Overview

In detail:

  • the countries, around the world, in which Eni has conducted community development projects
  • areas in which Eni is active (health, education, socio-economic empowerment)
  • data on community investments in the last three years

Our approach in the countries in which we operate has always been based on integration and cooperation. The projects we promote are aimed at community development and involve local players and drive the growth of society.

Our projects for community empowerment

The macro sectors of intervention in which Eni invests significantly concern the protection and promotion of health, often closely linked to access to basic health services, clean water and health hygiene and nutrition awareness, access to primary and secondary education and the socio-economic empowerment, with particular attention to the issues of the exploitation of women in society, access to power and resources.


Community investment
(€ million)201320142015
Interventions on the territory based on agreements, conventions and PSAs by type 57.570 67.406 73.680
- training/professional coaching 13.527 7.699 6.598
- environment 9.164  17.823 6.46
- culture 1.713 1.727 9.466
- training and education 5.384 5.057 4.407
- health (community health) 2.931 3.57 7.203
- infrastructure development 15.176 20.717 28.916
- socio-economic development 5.792 6.451 4.798
- relationships with communities 2.332 2.455 3.509
- access to energy 1.551 1.907 2.323


The overall spending in interventions for the territory deriving from agreements and conventions (Community Investment) in 2015 amounts to approximately 74 million euros, an increase over 2014, of which approximately 95% in the upstream activities sector. Investment in the African continent remains high with a total of 27.54 million euros, of which 78% in Sub-Saharan Africa (21.59 million euros).

2015 recorded an increase in eni’s commitment, mainly due to the restarting of activities in Libya in the sector of community health and infrastructures and in Kazakhstan for cultural initiatives linked to Expo 2017 in Astana based on the theme "Future energy". The change recorded in the environmental sector is due to the timing of contractual obligations with local institutions in Italy.

Spending for the territory

Spending for the territory
(€ million)201320142015
Total spending for the territory 100.547 95.851 96.650
- of which interventions on the territory deriving from agreements. conventions and PSAs 57.57 67.406 73.68(*)
- of which concessions related to initiatives to benefit the territory 0.813 0.419 0.434
- of which membership fees for associations 1.800 1.859 1.621
- of which contributions to Eni Foundation(a) 10.000 - 6
- of which sponsorships for the territory 26.469 22.272 11.375
- of which contributions to the Eni Enrico Mattei Foundation 3.895 3.895 3.54

 

(a) In 2012 and 2014, based on the financial requirements relating to the implementation of projects, Eni Foundation did not request any contribution.
(*) net of the resettlement amount


In the section Eni in the world you can find out more about Eni’s presence in the territories and the sustainability projects involving the different countries.

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