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About

History

Competitors

About

History

Competitors

Eni is an Italian oil and gas company founded in 1926 by Nobel laureate, Luigi Razza. It went public on the Milan Stock Exchange in 1942 and is a constituent of the Italy 40 index. The company operates in 66 countries across the world, working closely with business partners to ensure access to resources and energy for millions of customers. As of 2022, its market cap is €45.68 billion, making it one of the largest oil and gas companies in Europe.

It has a global presence with operations across Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas. With such a strong foothold in the industry, Eni is well-positioned to offer innovative solutions to meet future energy needs. Investor-wise, it’s a sound option given the company’s long-standing reputation and reliable finances. Moreover, as one of the oldest oil and gas companies in Europe, Eni is a reliable and trusted name with a strong track record.

ENI has seen its share price oscillate between its highest of €26.90 in Jun 2007 and its lowest of €6.44 in October 2020. This was due to a combination of internal events such as the Covid-19 pandemic, and external events such as oil price changes.

Looking further ahead to 2023, ENI has plans to expand its activities and increase the range of services it offers. The company is aiming to become a fully integrated energy company with interests in electricity, natural gas, renewables and more. With fuel prices expected to remain low for the foreseeable future, this could prove advantageous for investors over the long-term. Investors should also keep a close eye on the company’s financial performance, as well as any new developments or announcements that could affect the share price.

Eni is a large integrated oil and gas company, with competitors such as Royal Dutch Shell, BP, Total and Chevron. All of these companies have similar operations in the exploration & production, refining & marketing, Gas & Power and Retail sectors. The company's share price is currently trading at around €17 per share, with a dividend yield of 6.49%.

When compared to its competitors, ENI has some key strengths and weaknesses. It offers competitively priced energy products in the market, which helps it gain an edge over its rivals. On the other hand, its production costs are higher than those of some other large oil and gas companies. In addition, its reliance on production in politically unstable countries may present a risk to the company's operations. ENI is also heavily reliant on natural resources, which may be affected by environmental regulations or changes in global demand.

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