Tagged With Eni
Oil flows and deep-water hope for Timor Leste
11 October 2011
Eni is primed to pump 40,000 barrels a day of oil offshore Timor Leste, after starting production from its Kitan oilfield in the Timor Sea
Libya turmoil looms over Eni as shares slump
31 March 2011
With 12% of the company's output coming from Libya, shares in Eni slumped. But the outlook for Italy's national champion is not as bad as it seems
Angola takes pre-salt plunge with licensing offer
24 February 2011
Angola is to award 11 deep-water areas, all said to have potential for pre-salt oil, in the country's first large licensing offer since 2005
Eni and PetroChina join forces
27 January 2011
Shale-gas deal may see asset sale
Eni enters Poland’s shale-gas race
16 December 2010
Six-well shale-gas drilling programme in 2011; Baltic basin ‘highly prospective’ says Eni
Karachaganak group will sell stake to state
19 August 2010
Shareholders in Karachaganak Petroleum Operating (KPO), the last foreign-only consortium running a large project in Kazakhstan, will cede 10% of the project to the state.
Eni bets on risky plays for growth
29 July 2010
Eni is banking on production growth in countries such as Iraq, Venezuela and Kazakhstan where it is suffering both political and technical problems. A 2.5% annual output increase to 2013 looks optimistic, writes NJ Watson
Mozambique: Gas discovery with first deep-water well
6 April 2010
The discovery is likely to prompt operators to begin drilling before expiry of their licences
Gas discovery with Mozambique's first deep-water well
12 March 2010
The first deep-water well drilled offshore Mozambique has come in as a substantial gas discovery for Anadarko
Uganda: Eni pounces on Lake Albert oil
4 January 2010
Eni makes bid to purchase Heritage
Iraqi oil awards signal brighter upstream future
1 December 2009
After the award of three large upstream contracts, Iraq's prospects as an oil producer are looking much brighter
North Sea: still attractive for some
1 October 2009
Difficult times have led heavyweight operators to review their North Sea portfolios, but there is no shortage of buyers for their assets, Martin Quinlan writes
Gas – and Gazprom
1 October 2008
With its vast untapped gas reserves and proximity to European markets, the new investment-welcoming Libya is top destination for Europe's big gas companies. Hence the chill in the air after Gazprom went public with its plans for the country, Martin Quinlan writes
Eni: Looking to bounce back
1 May 2008
If it is to achieve its ambitions, Eni must restore its reputation as a company capable of managing big projects
Banking on high oil prices
1 June 2005
High oil prices have been a boon for banks, as well as for energy firms. There has been a resurgence in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity, global project finance volumes are at their highest level since 2000 and energy trading is back in vogue, writes NJ Watson
Who's next?
1 May 2005