The development plan calls for an early production phase of 75,000 barrels of oil per day starting in late 2013, and a full phase of 240,000 barrels of oil per day in 2018, along with the construction of a new refinery on the coast, in Jose.
These proposals were presented, on behalf of Eni, by the Chairman Giuseppe Recchi and Corporate Affairs and Governance Senior Executive Vice President, Roberto Ulissi, who were joined by Lamberto Cardia and Massimo Capuano as external members of the Commission set up by Eni in order to evaluate the proposals.
The new activities will take place in the Western Desert, in the Mediterranean and in the Sinai, and will cover both exploration and development, through the drilling of additional wells and the acceleration of production from new discoveries.
Appaloosa production commenced on June 21, 2011 through a subsea development and a twenty-mile long flow line tied back to the Corral Platform (operated by Eni). The well is presently flowing at a rate of approximately 7,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day. This is the second Eni field producing on the Corral Platform, which in aggregate is now processing 46,600 gross barrels of oil equivalent per day (33,000 net to Eni).
The new Joint Italian Venture has as its mission the designing, building and managing of chemical plants using vegetable oil feedstock for the production of bio-chemicals (bio-plastics, bio-lubricants and bio-additives for elastomers)
Trans Gasleitung Austria GmbH is the company owning the transport rights for the Austrian section of the pipeline that connects Russia to Italy and that, in 2010, reported total revenues of 270 million euro.
The award was established in 2007 and over the years has become an international reference point for research in the fields of energy and the environment.
Eni owned lease interests in 333 blocks in the US Gulf of Mexico and is among the leading producers with a daily net production capacity in excess of 100,000 barrels of oil equivalent (60% operated)
The additional activities will take place in the Western Desert, in the Mediterranean and in the Sinai, and will cover both development, through the drilling of additional wells and the acceleration of production from new discoveries, and exploration, by drilling 12 exploratory wells.
The parties will evaluate the eventual acquisition by either party of participating interests in upstream projects for the development of both conventional and unconventional hydrocarbons. Moreover, the parties will evaluate the opportunity to participate jointly in projects in other African countries.
The Block Arguni I covers an area of 5,386 square km in the Bintuni Basin, a mainly gas prone, prolific hydrocarbon province, with several giant gas discoveries already in production.
Eni's Board of Director confirms the Manager charged with preparing the company's financial reports, the Executive Vice President of the Internal Auditing Department and the Officer in charge of internal controlAppointment of the members of the Watch Structure