Eni finalizes acquisition of Neptune


United Kingdom – Eni has recently finalized the acquisition of Neptune Energy Group Limited, marking a significant milestone in the company’s strategic vision for the future of energy.

The transaction, which was first announced in June 2023, underscores Eni’s commitment to providing the market and its customers with affordable, secure, and low-carbon energy solutions, anchored by natural gas.

At the core of Eni’s acquisition strategy is the goal of enhancing its portfolio with assets that offer both quality and low carbon intensity. By integrating Neptune’s assets, Eni gains access to a diverse range of high-quality assets, including participation in the Eni-operated Geng North-1 gas discovery offshore Indonesia.

Eni’s focus on natural gas as a cornerstone of its energy strategy aligns with its broader commitment to sustainability and decarbonization. The company views carbon capture and storage (CCS) as a crucial component of its decarbonization efforts, and the acquisition of Neptune presents new opportunities for CCS initiatives, particularly in Norway and the Netherlands. Leveraging advanced technologies and operational expertise, Eni aims to maximize the efficiency and environmental sustainability of its energy production activities.

Sustainable energy future

The acquisition of Neptune Energy holds the potential to significantly impact Eni’s global footprint and operational capabilities. By consolidating its position in key markets such as North Africa and Northern Europe, Eni aims to enhance its competitiveness and resilience in an evolving energy landscape. Furthermore, the integration of Neptune’s assets provides Eni with a broader platform to pursue innovative solutions for low-carbon energy production, driving forward its vision for a sustainable energy future.

As Eni moves forward with the integration of Neptune Energy into its operations, the company remains steadfast in its commitment to advancing the transition to a low-carbon energy future.

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