We have had a presence in Nigeria since 1962, when the Nigerian Agip Oil Co. Ltd (NAOC) was founded, and currently operate in the country’s Exploration & Production sector.
Offices & contacts
Naoc-Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited
No. 40/42 Aguiyi Ironsi Street
Federal Capital Territory
(+234) (0) 9 4611900 - 6
No. 1 Elsie Femi Pearse Street
Naoc New Base
Mile 4 Ikwerre Road
Port Harcourt Rivers State
(+234) (0) 84 465010 - 9
Eni expresses its disappointment at the false and misleading information broadcast by the Report programme
Meanwhile, the judgement on the Nigerian affair and the non-involvement of Eni managers in corrupt acts is handed down.
A publication describing our alliance with the FAO for water access, helping to mitigate the effects of the climate crisis in the country.
If OPL 245 is not converted into a mining licence, Nigeria will be deprived of a considerable source of income. The ICSID is intervening.
The deal, together with the one for 1.1 million tonnes of LNG executed last December between Eni and NLNG, allows Eni to increase its global LNG portfolio starting from 2021 and to support further the development of its presence in the main destination markets worldwide.
This development will increase the annual production capacity to more than 30 milliontonnes per year (Mtpa) from the current 22.5 Mtpa.