Company commitments
International agreements
1950
1951
1952

The National Institute of Hydrocarbons issetupin February of 1953 with Law no. 136

1953

Creation of Metanopoli, an area dedicated to the work and welfare of eni’s people

1954
1955

Foundation of the international school for the study of hydrocarbons, which now offers the MEDEA Master’s degree

1956

The “Mattei Formula” is tried out with the first contract with Iran

1957
1958
1959

eni reduces the price of petrol to 100 Lire per litre

1960
1961

The first eni health centre is built
The first training centre for African personnel is set up in Venice

1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970

Tecneco, a company specializing in pollution prevention, is set up

1971
1972

The first hospitals are built in Saudi Arabia

1973
1974
1975
1976

Agreement on the installation of water systems in the Pantanal region

1977

The first research programme on energy and renewable sources

Agreement on social initiatives in Algeria

1978

The first round table on solar power at the Ministry of Industry

The first schools are built abroad

1979
1980
1981
1982
1983

eni and OAPEC sign a memorandum of understanding and collaboration agreement

1984
1985
1986
1987

A pilot agricultural company is set up in the El Borma desert

Agreement on environmental collaboration with the USSR

The first foyers culturelles for eni’s people are created in the Republic of the Congo

1988

FEEM, a centre for research on energy, the environment and the economy, is set up

Agreement on the planning of health facilities in the USSR

A maternity hospital is built in Armenia

1989

eni contributes to the foundation of theBusiness Council for Sustainable Development (BCSD)with 48 companies to take part in the Earth Summit in Rio in 1992

1990

The Enrico Mattei group medical practice is inaugurated in Kumairi

eni-UNICEF agreement on a programme of child vaccination and a plan of health education Agreement between eni and the UN High Commission for Refugees in Azerbaijan eni joins the Global Gas Flaring Reduction (GGFR) public-private partnership Joins the Caring for Climate initiative

1991

Participation in the United Nations Conference on the Environment and Development (Earth Summit)

1992
1993

eni is among the first European companies to establish a Code of Conduct

1994

The European Works Council (EWC) for eni workers is set up

1995

First report on Health, Safety and the Environment

1996
1997

The first solar panels are installed in the Republic of the Congo

1998

Joins IPIECA

1999

Agreement between eni and the UN High Commission for Refugees in Azerbaijan

2000

Joins the Global Compact of the United Nations

2001

Agreement on transnational industrial relations and on corporate social responsibility

Creation of the Corporate Social Responsibility function

2002

eni joins the Global Gas Flaring Reduction (GGFR) public-private partnership

2003
2004

Joins the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)

2005

The “Sustainability Project” is launched to define a model of sustainability

The sustainability unit is set up

First sustainability report

The eni foundation is created

2006

eni launches the first energy efficiency campaign, “eni30percent”, aimed at customers

Sustainability guidelines issued

Guidelines issued on the protection of human rights

Listed on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index and leadership in the sector

Listed on the FTSE4 Good Index

Listed on the CDP5 Climate Disclosure Leadership Index

Joins the Caring for Climate initiative

Joins the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)

The partnership with MIT in relation to renewable energy is created

2007

Code of Ethics and Model 231 issued

Sustainability MbO added

Human Rights Project launched

Declaration of the CEO in support of the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Begins collaborating with the Danish Institute for Human Rights

2008

eni awards launched

2009

Integrated Risk Management (IRM) system launched

2010

“eni in safety” project is created

Sustainability policy is issued

eni obtains the application level A+ as per the guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative

Joins the Global Compact LEAD programme

Supports the UN Sustainable Energy for All initiative

Joins the IIRC pilot programme

eni takes part in the first UN Global Compact Week

eni’s CEO speaks at the UN Private Sector Forum

Joins the Global Environment Management Initiative (GEMI)

2011

Listed on the Carbon Performance Leadership Index 2012

Eni in Basilicata is published

Participation at the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (RIO+20) and registration of a series of public undertakings

Participation in the UNEP Proteus 2012 initiative

Participation in the UN Sustainable Development Solution Network (SDSN)

As part of the SDSN eni leads the initiative “Energy for All in Sub-Saharan Africa”

2012

The “Sustainability Stakeholder Engagement and Community Relations” MSG is issued

Framework Agreement with the Earth Institute of the Columbia University

Collaboration agreement with Transparency International to come up with a Country Assessment methodology

eni is the official Expo 2015 partner for sustainable development in Africa

Renewal of the collaboration with the Danish Institute for Human Rights

2013
2014
2015

Historical overview of sustainability in eni