The "International Financial Reporting Standards" (IFRS) are a set of international reporting rules, ratified by the European Commission, that Companies with securities listed on regulated markets of Member States of the European Union are required to adopt for their consolidated financial statements starting in 2005.

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2005 Transition to IFRS

Presentation pdf 329 KB Ifrs First Application Appendix pdf 101 KB 1st Quarter 2004 According To IFRS excel 110 KB Press Release excel 110 KB Presentation pdf 329 KB Ifrs First Application Appendix [...] 2005 Transition to IFRS 2005 Transition to IFRS Overview In detail: the date of the event and ...

27 April 2005 eni.com Section: enipedia

FAQs Financial information

shareholders contact Eni's Investor Relations team for information What are IFRS? The "International Financial Reporting Standards" (IFRS) are a set of international reporting rules, ratified by the European [...] The answers to the questions of potential investors. FAQs Financial information Overview What are IFRS? When is your next results release ...

12 May 2016 eni.com Section: enipedia

Eni.com share data and information

the results of the segment have been classified as discontinued operations based on theguidelines of IFRS 5 in 2013-2015 period. (a) Calculated on the average number of Eni shares outstanding during the year.

7 July 2017 eni.com Section: investors

2005 Financial results and presentations

Seminar Florence - May, 19 - 20 UBM IX Italian Conference Milan, 27th April, 2005 2005 Transition to IFRS Podcast London - April, 5 2005 Morgan Stanley Oil Conference - Refining and Marketing London, 1 March,

16 June 2017 eni.com Section: enipedia

Selected consolidated financial data

the results of the segment have been classified as discontinued operations based on the guidelines of IFRS 5. The comparative reporting periods have been restated consistently. (**) Effective January 1, 2016,

10 April 2017 eni.com Section: investors

Gas & Power: 2016 performance and capital expenditure

evaluation of certain commodity derivatives acking the formal criteria to be accounted as hedges under IFRS (gains of 443 million), a downward revision of revenues accrued on the sale of gas and power for past

9 August 2017 eni.com Section: enipedia

FAQs ADR

All of our financial figures, including sales and results, are reported in Euros. Eni reports using IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards). Under the ADR Program Eni must comply with the full

12 May 2016 eni.com Section: enipedia

Refining & Marketing: 2016 performance and capital expenditure

commodity derivatives (charges of 3 million) lacking the formal criteria to be accounted as hedges under IFRS. Furthermore, special charges include the write-off related to the EST conversion plant, at Sannazzaro

13 September 2017 eni.com Section: enipedia