The agreement we have just signed enables two large energy companies to join forces to find viable solutions to the greenhouse gas effect. Eni and Enel together will offer Italy their best technological capabilities to put in place an effective and safe system for capturing and sequestrating carbon dioxideEni, Enel sign carbon-capture deal Feb 22, 2008
We signed two contracts in 2000 and 2001 to develop two fields in Iran ... The way that they have to pay us is to give us crudeEni SpA continues Iranian imports Nov 24, 2010
Paolo Scaroni, born on 28 November 1946 in Vicenza, Italy, is chief executive officer of Italian energy company Eni SpA.
In 1969, Scaroni graduated from Bocconi University of Milan in the field of economics. In 1973 he obtained an MBA from Columbia Business School.
In 1969, Scaroni joined Chevron Corporation for three years. After obtaining MBA, Scaroni was an associate at McKinsey & Company. In 1973, he joined Saint-Gobain, where he held different positions, culminating with his appointment as president of flat glass division. In 1985, he was appointed to the post of CEO of Techint. In 1996, he moved to the United Kingdom to become Chief Executive Officer of Pilkington.