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The Eni New Energy unit starts work, focusing on renewable energy.
February – The launch ceremony for the floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel "John Agyekum Kufuor" is held in Singapore, before it sails to the Sankofa-Gye Nyame field offshore of Ghana for the Offshore Cape Three Points (OCTP) project.
April – The new supercomputer HPC3 is launched at the Green Data Center to support Eni’s work in the Exploration & Production sector. The supercomputer, alongside the existing HPC2 system, provides Eni with a total effective computational capacity of 5.8 petaflops per second, with a peak capacity of 8.4 Pflop/s.
20 April – The Eni Foundation celebrates its 10th birthday.
May - The Fondo Ambiente Italiano (FAI or Italian National Trust) and Eni agree a partnership to develop the Conte Vecchi salt fields a few miles from Cagliari, combining industry with the historical and environmental importance of the working site.
May - Production at the two Jangkrik Complex gas fields begins, with a time-to-market from the investment decision date of just three-and-a-half years .
11 May - During an event entitled Eni con l’Italia, Claudio Descalzi announces that the company is setting aside €21 billion over the next four years to transform all sectors of the business, from Upstream through to Refining & Chemicals, focusing on low-carbon technology and increased energy efficiency.
17 May - The Eni-Conoe agreement, signed to transform used plant oils into high-quality biofuels, creates a beneficial "circular economy".
July – Eni's Board of Directors creates an Advisory Board made up of international experts in the energy sector to analyse major geopolitical, technological and economic trends.
1 July - The retail company Eni gas e luce is created following its spin-off from Eni.
July-October – A large-scale experimental project is launched involving the use of Eni Diesel +, Eni's fuel with a 15 per cent renewable component, in Turin's buses.
October – The Eni Award, the "Nobel prize for Energy" founded by Eni, turns 10 years old.
November – A new integrated industrial complex for the production of elastomers is opened in Yeosu, South Korea, as part of Eni's strategy to relaunch its chemical production on an international scale.
21 November – Eni and FCA sign an agreement for the joint development of research projects and technological applications to reduce CO2 emissions in road transportation.
20 December – The Basilica di Santa Maria di Collemaggio in L'Aquila is returned to the city, fully restored following the serious damage it suffered in the earthquake of 2009. Eni provided financial support, organisational skills, advanced technology and its management skills developed through many years of working in a competitive global market.
20 December – Eni begins production at Zohr, the largest gas discovery ever made in the Mediterranean.