San Donato Milanese (Milan), 27 November 2012 – Today at 5:30pm in the cinema hall of the Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Exhibition Hall) (Via Milano 9a, Rome) Eni present its history through the book “When memory speaks. The accounts and memories of the men and women of Eni‘, which is the third volume of the series, “Documents from the Historical Archives.‘
The publication is a collection of stories of the lives of the pioneers and veterans of Eni who participated in the “When memory speaks‘ contest, organized by APVE, the Association of the Pioneers and Veterans of Eni.
On the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Eni’s founder, Enrico Mattei, the book depicts how his values - sustainability, respect, cooperation and dialogue - have characterized the entire work of Eni’s men and women worldwide.
To learn more about their stories, it will be possible to visit the exhibition “Black on White‘ (with free admission during the presentation), which is also held at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni. The exhibition presents Eni and part of its recent past which focuses on research and exploration, presented through a sequence of words and images that run along the white walls like the pages of a travel diary.
To take part in the presentation, advance booking is required. Please write to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In line with Enrico Mattei’s vision, at Eni, culture is still seen as a good way for this great energy company to understand and supportthe social and cultural fabric of the countries in which it operates. Establishing itself as an enterprise that acts for the area’s development is the main objective of each project: to promote access to culture as a valuable means to supportthe growth of the whole company.