Eni launches an accelerated bookbuilding offer of Galp Energia's shares combined with an offer of bonds exchangeable into ordinary shares...
The acquisition provides 7,000 barrels of oil per day and important operational synergies with the nearby Nikaitchuq field.
This special issue of the magazine, entirely dedicated to the theme of sustainability, was presented today at a side event organised by Oil magazine, “Initiative for accessing sustainable energy”, in the Italian Pavilion in the Rio+20 area.
Venice, the capital of hydrogen: agreement signed between municipality, metropolitan city of Venice, Eni and Toyota
This afternoon in Mestre, as part of the events organised by Italy’s Japan Foundation for 'Japan Week', the Municipality and the Metropolitan City of Venice, Eni and Toyota signed an agreement to evaluate the construction of a hydrogen refuelling station in the Municipality of Venice.
Free admission to the exhibitions of the Triennale and the Triennale Design Museum for one year, for students studying the arts at the universities of Turin, Milan, Verona, and Bologna
Eni announces that the naming ceremony of the “John Agyekum Kufuor” floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel was held today in Singapore. The FPSO shall operate in Sankofa-Gye Nyame field in the Tano Basin, in Ghana’s offshore, for the Offshore Cape Three Points (OCTP) project. The vessel is expected to arrive in Ghana by April 2017.
With this agreement, Eni and Enel will develop an experimental programme for testing electric vehicle charging options via “special columns‘ with Enel technology, by means of a set of recharge points that will be installed at eni service stations as well as at a number of other Eni locations
Eni announces that has finalized a farm-in agreement with Total to acquire 50% Participating Interest of Block 11 Offshore Cyprus, Total remains the Operator of the Block.
Following the purchases announced today, considering the treasury shares already held, on 14 March 2014 Eni holds n. 20,138,980 shares equal to 0.55% of the share capital.