Eni’s activities and sustainability projects Eni around the world
Eni operates in the Ivory Coast in the Upstream activities.
Eni operates in South Africa in the Upstream sector
The O&G industry in the country is still in its infancy, but it is already helping to fill some of the gaps by means of social intervention.
Eni has been operating in Algeria Since 1981, mainly in the Upstream and Gas & LNG Marketing and Power sectors.
Eni’s activities in Angola are managed by the Upstream sector in conventional and deep-water offshore areas.
Eni has been operating in Egypt since 1954, mainly in the Upstream and Gas & LNG Marketing and Power sectors.
Eni’s activities in Gabon are concentrated in the Upstream and in the Refining & Marketing/Chemicals sectors.
Our presence in Ghana are concentrated in theUpstream sector.
Eni operates in Kenya with upstream activities, with offshore operations in the waters of the Lamu Basin.
Eni’s activities in Liberia are concentrated in the Upstream sector.
Eni operates in Libya with Upstream and Gas & LNG Marketing and Power activities. Currently activities are conducted in the Mediterranean Sea.
The presence of Eni in the country is concentrated in offshore activities.
Eni is present in Mozambique with offshore activities in the Upstream sector.
Eni has been operating in Nigeria since 1092, with both offshore and onshore activities in the Upstream sector.
Eni has been operating Tunisia since 1961 in the Upstream, Gas & LNG Power and Marketing, and Refining & Marketing sectors.
Eni’s activities in Congo are focused in the Exploration & Production sector in conventional and deep offshore and onshore areas.
Enrico Mattei was the first to believe in cooperation and integration. Also today they are key elements in Eni’s presence in Congo.
In Angola we support the local economy, the sustainable development of the community and we safeguard the environment.
Eni Ghana investments for development are driven by People, Business Integration, Resilience and Sustainability.
Sustainability is a key issue for us in Libya from the protection of the artistic heritage to health.