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Eni is a publicly listed integrated oil and gas company headquartered in Italy. In 2020, it had USD 14.58 billion in revenue and a reported 31,000 employees*. Eni is one of the seven oil majors. Although it has ambitious plans to decarbonise, grow its low-carbon businesses and reduce hydrocarbon production in the medium term, it views gas as a long-term transition fuel and aims to increase the gas share in its fuel mix to 90% by 2050.

Ranking position
#4 /100
Total score
43.6 /100
Performance score
7.3 /20
Narrative Score
Trend Score
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Performance module name Performance module score Rank (0-100)


81.1 /100 #1

Material Investment

6.3 /100 #53

Intangible Investment

17.1 /100 #8

Sold products

6.4 /100 #24


72.4 /100 #1

Supplier Engagement

62.5 /100 #4

Client Engagement

50.0 /100 #6

Policy Engagement

45.0 /100 #12

Business Model

35.0 /100 #6

Leading practices

Risks and opportunities


Eni receives a trend score of =. If the company were reassessed in the near future, its score would likely remain the same. The company’s short-term scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions intensity trajectories suggest it is not on track to deliver the rate of emissions reduction required by its 1.5°C pathway. Despite ambitious emissions reduction targets and aims to reduce hydrocarbon production in in the medium term, the company intends to increase total production up to 2025. However, Eni’s low-carbon transition plan aims to significantly ramp up renewable energy generation, sustainable biofuel production, and develop a number of CCS projects.

Progress towards the Paris Agreement

See results for

  1. 2023

More about the company

Rome, Italy
Group revenue
EUR 11.94 billion (USD 14.58 billion)
Ownership structure
Publicly listed
Number of employees
Scope of activity