Our presence extends around the entire globe, allowing us to meet and work with all kinds of different people. What do we take with us? Strong skills and a thirst for knowledge.
Claudio Descalzi participates in the Ambrosetti Forum
We monitor our environmental and social-performance statistics regularly. They show we are achieving significant results against our sustainability targets, all of which we communicate in a transparent way.Find out more
We have drawn up an integrated strategy with the aim of making the transition towards a low-carbon energy future. Three are its main areas: reducing and offsetting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions; a low-carbon portfolio; and a commitment to renewables.Explore
Since the days of Enrico Mattei, our approach has been based on dialogue and integration – aiming to establish strong alliances with producer countries, enabling access to resources and the creation of shared value. Our commitment to these territories is realised through contributions to communities and by involving the population and local stakeholders in the creation of new opportunities.
We favour greater transparency in the extraction sector and in particular for the definition of a common standard of payment for all those that operate in the industry. To do this, we continue our commitment to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative.Find out more
Improving Eni’s capacity to provide consistent and effective responses to the expectations of civil society: with this goal in mind, 2006 saw the creation of the Eni Foundation to manage issues related to the protection of fundamental human rights, in particular health issues in the mother-child area, with projects in Ghana, Mozambique, Angola, the Republic of Congo and Indonesia.
An overview of Eni’s world-wide operational activities and sustainability initiatives even further integrated into business processes.
A few days ago ended Eni’s project that gave the opportunity to 225 worthy Kazakh students, all winners of prizes in different fields (musical, artistic, sports…) and from low-income families, to visit the EXPO2017 in Astana, the city and its universities.See more
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
By placing sustainability at the heart of our operational, economic and financial strategies we are able to build long-term success.Find out more
Browse Eni for 2016 - Performance
This year, our Sustainability Report has an original and distinct trait. We focused on Eni three key levers, that are the basic elements of our corporate culture: - A well-defined path to decarbonisation; - An Operating Model that reduces risks as well as environmental and social impacts; - A Cooperation Model with the hosting Countries.
Our integrated approach to the countries where we work is inspired by the Mattei Formula, with dialogue and co-operation at its heart. Our sustainability projects around the world always go hand-in-hand with local development plans: we foster access to energy in an environmentally-friendly manner and with complete transparency, and promote activities related to education and health.
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