A sustainable approach characterises all Eni’s activities starting from negotiation, passing through all the operational processes from exploration to decommissioning. For this approach to be effective it needs to be systematic and applicable in all operating contexts. In this sense, Eni is committed to better integrating this approach at organizational level and in the company regulatory system. This integration is necessary to define a more structured action plan for the local context which ensures respect for standards of excellence during all business phases, in accordance with the Country Development Plan, in line with the UN 2030 Agenda and the National Determined Contributions (NDC – COP21).
We have always worked with stakeholders to contribute to the development and management of local communities.
Integration of sustainability issues in business activities
Eni’s business projects envisage preliminary analysis of the local socio-economic systems, also through a mapping of the stakeholders and their requests to fully understand the context and the needs of communities in relation to the environmental and socioeconomic impacts, including the potential impacts on human rights.
Furthermore an assessment of risks and opportunities is performed on the basis of Eni’s presence in the local context. These tools ensure the definition of Local Development Plans to support the Country’s needs, also thanks to the definition of Local Content plans.
Furthermore, Eni ensures that the sustainability issues are formalized and included in the regulatory instruments for the business processes, such as for example, in the exploration, development and decommissioning processes. The Golden Rules, to be applied during the negotiation phase, were defined in 2017 with the aim to include sustainability aspects in the oil contracts.
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