Eni saw the highest growth of 72% in patent filings in August and 106% in grants in July in Q3 2023. Compared to Q2 2023, Q3 2023 saw an increase in patent filings by 70% and grants by 106%. GlobalData’s DataBook provides a comprehensive analysis of Eni‘s patent filings and grants. Buy the databook here.

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Eni has been focused on protecting inventions in European Patent Office(EPO) with 20 publications in Q3 2023

The European Patent Office(EPO) Patent Office dominates the patent filings and grants with nearly 19% filings and 25% grants. The European Patent Office(EPO), United States(US), World Intellectual Property Organization(WIPO), and China(CN) patent Office are among the top ten patent offices where Eni is filings its patents. Among the top granted patent authorities, Eni has 25% of its grants in European Patent Office(EPO), 16% in China(CN), and 14% in United States(US).

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In terms of grant share, Eni stands in eighth position among its competitors. DSM-Firmenich and Novo Nordisk Foundation secured the top positions according to recent patent publication data.

Patents related to climate change and emissions reduction lead Eni's portfolio

Eni has the highest number of patents in climate change followed by, emissions reduction and renewable energy. For climate change, nearly 25% of patents were filed and 24% of patents were granted in Q3 2023.

Petrochemicals related patents lead Eni portfolio followed by solar pv, and refining

Eni has highest number of patents in petrochemicals followed by solar pv, refining, automobile batteries and biofuels. For petrochemicals, nearly 9% of patents were filed and 12% of patents were granted in Q3 2023.

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