People, ideas, environment and communities, all waiting to be discovered.
We have always placed great importance on communities and our aim is to facilitate access to energy for local populations and promote environmental protection, health and safety. The plot of our story involves people, ideas and technology. Because energy and sustainability make a great read.
Eni intends to contribute to the second edition of the International Day for Women in Science by telling the stories of some of its women who stand out in the scientific areas. To do so, we have travelled a little bit around the world…
We are committed to developing projects for the exploration and production of new hydrocarbon deposits, both onshore and offshore. Our Green Refinery initiative sees us looking at refineries from a new, more environmentally-conscious angle.
Come join with us and discover a new energy, one that drives volunteer associations.
The Offshore Cape Three Points project will ensure the supply of domestic gas to national thermal power stations for more than 15 years.
We have always pursued a sustainable approach, oriented to individual territories, plotting a growth path together with the countries in which we operate.
Security is a fundamental issue for our business and we promote initiatives to improve the preparedness of people and emergency responses.
People are our real energy – so they are always at the centre of our stories. We remain close to them because we believe in the continuous exchange of knowledge and skills. Our stories from around the world focus on our shared culture – from education and theatre to cookery – forging a path towards real sustainable growth.
These are just five little stories about how Eni’s presence in northern Mozambique is changing everyday life for whole communities.
Using the visual impact of theatre, Il Teatro Fa Bene aims to build awareness among women and children in northern Mozambique about good sanitation, hygiene and nutrition.
Aprendemos brincando is a teaching project for the school of Paquitequete, in the Pemba district of Mozambique.
Every day, over 400 people receive a hot meal from Eni, thanks to a network of people who work with passion, travelling across cities and ensuring widespread distribution.
The life of Erwin Insam, who manages an Eni gas station on the SS242 in Val Gardena, at an altitude of 1,300 meters, is centered around his of family-run business.
Two apparently distant paths crossed, they found that they shared similar traits of personality, style, tenacity, and the desire for success, tempered by sensitivity and competence.
We aim to build a low-carbon future in which more and more people have access to clean energy. To achieve this, we study the best technological solutions to help find and use sources that have a low environmental impact.
Petroleum and natural gas exploration, production and refining businesses are under the gun to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Our transition of energy to a low-carbon future is based on three basic cornerstones
Eni and 9 other oil companies will finance $1 billion-worth of projects, initiatives and technological solutions to help reduce emissions.
The infographic by Abo.net shows the share of population without electricity access and the major energy infrastructures in Africa.
In the Republic of Congo Eni is conducting a project that could change the lives of Congolese families. It involves the creation of “improved stoves”, which would make cooking food safer.
Travelling on the roads of Europe’s largest onshore field (Val d’Agri, Italy), among air sniffers and electronic ears: a network of environmental monitors that is second to none.
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