Important notice 

Starting from 19 June 2018, most of the activities you are used to doing on this portal are migrated to the new Eni eSupplier portal:

On the new portal you will find a reserved area, whose access is regulated according to the instructions described in the email you received or in the instructions on the new portal itself.

In addition to what you are used to using here, new features are made gradually available to you and allow you to:

  • Access systems of interest with a unique log-in
  • Send your own application and check your own qualification status
  • Manage the application to qualification process
  • Manage the information for the purposes of anti-mafia checks
  • Access useful information and documents of interest
  • Exchange documents with digital signature
  • Use the service of electronic invoicing
  • Maintain some of your own Data
  • Manage Users and Profiles in a simplified way


If you are an internal user remember that the Qualification and Tenders Notices are published on The ongoing calls for tenders will remain published on e-Procurement until their expiry date.

To become an Eni supplier

To become an Eni supplier

From 19 June 2018, if you want to propose your application, access the following website:

The new Eni eSupplier Portal contains all the information available in e-Procurement and much more.

To be an Eni supplier

To be an Eni supplier

From 19 June 2018 access to the new Eni eSupplier Portal, already available at, to carry out operations that refer to new activities.

Continue to use this website for process already in progress, in accordance with the instructions received in the Bid Request.

Access to Orders Tenders and Auctions

e-Catalog, e-Tendering, e-Auction

Access to Centralized Services

Centralized services

Search in Suppliers

The e-Procurement uses several external resources to improve services. The suppliers’ selection process controls aspects, as well as economic, technical, planning and production, about job and health safety, quality, environment protection and international standard concerning job rights.
This section shows information about electronic biddings and electronic auctions published in news paper and company’s web site.Available suppliers features:

  • international standard concerning job rights
  • manuals about how to take part in biddings (electronic and traditional)
  • catalogue purchases manuals.

Search is easy: all documents have been splitted into three macro-areas: tender documents, Manuals and documentation.

Once in the interested area, select one Group’s Company in the list to see more details, related documents or download filling modules.