Sustainability and portfolio developments
Developed a training program in the field of human rights for staff, in particular employed in the security area, at Eni’s subsidiaries in Indonesia and Algeria. The activities involved totally approximately 200 employees in the Jakarta and Borneo area, as well as Algeri. This Eni’s program is a part of a multi-year project presented at Global Compact Leaders Summit in September 2013.
- In 2013 the community investment amounted to €53 million (€59 million in 2012). Eni’s commitment to “access to energy” progresses in Congo and Nigeria.
- Achieved start-up of the accelerated early production of the giant Junin 5 oil field (Eni’s interest 40%) in the Orinoco Belt, with 35 bbbl of certified heavy oil in place. Early production of the first phase is expected to reach a plateau of 75 kbbl/d by the end of 2015.
- In line with production plans, in addition to the above mentioned Junin 5, the MLE-CAFC (Eni’s interest 75%) and El Merk (Eni’s interest 12.25%) fields in Algeria, the liquefaction plant Angola LNG (Eni’s interest 13.6%) and other projects in Egypt, Nigeria, Norway and the United Kingdom have been started-up as well as 7 main FIDs were sanctioned. The start-up of new fields and continuing production ramp-ups contributed with 140 kboe/day of new production.
- Eni invested €8,580 in the completion of the important projects (up by 3.3% compared to 2012), particularly in Norway, the United States, Angola, Congo, Italia, Nigeria, Kazakhstan, Egypt and the United Kingdom.
- In 2013, the overall expenditure in R&D activities in the E&P Division was €87 million (€94 million in 2012).