Eni is an integrated energy company with more than 30,000 employees in 69 countries around the world. In 2020, the company launched a new strategy, further accelerated in the following years, that will enable it to reach the target of zero net emissions by 2050 and to provide a variety of fully decarbonized products, combining environmental and financial sustainability, focusing on the technological leadership that has been built up over years of research and innovation. Among the main levers for taking the path towards decarbonization are the merger of renewables, retail and e-mobility businesses into Plenitude and the recent incorporation of Eni Sustainable Mobility, the company into which bio-refining, biomethane, and the sale of mobility products and services have converged. To speed up the transition, these levers were complemented by the listings of Vår Energi and Energy One and the establishment of Azule, a joint venture with BP in Angola. In addition to the new business models, Eni's strategy is also based on the synergy with stakeholders and the development of proprietary and breakthrough technologies to meet the challenge of decarbonization. Eni aspires to contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations 2030 Agenda, supporting a just energy transition that meets the challenge of climate change with concrete and economically sustainable solutions by promoting efficient and sustainable access to energy resources, for all.