Company

Trans Tunisian Pipeline Company was created with the aim of ensuring the transportation of natural gas of Algerian origin from the border between Tunisia and Algeria, near the Oued Saf-Saf, to the Tunisian coast, near Cap Bon, where the TTPC transportation system connects to the TMPC submarine pipeline. MISSION

TTPC is owned (100%) by the integrated energy company Eni S.p.a. and it has the main purpose to transport the Algerian gas to the italian market.
Eni is an integrated energy company with around 33,000 employees in 67 countries globally. It operates in the oil and natural gas exploration, development and extraction industries in 46 countries, trades in the oil, natural gas, LNG and electricity sectors in 30 countries and sells fuels and lubricants in 32 countries.
Investing in technology and knowledge has enabled Eni to achieve one of the fastest times to market in its sector, as well as one of the lowest break-even points. From upstream operations to renewables, downstream operations to natural gas, the circular economy to asset management, Eni has managed to differentiate, strengthen and integrate each of its businesses thanks to an operating model that systematises all of its operations.

History

Trans Tunisian Pipeline Company is the company established by Eni in order to finance the Tunisian section of the transportation system that connects the Algerian natural gas reservoirs to Italy. The pipeline entered into operation in 1983.

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Corporate Responsibility

Corporate Responsibility

Trans Tunisian Pipeline Company’s Corporate Responsibility is expressed in: the values of Eni Code of Ethics; the full compliance with the applicable laws and regulations; the constant commitment to promote and develop the professional skills of its employees; the behaviour and commitment that all personnel assume and promote day by day in the performance of their work.

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Organization Chart

The outline shows our management divided by different areas of competence.

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