Italian multinational Eni S.p.A is headquartered in Rome and was the largest industrial company in Italy, by market capitalization, in 2013. The government of Italy owns 30.3% golden share in this oil and gas company that was founded in the February of 1953. Though the company operates in all major sectors of the oil and gas industry like energy, mining, chemicals, nuclear power and contracting, it has also ventured into the hospitality industry, textile industry and even news.
An acronym of Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi, the name Eni translates to national hydrocarbons authority. Fortune Global 500 ranked the company 10th in its list of the largest oil and gas companies in the world, according to their revenue. The company operates globally, from 79 countries and is recognized worldwide for its sustainably efforts. In 2012, Eni was listed on the FTSE4Good Index for the sixth year in a row and was also listed on the Carbon Performance Leadership Index the same year. Eni is the only FTSE company with a triple E recognition in Standard Ethics.
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