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Disclosure

23 Mar 2022

Author:
Eni

Eni response

...Eni has suspended the stipulation of new contracts related to the procurement of oil and oil products from Russia and it will fully honor every decision taken by the European and Italian institutions...

Consistently with the reduced activities, Eni's staff in the country is composed by just a few people. Most of the expatriate resources returned to their home countries (Italy) while local resources remained in service. Continuous contact was ensured with all of them through the line structures to which the subsidiaries of Eni SpA in Russia refer. The HR functions also ensured contact with resources of Ukrainian and Russian nationality who operate in other countries and companies controlled by Eni SpA...

In addition, within its human rights due diligence process, Eni performs ad-hoc screening on its potential business partners aimed at scrutinizing them on their eventual involvement in human rights violations. Detailed information on the overarching approach to human rights are reported in our annual report “Eni for human rights”...

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