Eni operates in both the onshore and offshore areas of the Niger Delta through
its subsidiaries NAOC, NAE and AENR. In 2018, Eni’s oil and gas production
averaged 100 kboe/d, over a developed and undeveloped acreage of 30,769 square kilometers
(7,722 square kilometers net to Eni).
The company has a stake in a total of 41 mining leases, Eni being the operator in 11 of these.
Eni’s upstream operations in Nigeria are regulated by different types of contracts - Production Sharing Contracts, Concession Contracts and, in the case of two of its leases, Service Contracts where Eni acts as contractor to Nigerian state-owned companies.
Eni in Nigeria operates in the offshore areas of the Niger Delta through its subsidiaries Agip Energy and Natural Resources (AENR) and Nigerian Agip Exploration (NAE). While AENR operates in the shallow water areas offshore, NAE operates in deep and ultra-deep waters.
Eni operates in the onshore areas of the Niger Delta through its oldest subsidiary, Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC). Overall, NAOC’s extensive trunkline and pipeline network span more than 3,000 km across the Niger Delta. NAOC’s production assets include 11 flow stations, 2 Gas Plants, 1 Oil Center and 1 Export Terminal..