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Eni: further forensic investigations confirm no illegal conduct in acquisition of Opl 245 licence

28 February 2017 - 8:14 PM CET
 

Rome, 28 February 2017 – Eni’s Board of Directors today takes note of the outcome of further forensic investigations into the 2011 transaction between Eni and Shell and the Nigerian Government for the acquisition of the OPL 245 licence in Nigeria. The investigations were conducted by an independent US law firm. They were commissioned by Eni’s Board of Statutory Auditors and Watch Structure.

The investigations examined the new materials and further information filed by the Milan prosecutors as part of the closure of the investigation in December 2016. The law firm confirms the conclusions reached by previous investigations in 2015, stating that there is no evidence of corrupt conduct in relation to the transaction.

Eni’s Board of Directors confirmed its total confidence that neither the Company or its CEO Claudio Descalzi were involved in alleged illecit conduct under investigation.

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