Eni collaborates with a network of ethically, professionally and environmentally reliable and sustainable suppliers, guaranteeing equal treatment through transparent, impartial, coherent and non-discriminatory behavior.
Discover the process through which Eni selects its partners:
In this phase the Vendor Management function will engage you to verify the skills and experiences that best represent the excellence of your company as potential new Eni’s supplier.
The activity will be carried out through a multidisciplinary team, provided with specific knowledge covering each topic analyzed, and will be aimed at verifying in detail your competencies and experiences relating to the Commodity Code you applied for.
Specific attention will be given to the analysis of your company’s ability to manage the risks associated with the complexity of the business and the HSE criticality of the Commodity Code you are applying for. This will be carried out not only through an in-depth desk analysis but also, when required, through targeted visits at your executive and production sites.
The qualification process will cover the following aspects:
The frequency index, which measures the number of accidents occurring per million hours worked, will be assessed according to the Eni reference thresholds updated annually and reported below:
Threshold FI 2023 – Italy: min 2.00 – max 7.50
Threshold FI 2023 – Other Countries: min 0.90 – max 1.80.
The qualification process is driven by Eni's desire to verify suppliers’ adherence to its reference values, stated in the Supplier Code of Conduct, that represents the essential pact to create sustainable value. together.
Among these, Eni takes in particular consideration the respect for human rights, such as the guarantee of freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining, the prevention of discrimination in the workplace, the insurance of congruous working hours and fair salaries, the prohibition of the use of child, forced and compulsory labor, the application of linear disciplinary procedures, all supported by management systems for social issues and shared through the publication of sustainability reports.
In line with the JUST (Join Us in a Sustainable Transition) initiative and with Eni's desire to involve its suppliers within the company's energy transition path, the qualification process will always be more and more focused on the sustainability performance of your company.
Eni believes that a just and sustainable transition must simultaneously guarantee:
These aspects are increasingly central to our corporate strategy and we want to engage players capable of developing best practices and supporting Eni in the energy industry’s transformation path.
At the end of the qualification process we will transparently notify you the outcome of the assessments carried out. When needed, we’ll also formulate recommendations with precise improvement actions, in order to stimulate you in the growth and development of experiences and skills, in line with market best practices.
To partially cover the internal expenses bore by Eni to carry out the Supplier Qualification and Development process, you will be asked for a contribution. The amount is calculated on the basis of the risk level of the Commodity Code you applied for (for details see here).
The outcome of the process, and your Qualification status in general, is available in the "My Qualifications" section of your Private Area.
If the Qualification process ends positively, you will become part of Eni Suppliers lists. From now on, you will be eligible for invitation to tenders, according to your business areas and requirements (note that applications and Qualification do not guarantee any commercial agreement with Eni).
The Qualification has a limited time validity!
Remember to periodically check it by accessing your Private Area in My Qualifications section. When the Qualification expires, Eni might or might not extend it, depending on business priorities.