Eni, through its subsidiaries NAOC/AENR/NAE, and the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) have signed a Collaboration Agreement to foster access to water in Nigeria by drilling boreholes powered with photovoltaic systems, both for domestic use and irrigation. The project contributes to the humanitarian interventions for the communities suffering from the North East - Lake Chad crisis, which have led to unprecedented levels of population displacements and prolonged disruption of agricultural, livestock and fishing activities. This Collaboration Agreement is an example of Public-Private Partnerships, an essential tool in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development adopted by the United Nations in 2015.
Eni E&P division commenced activities in Nigeria in 1962 through a wholly owned subsidiary
Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited, with the offer of participation in its operations by Federal Government in case of commercial discovery. This option was subsequently exercised in 1973.
The 21st edition of the Green River Project’s Farmers Day Celebration took place on 11th November 2017 in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State. The event aimed to celebrate the yields that farmers in Bayelsa, Delta, Imo and Rivers States produce with the support of the Project. The theme for this year’s event, “GRP: actively leading the future of the Niger Delta”, highlighted the important role played by the Green River Project in improving the standard of living and subsistence patterns of local communities, boosting their capacities through training and knowledge transfer and increasing opportunities for sustainable socio-economic development, particularly as concerns youth and women empowerment.
The constant and systematic search for operational excellence is a fundamental component of Eni’s culture
Eni conducts its activities in compliance with applicable international standards, laws, regulations and the national policies of the countries in which it operates, also with regard to environmental protection.
In the course of the years eni has accomplished hundreds of projects in the sector of health assistance,
social and agricultural development, education and professional formation, environmental protection and culture. NAOC JV, which operate on shore, has been actively involved in the promotion of socio-economic development and fruitful relationship with its host communities numbering about 350 and spread over 4 states: Rivers, Bayelsa, Delta and Imo in the Niger delta region.
The attention of the Management of Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited (NAOC) has been drawn to the activities of fraudsters offering employment to unsuspecting members of the public or inviting them for recruitment interview purportedly on behalf of NAOC.
For the second time in the last three years, Nigerian Agip Exploration (NAE), the fully owned Eni company operating offshore of Nigeria, has been honoured as the 2016 Local Content Operator of the Year, in recognition of its distinguished performance amongst corporate organizations promoting local content development in the oil and gas sector in Nigeria. NAE was the recipient of the prestigious industry achievement award for 2014.