Eni Fact Sheet, September 2011


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Eni Fact Sheet, September 2011

  1. 1. eni.com FACT SHEETEni is one of the most important integrated energycompanies in the world operating in the oil andgas, electricity generation and sale,petrochemicals, oilfield services construction andengineering industries. In these businesses it hasa strong edge and leading international marketposition.Eni is active in 79 countries with a staff of 80,000employees.Eni’ commitment for sustainable development isfocused on making the most of its people,contributing to the development and wellbeing ofthe communities with which the Company works,protecting the environment, investing intechnological innovation and energy efficiency, aswell as mitigating the risks of climate change. Non Executive IndipendentExecutive BoArd oF dirECTorS STATuTory AudiTorS Chairman Chairman Giuseppe Recchi Ugo Marinelli Chief Executive Officer Paolo Scaroni Auditors Directors Roberto Ferranti Carlo Cesare Gatto Paolo Fumagalli Alessandro Lorenzi Renato Righetti Paolo Marchioni Giorgio Silva Roberto Petri Substitute Auditors Alessandro Profumo Mario Resca Francesco Bilotti Francesco Taranto Maurizio Lauri CHiEF opErATing oFFiCErS rEprESEnTATivE oF THE CorTE dEi ConTi (CourT oF THE AudiTorS) Exploration & Production Division Raffaele Squitieri Claudio Descalzi Gas & Power Division Substitute: Amedeo Federici Domenico Dispenza Refining & Marketing Division Angelo Fanelli External Auditors: PricewaterhouseCooper S.p.A.Results 2010 Results for the Second Quarter and the First Half of 2011• Operating profit: €6.32 billion • Adjusted operating profit: €9.1 billion in the first half (up 8%); €4 billion in the quarter(down 3%).• Dividend: €1.00 per share • Adjusted net profit: €3.63 billion in the first half (up 4%); €1.44 billion in the quarter (down 14%).• Net sales from operations: €98.523 billion • Cash flow: €8.6 billion in the first half; €4.41 billion in the quarter.• Cash flow: €14.694 billion • Oil and gas production affected by the prolonged crisis in Libya: down by 15% for the second quarter to• Market capitalization: €59,2 billion 1.489 mmboe/d (down by 12% for the first half). When excluding the impact of the production loss in Libya and price effects, the decline was 2% for the quarter (down by 1% for the first half).• Oil and natural gas production: 1.815 kboe/d • Gas sales: up by 9% for the second quarter to 21 bcm (up by 7% in the first half).• Natural gas sales: 97.06 bcm Last updated on September 1, 2011
  2. 2. eni.comShareholder structure Dividend performance DIVIDEND 1.30 1.30 1.25 (euro per share) 60% Various share- 1.1 holders 1.0 1.0* 30% Public holding 0.9 0.75 0.75 0.75 10% Eni treasury shares 0.424 0.362 0.289 0.31 0,289 0,31 0,222 0.248 0.222 0,248 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2010 * On May 5th 2011, the Annual General Meeting of the Shareholders approved the distribution of a cash dividend of €1 per share (€1 in 2009), of which €0.50 paid as an Interim dividend in September 2010. The Final dividend of €0.50 per share was paid on May 26th 2011, with ex-dividend date on May 23rd 2011.Historical Steps• 1926 - Establishment of AGIP (Azienda Generale Italiana Petroli)• 1952 - The “six-legged dog” becomes the symbol of Agip• 1953 - Eni (Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi) is established• 1992 - The law is passed to transform Eni into a joint stock company• 1995 - Initial public offering of Eni shares on the stock market• 1996 - In October, another 16% of the Company’s share capital was placed on the market• 1997 - The third placement took place in June, when approximately 18% of the Company’s share capital was placed on market• 1998 - June saw the fourth offering, with a further 14% of the Company’s share capital placed• In February 2001 a placement operation on 5% of the company’s share capital was carried out among institutional investorsContactsinvestor.relations@eni.comPiazza Vanoni, 1 - 20097San Donato Milanese (MI) - Italiatel.: +39 02 52 05 16 51Camilla Palladino - Investor Relations Senior Vice PresidentIf you are a Private Investor you can receivemore information by calling the toll free number:from Italy: 800 94 09 24from outside Italy : 800 11 22 34 56the Toll-Free Number must be precededby the International Access Code (+).You can also write at the following e-mail address:segreteriasocietaria.azionisti@eni.com Last updated on September 1, 2011