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Eni refining and oil products summary

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17 January 2017

Eni refining and oil products summary

Report summary

Eni's refining and marketing business continued to suffer from low profitability in 2015. The latest financial results show shifts from what previously were profitable divisions to now loss making divisions. The company has followed a downstream strategy of retreating to its core Italian market, divesting all fuels marketing businesses and refining stakes held in Eastern European markets. In addition, Eni is restructuring its Italian refineries, with at least two becoming bio-refineries and a further two planned to become storage terminals. A new chief executive hopes to succeed where his predecessors have failed to rationalise and increase profitability, and further downstream divestment remains a distinct possibility.

Table of contents

    • SWOT Analysis
    • Refining and marketing focus on profit improvement
    • Downstream retreats to its Italian heartland
    • although Italian assets have not been immune to rationalisation
    • Fuels marketing remains challenging
  • Financials
    • Refining
    • Marketing
    • Supply/Demand
  • Mergers and acquisitions

Tables and charts

This report includes 10 images and tables including:

  • Adjusted net profit by business segment
  • Capex by business segment
  • European refining & marketing operations
  • End 2015 European refinery capacity by country(kb/sd)
  • End 2015 service stations by country
  • Mergers and acquisitions: Table 1
  • Executive summary: Table 1
  • Total Company Position
  • Refining and oil products: Table 1
  • Supply Area A - Italy/ Switzerland/ France

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