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Eni is currently present in Germany with the activities of Refining & Marketing and Petrochemicals.


Refining & Marketing

Eni Deutschland GmbH is a 100% subsidiary of Eni and one of the leading mineral oil companies in Germany. It operates in the areas of crude oil purchasing and processing and mineral oil product sales. The crude oil is processed at the refineries Bayernoil Raffineriegesellschaft mbH and PCK Raffinerie GmbH. Mineral oil products are sold through the Agip Service-Station network, wholesale business and direct sales.
Eni Schmiertechnik GmbH, a 100% subsidiary of Eni Deutschland GmbH, is committed to the production and sale of a wide range of lubricants.


Versalis Deutschland GmbH manages the production and marketing of a wide portfolio of petrochemical products.
Corporate Ethics and Corporate Governance
When formulating its corporate governance system, integrity and transparency were the key principles on which Eni focused and the system is structured in accordance with applicable legal and specific regulations, as well as with the Bye-laws, the Code of Ethics, and the recommendations outlined in the Corporate Governance Code of Listed Companies, as well as internal regulations and best practice throughout the sector.

Code of Ethics
Social responsibility is an essential component of the Eni group's self-image and the way it acts. The group's aim has always been to combine competitiveness with sustainability.
This is a challenge in which the company strives to achieve lasting growth, innovation and economic success. At the same time, Eni places great emphasis on improving quality of life, developing working standards, protecting human rights and promoting environmentally friendly development. In so doing, it demonstrates its ability to integrate itself into various cultures and fields.
This investment in the competitiveness and future of the company is based on Eni's code of ethics, as well as high standards with respect to the way the company is managed in accordance with national and international laws and agreements.
Eni understands the links between energy supply, progress and the environment, as well as the vision of a world that is open to the needs of everyone. It has been a pioneer in meeting these major challenges which shape our society and its sustainable development. The goals that have already been achieved and the recognition the company has received confirm the efficacy of this model and its future viability.
Against this background and in the interest of reinforcing our commitment, Eni has developed an Organisational, Management and Control Model (also called Model 231) that ensures Eni's compliance with the Italian legislative decree 231 of 8 June 2001 and prevents misconduct related to the administrative liability of the company as sanctioned by this legislation. Subsequently, Eni's single companies in Germany adopted the model according to local and structural conditions. In front of this background and to reinforce its own consistent commitment in this sense, Eni has developed a Code of Ethics, which has been a fundamental component of the previous organizational, management and control model (Model 231). Effective at the end of March 2018, the Eni Code of Ethics replaces Model 231 of Eni Deutschland and Eni Schmiertechnik in an updated form and reflects the fundamental values ​​of Eni as an independent, central document.

- Eni's code of ethics  Eni Deutschland pdf
- Eni's code of ethics  Eni Schmiertechnik pdf
- Eni Guidelines on the protection and promotion of human rights pdf

Anti-Corruption and Whistleblowing
Eni considers corruption to be an intolerable obstacle to business efficiency and fair competition. To this end, Eni considers ethical integrity, full respect of the law and regulations and fairness to be constant commitments of all of its personnel.
In November 2009, to implement this commitment in the business, the company voluntarily extended its compliance program to the risks of corruption by adopting the Anti-Corruption Guidelines and their Ancillary Procedures.
Furthermore, Eni’s Whistleblowing reporting channel allows employees, members of corporate bodies or third parties to forward (including confidentially and/or anonymously) complaints relating to problems in the internal control system (compliance with law and corporate policies, guidelines or procedures, fraud involving corporate assets, financial reporting, administrative liability of the Company, etc.) or other violations of the Code of Ethics (issues involving ethical conduct, mobbing, harassment, conflicts relating to human resource management, etc.).

- MSG Anti-Corruption pdf
- Annex E:   Whistleblowing Reports received (including anonymously) by Eni SpA and by its subsidiaries in Italy and abroad pdf

Commitment to Sustainability
Sustainability is an integral part of the history and culture of Eni. It is the driving force for a process of continuous improvement and cuts across all areas of the company, guaranteeing the sustainability of results over time and strengthening the process of development and valorization. This commitment is reflected in Eni's principles, guidelines and management decisions which characterize and shape the way it operates. This promotes creativity and innovation with the aim of establishing a culture of sustainability and strengthening the trust of stakeholders.

Quality, Occupational Health and Safety Management
Eni Deutschland GmbH strives to achieve a continuous improvement in performance and is committed in all business activities to sustainable and future-oriented development. It is an obligation that is reflected in the company's mission and the deriving HSE-Policy and is aimed at continually expanding assets and developing those aspects relevant to people, society and the environment.
Both documents are in accordance with the central policies of the Eni-Group, which emphasize the integrity, transparency, propriety and efficiency of all processes.
Therefor Eni Deutschland and Eni Schmiertechnik are certified since many years according to DIN EN ISO 9001 and BS OHSAS 18001.

- Mission of Eni Deutschland pdf
- HSE Policy of Eni Deutschland pdf
- HSE Policy of Eni Schmiertechnik pdf

The new Eni: creating value through energy transition

The Strategy we presented on 28 February 2020 consists of the Long-Term Strategic Plan to 2050 and the 2020-2023 Action Plan. In general, we have designed a strategy that mixes economic and environmental sustainability. This will enable Eni to be leader in the market, to which it will supply strongly decarbonised energy products, actively contributing to the energy transition process. 

A new form of energy through innovation and sustainability

The principles guiding our journey will remain the same: promoting the UN’s sustainable development objectives – a fundamental aspect of our mission – and maintaining a solid financial position, which will still underpin all our decisions.
The strategy is a blueprint for Eni’s evolution over the next 30 years. It envisions a business enhanced by the increasing use of renewables, focused on the circular economy and based on targets for reducing our carbon footprint in line with the aims of the Paris Agreement – the commitment signed by 195 countries to reduce emissions and fight climate change.
Over the course of this evolution, which will be based on sustainability, proprietary technologies, innovation, flexibility and the resilience of company assets, Eni seeks to play an active role in the energy transition process as well as take advantage of new opportunities to develop and improve efficiency

Refining & Marketing

The main medium/long-term strategic guidelines are as follows: • expansion of bio-refining capacity to over 5 million tonnes per year, supplied exclusively with 2nd and 3rd generation "palm-oil free" feedstocks, in target areas such as the Far and Middle East, Europe for biojet fuel production and the United States; • progressive conversion of traditional Italian refining sites through new plants for production of hydrogen, methanol, biomethane and products from recycling of waste materials; • in the long-term, the Ruwais refinery in the United Arab Emirates will be the only traditional refinery in operation, capitalising on its optimal location and operational efficiency; • gradual evolution of product mix sold in retail outlets, reaching 100% decarbonised products by 2050; • Increase of additional services offer to improve margins and enhance customer loyalty. 8 In line with the medium-long term strategy, the 2020-2023 Action Plan has the following objectives: • consolidation and integration of traditional refining activities with Ruwais refinery reaching full potential including contribution from trading activities; • continued diversification through investments in biorefining. Our bioprocessing capacity will be 1 million tonnes by 2023 and palm-oil free; • development of circular economy initiatives for the production of hydrogen and methanol from the recycling of waste materials and from castor oil, both new feedstocks for biorefining; • European marketing consolidation favouring high-margin segments and further development of non-oil services in retail; • increased offer of alternative fuels and development of sustainable mobility. These actions will make it possible to achieve a cumulative organic free cash flow of € 2.6 billion over the period 2020-2023.


Long Term Strategic Plan to 2050 Presentation and Press Release: click here
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