To monitor the effects of its activities on sustainability, Eni annually updates its targets and provides incentives for its most virtuous managers.
We update our corporate objectives annually by assessing the effects of our activities on sustainability.
|Material topics||Commitments||Progress as at 2015||Objectives for 16/19|
|Integrity in business management
Anticorruption, Human rights, transparency
|Dissemination of the integrity culture||5,000 people participated to “Responsible leadership” webinars||Extension of the "Responsible leadership" to a broader public and new updated activities related to “integrity”|
|Suppliers SA8000 Audit||SA8000 Audit carried out on 16 suppliers/subsuppliers of which 8 in Vietnam, Algeria, Ghana, Ecuador and 8 follow-up in Indonesia, Mozambique, Angola, Pakistan||Prioritizing of violation risk of human rights in audit plans to be carried out on the supply chain|
|Transparency of payments to governments||Disclosure of governamental payment in 28 Countries with their consent (see Eni for Transparency)||Implementation of the new mandatory reporting regime and creation of a new support community to affiliates on EITI and on transparency issues|
|People safety and asset integrity||Reduction in the number of employee and contractor injuries||Reduction in the number of injuries for the 11th consecutive year (TRIR 0.40 in 2015 vs 0.62 of 2014)||Continuous improvement targeting zero level of injuries|
|Equal opportunity for all people||Development and training of local people overseas||Project Eni Junior Professor (JP), started in 2014, for training of future teachers in the oil&gas engineering at the Maputo University (Mozambique)||Intensification of cooperation with Universities in some Countries (Angola, Ghana) in order to align their curricula with the needs of local content|
|Increase of women presence||26.86% percentage of women on new recruitments||10% increase of women staff in Italy in the years 2016-17|
|Fight against climate change
environmental impacts reduction
|Reduction in hydrocarbon volumes sent to process flaring (MSCM)||4.28 million cubic meters/day||-25% to 2019|
|Reduction GHG upstream emissions||0.18 tonnes CO2eq/toe||-43% to 2025|
|Percentage increase in the reinjection of produced waters||56%||64% to 2019|
|Access to energy||Integrated Hinda project in Congo concluded, electrification studies for two health centers in Angola conducted||Continuous integration of the "access to energy" theme, taking into account various energy mix alternatives, in the local development projects|
|Technological Innovation||Use of solar energy and energy storage in areas of scarce supply||Development of innovative technologies on the concentrating solar power (CSP), energy storage and advanced bio-oil with the collaboration of MIT and Politecnico di Milano as well||Construction of pilot and demonstrative plants of newly developed technological solutions|
|Development of monitoring technologies, environmental protection and remediation||Development and testing of innovative methodologies and protocols||Engineering of the most promising technologies and practical application of these|
|Reconversion of industrial sites to biorefineries||180 tons of biofuel produced in the Venice biorefinery||Conversion of the Gela refinery and production launch of second generation biofuel|
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