Tagged With Eni
Iraq stares into revenue abyss
26 March 2020
Plummeting oil prices and stagnant production have thrown government finances into chaos
Libya oil port shutdown drags on
20 March 2020
A swift resolution to the blockade looks unlikely as fighting continues in Tripoli and the UN searches for a new mediator
Mexico discovery strengthens Eni portfolio
21 February 2020
European firm returns oil from block acquired in landmark bidding round. But progress towards first production at Zama faces renewed uncertainty
Bahrain’s gas plans remain in flux
13 February 2020
Completion of an import terminal has not ended the kingdom's gas dilemmas
Map: Libya's conflict
16 January 2020
This regularly updated map shows the ongoing conflict among rival factions seeking control of the territory and oil of Libya
Conflict threatens Libyan oil sector’s long-term stability
27 December 2019
Civil war endangers the state-owned oil company’s ability to maintain crude production and threatens the collapse of the entire sector
Eni targets LNG portfolio expansion
14 November 2019
The Italian oil and gas firm is aiming to grow despite a challenging market
Zohr soars, Nour not sure
30 August 2019
Eni has said nothing, but early optimism about the extent of the Nour gas discovery has faded
Oman's gas drive goes up a gear
9 August 2019
Success in the country's first major non-associated gas project, and continued pent-up demand, are propelling efforts to increase output
Italy imposes offshore exploration moratorium
26 March 2019
The industry’s future hangs in the balance as the government considers a new energy transition strategy
Adnoc joins the trading party
5 March 2019
The Middle Eastern NOC’s new trading venture adds to the oil market’s evolution, and potentially to the pressure on middlemen
Egypt's gas paradox
28 February 2019
Importing gas may seem counterintuitive, but a deal to do just that is part of the country's gas renaissance
Egypt's gas gold rush
28 February 2019
February's oil and gas conference in Cairo attracted firms from around the world for one simple reason: Egypt's gas sector is booming
Eni and Shell face new Nigeria action
20 February 2019
The two firms have received harsh criticism from an Italian judge and now await UK court proceedings
Arrests could hamper Mozambique LNG funding
12 February 2019
The impoverished country still faces scrutiny over its ability to handle multi-billion-dollar projects
Libya's stepping stone to normality
18 January 2019
Eni leads a return to oil exploration in Libya for the first time since the 2011 Arab Spring revolution
Militant conflict to constrain Libya's oil resurgence
10 January 2019
The oil recovery will continue, if the civil war and political spats allow it
Reaping the rewards of Egypt's reforms
7 January 2019
Soaring natural gas production and a tourism revival paint a positive economic picture for Egypt
East Med rides the waves
13 December 2018
Egypt, Israel and Cyprus all saw progress in their ambitions to develop the prodigious East Med basin in 2018
Exploration Company of the Year
28 November 2018
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One step forward, two back in Libya
5 October 2018
An IS attack on the Tripoli HQ of Libya’s battered oil industry has presented the sector with its sternest test yet
NLNG's race for Train 7
14 September 2018
Nigeria LNG CEO Tony Attah says timing is critical to the success of its planned Train 7 project
Ades announces major rig expansion plan
10 September 2018
The Egyptian firm, while benefiting from the country's own upstream boom, is moving into new markets
Cabo Delgado attacks threaten gas developments
27 July 2018
Oil firms have slowed work on new Mozambican export projects due to security concerns
Myanmar faces energy crossroads
20 July 2018
Huge potential in the country’s energy sector faces equally sizeable challenges
Kazakhstan wakes to hydrocarbon promise
4 July 2018
After years of foot-dragging and energy policy flip-flopping, Kazakhstan is putting its oil and gas aspirations back on track