Eni S.p.A. is the largest Italian oil and gas company with headquarters in Rome. The main producing regions are Africa, Russia, and Kazakhstan, the main market outlet in Italy and other European countries. The company is ranked 65th in the Fortune Global 500 list as of 2016. Eni carries on its business in over 80 countries around the world. Recoverable hydrocarbon reserves are estimated over 7.49 billion barrels of oil equivalent (Barrel of Oil Equivalent, BOE), of which 3.884 billion barrels are under development. The company owns a filling station chain (with a grand total of 5622 in Europe as of 2016 while the share in the Italian market is 24.3%), the Enipower generating company; has refining capacities (4 petroleum processing plants in Italy and 2 in Germany). Owns TTPC gas pipeline (connects Algerian oil fields with the Mediterranean coast through the territory of Tunisia) and TMPC (connects Algeria with Italy under the Mediterranean Sea). The company is also a joint holder of the Greenstream gas pipeline, which supplies Libyan natural gas to Europe (mainly to Italy) and the Blue Stream, which provides a supply of Russian gas to the Turkish market. The market share of liquefied gas in Italy is 17.5%, Ecuador - 38%. The market share of greasing substances in Italy is 21%, worldwide - 0,6%. The main assets of the company are Extraction and production (oil and natural gas production as well as gas liquefaction); Gas and power sector - transportation and sales of natural gas (a liquefied gas including) and electrical energy; Processing and sales - transportation, processing and marketing of oil and petroleum material. As of 2017 Company's income increased by 20% (against 2016) and hit € 66.921 billion. Eni's net profit as of 2017 was € 3.427 billion against dead loss a year earlier.
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