Our integrated management system enables us abate and reduce environmental impact.
We take care of our planet. That's why we've assembled this in-depth look at the topic of marine and land biodiversity – full of images, videos and infographics.
We operate in multiple environmental contexts around the world that are characterised by different regulatory systems. We also manage biodiversity through an integrated Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) System. Among Eni's current international and national concessions being exploited, our Policy identifies those that include protected areas and/or priority sites as regards the conservation of biodiversity. Eni's approach to protecting the environment ensures that the interrelationships between nature, climate change, water management and social issues are identified and managed in the best possible manner. This is why we assess risks concerning:
In managing the possible impacts of our activities on the natural environment, we apply a series of actions called the Mitigation Hierarchy that we developed in order to:
Thanks to the application of these guidelines, Eni ensures full priority for protecting the ecosystem.
Eni does not conduct oil and gas exploration and development activities within the boundaries of Natural Sites included in the UNESCO World Heritage List (as of May 31, 2019.). If we operate (explore, develop and produce) in areas of high biodiversity value, we are committed to the conservation of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (BES) by implementing our management model in compliance with Eni BES Policy. When we work in joint ventures we do not operate, we are committed to promote with our partners the development and adoption of good management practices in line with our BES Policy.
We care deeply about Nature, which is why we decided to celebrate our commitment to preserving it with the launch of an engaging long form. From international conventions to Eni's Regulatory Reference Framework in the field of biodiversity, our BES Policy and our distinctive model in the management of these issues, our sense of environmental responsibility is clearly evident in all 71 countries where we operate. In particular, the long form is an opportunity to explain our approach to protecting biodiversity and monitoring impacts in Congo and Myanmar, two excellent examples of the application of BES management at our operating sites.