The field, which is Eni's first operated Arctic project, is 100% owned and operated by Eni with recoverable reserves estimated at 220 million barrels of oil. Nikaitchuq is expected to produce for over 30 years with peak production of 28,000 barrels of oil per day.
For the third year running, Eni ranks first in the European H&H Webranking Survey for online financial communications
This award represents a further step for Eni in strengthening its presence in Angola and reinforces its commitment to deepwater developments. The technological complexity of these frontier projects requires specific skills and expertise which are key factors in the company’s success.
Eni and Petrochina sign Memorandum of Understanding to develop business opportunities in China and abroad
This memorandum represents a step forward in Eni's strategy to strengthen its presence in the Far East, a very prospective and attractive region in terms of upstream opportunities and a favourable market
In relation to today’s reports on possible discussions between Eni and Petroleo Brasileiro S.A – Petrobras for the disposal of Eni’s share in Galp Energia, Eni confirms that it is evaluating a number of options including opportunities with Petroleo Brasileiro S.A – Petrobras.