The company will send the LNG from the Bontang terminal in Indonesia to CPC Corp in Taiwan via the Yung Ang receiving terminal on the island.
The cargo will be offset through the retirement of nature-based credits.
Specifically, these credits are sourced from two REDD+ projects.
One project is from in Zambia and the other one is in Malawi.
Additionally, the cargo will be certified as carbon-neutral according to the international PAS2060 standard.
The company said in a statement:
- This is a milestone transaction for Eni, which shows how the company is moving forward in its decarbonization strategy while creating value for its LNG portfolio through own equity projects
- Eni’s long-term strategy aims to achieve full carbon neutrality in its products and operations by 2050, with intermediate reduction targets of Net Lifecycle GHG Emissions of 25% by 2030 and 65% by 2040 vs. 2018