $10m in 2016 alone. Design ...

31 August 2017 eni.com Section: operations