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Khant Thaw Htoo is a young engineer who works in Eni's Sakura Tower office in the heart of Yangon. As an HSE engineer, he monitors the safety and environmental impact of onshore and offshore operations. He also looks out for his parents' well-being, in keeping with Myanmar's traditions.

Learn more about Khant in the final episode of the Faces of Eni series, which focuses on Eni's employees around the world.

Empathy and listening are key to establishing harmonious relationships, as demonstrated by Callista Azogu, GM of Human Resources & Organization for Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC), an Eni subsidiary in Abuja. "To build trust is very difficult. To destroy it is very easy," says Callista, whose busy days involve everything from personnel issues to union relationships. She sees great potential for her native Nigeria not only because of the country's natural resources, but because of its vibrant and creative people.

Learn more about Callista in this episode of Faces of Eni.

Meet Mattia Campanati, Operations Director of Eni's natural gas field in Zohr, Egypt. Though today he oversees the production and maintenance of the 2.8km long field, his 20 years at Eni have not always been as glamorous. Mattia started as a maintenance worker, tasked with checking valves and pipes. Late in his life, he decided to pursue a degree and for several years split his time between his studies and late night shifts at Eni. Though a risky and challenging career change, his electrotechnical engineering degree proved worthwhile as he now travels the world doing what he loves most.

Hear Mattia's inspiring story on the latest episode of Faces of Eni.

From small town life in Irpinia, Italy to traveling to another continent more than 40 times a year, Daniela Morra can proudly say she is a citizen of the world. As a civil engineer and Eni's Chef de Site, Daniela travels between Congo, Egypt, and Milan every few weeks. While in Congo, she leads a team of 300, overseeing the maintenance and production of the plant, taking care of people's safety, and responding to the most dangerous of situations. For her, the dynamism of travel gives her energy. She finds herself always on the move, aiming towards new goals and being open to change.

Learn more about her nomadic lifestyle on the most recent episode of Faces of Eni.

Meet Ian Martin, an English Professor from Glasgow who is now head of Communications for Eni's International Resources. Approaching his work in the same way he used to hold his lectures, Ian is dedicated to listening and making people around him comfortable. Having working in both Milan and London, Ian utilizes his ability to communicate in different languages and cultures to prepare Eni's global messaging strategy. "Communication is a transfer of humanity," he says, and his job is as much centered around people as it as around language.

Watch Ian's human approach to communications on the most recent episode of Faces of Eni.

Knowing the secrets of the Earth requires a great deal of exploration and intellectual curiosity. Fit for this job is geologist Giuseppe Valenti, Eni's Senior Vice President, whose role is to explore below the Earth's surface and understand the history, movements and age of each single grain of sand. Today, he is able to go underground without leaving the office thanks to new technologies and advanced x-rays that relay real-time data. Though working in the lab is distinctly different from his past adventures traveling the world, Giuseppe is not nostalgic for the past. He says he will always be Indiana Jones in spirit.

Watch the latest Faces of Eni episode to learn more about Giuseppe's inspirational life.

Leading with balance

Meet Claudia Prati, Head of Eni's Refinery in Taranto. Often described as an acrobat skilled at juggling her work and private life, Claudia is a chemical engineer who manages an integrated operational structure and leads a team of 84 colleagues. Making the radical change from project, office-based work to an operations, refinery-based job in a new city, Claudia has had to confront her fears and build confidence.

Watch the latest Faces of Eni episode to learn more about how Claudia strikes a work-life balance.

Meet Alessandra Cominetti, a recipient of MIT Technology Review Magazine's Innovators Under 35 award. As a lab technician at Eni's Research Centre for Renewable Energy in Novara, Alessandra has devoted her career to finding new solutions and materials to optimize solar energy. Much like the serendipitous encounter that resulted in her employment, her eagerness and willingness to try new things allowed her to stumble upon a material for the creation of portable solar panels.

Watch her remarkable story on the latest episode of Faces of Eni.


Leading with balance