Eni’s business model targets long-term value creation by delivering on profitability and growth, efficiency, operational excellence and handling operational risks of its businesses.
Eni identifies as main challenge of the energy industry the balance between the maximization of the access to energy and the fight against the climate change, which necessarily involves a change in the energy mix, through the reduction of carbon footprint.
The answer of Eni to this challenge is the integrated strategy that combines financial strength with social and environmental sustainability, articulated on the following critical success factors: i) the cooperation and development model relating to the Countries in which Eni operates. Eni’s commitment is addressed to the energy production for domestic market, the diffusion of the access to energy and diversification of the energy mix; ii) the operating model able to minimize risks and the social and environmental impacts of the activities; iii) a clear and defined strategy of decarbonization.
The environmental conservation and relationships with local communities, the fight against the climate change, the preservation of health and safety of people working in Eni and with Eni, the respect of human rights, ethics and transparency represent the fundamental values which address the use of Eni’s distinctive assets.
In the following page, the table provides details about our distinctive assets, analyzed on the basis of financial, operational, environmental, technological, human, social and relational dimensions, in order to identify the related quantitative parameters (KPIs). These KPIs allow a continuous monitoring of the target achievement and the identification of the intervention areas by pursuing the strategic guidelines that allow, in an increasingly complex scenario, to optimize and anticipate the value creation.
The benefits for the company and stakeholders are highlighted as result of the use of our assets and their related connections.