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Payments made by Eni to governments of Producing Countries that subscribe to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)

Countries Year (a) Local currency Amounts in local currency
(thousands)
Amounts in US$
(thousands)
Total amount in US$
(thousands)
Norway 2011 NOK 9,406,804 - 1,680,133
Profit Taxes (b) 9,309,843 1,890 1,662,815
Fees (c) 88,200 4,725 15,753
Other significant benefits to government agreed by MSWG 8,761 1,565
Nigeria 2011 - 1,650,573 1,650,573
Profit Taxes (b) 1,073,957 1,073,957
Royalties 488,050 488,050
Fees (c) 305 305
Other significant benefits to government agreed by MSWG 88,261 88,261
East Timor 2011 - 401,269 401,269
Host government’s production entitlement (e.g. profit oil) 205,826 205,826
Profit Taxes (b) 169,821 169,821
Royalties 2,757 2,757
Fees (c) 410 410
Other significant benefits to government agreed by MSWG 22,455 22,455
Kazakhstan 2011 KZT 9,432,211 1,194,496 1,258,822
Host government’s production entitlement (e.g. profit oil) 417,705 417,705
Profit Taxes (b) 953,183 723,850 730,351
Bonuses (d) 52,941 52,941
Other significant benefits to government agreed by MSWG 8,479,028 57,826
Republic of Congo (e) 2011 CFA 7,017,103 96,625 111,515
Profit Taxes (b) 7,005,503 14,866
Other significant benefits to government agreed by MSWG 11,600 96,625 96,649
Mozambique 2010 MZN 55,325 450 2,129
Profit Taxes (b) 50,117 1,521
Other significant benefits to government agreed by MSWG 5,209 450 608
Iraq 2010 43,750 43,750
Bonuses (d) 43,750 43,750
Togo 2011 XOF 1,107,796 500 2,851
Profit Taxes (b) 1,107,796 2,351
Other significant benefits to government agreed by MSWG 500 500
Gabon 2010 - 25 25
Fees (c) 25 25
  1. Last local financial year in which the data is referenced and in which the EITI disclosure has been made.
  2. Corporate tax-other tax on income/profit or production e.g. petroleum revenue tax.
  3. On licence, rental and any consideration for licence and or concessions.
  4. Signature, discovery and production bonus.
  5. In addition to the amount shown in the table, some of the transfers made by Eni to the Congo government is in “kind” for a total of 16,860 kboe that refer to the profit oil share and to royalties attributable to the Republic of Congo as well as marketing agreements existing between Eni, the Republic of Congo and SNPC (Societe Nationale du Petrole du Congo).

In 2012, Eni continued to participate in reconciliation and publication of payments made to producer Countries adhering to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI).

The table above shows the data on payments made by Eni and included in the latest EITI Report published in the respective Countries.

For the Republic of the Congo, the EITI Report records non material variances between the values declared by the Country and those declared by Eni. The table shows the value declared by Eni.

For Iraq, the 2010 EITI Report also includes purchases of crude oil made by Eni Trading and Shipping SpA. For these purchases, Eni Trading and Shipping paid an amount equal to 1,610,480,285.13 USD in 2010.

Eni also takes an active part in the local multi-stakeholder EITI working groups, either directly or through participation in trade associations. Again in 2012 Eni contributed financially to the functioning of the EITI Secretariat.

Royalties paid by Eni in Italy in the 2010-2012 period

(€ thousand) 2010 2011 2012
Royalties paid (a) 142,228 203,886 237,517
- of which to State 64,465 97,682 96,948
- of which to Regions 62,052 83,730 109,949
- of which to Basilicata 35,440 53,516 77,255
- of which to Municipalities 15,711 22,474 30,619
  1. The data include EniMed, Società Adriatica Idrocarburi and Società Ionica Gas.

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Branches
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Company share capital
€ 4.005.358.876,00 paid up.

Rome Company Register
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