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15 May
Italian oil giant Eni has unveiled plans to increase the share of investments dedicated to new energy solutions up till 2040.
12 Apr
Eni, the Italian parent company to Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC), says the breach of its 24-inch gas line at Okaka in Yenagoa has temporarily crippled its gas export.
14 Mar
A blast has hit an oil pipeline run by Italian producer Eni in southern Nigeria, cutting some exports and causing a crude spill, its local operating company said on Monday.
1 Dec 2021
With the Federal Government able to retain about $8 billion of the $20.4 billion spent on some projects by oil firms between 2016 and 2021 through local content development
27 May 2021
Nigeria has signed an offshore oil deal with Shell, Exxon, Total and Eni, that the state says will generate millions, settle disputes and open the way to a $10 billion investment.
28 Aug 2019
Italian oil major Eni said Wednesday that Nigerian subsidiary Agip has found lots of gas and oil in an onshore facility in the Niger delta, raising potential output in Africa's leading oil exporter.
14 Dec 2018
The Federal Government yesterday filed a $1.1 billion lawsuit against Royal Dutch Shell and Eni at a commercial court in London, United Kingdom in connection with a 2011 oilfield deal.
27 Nov 2018
The Federal Government has lost an estimated $6 billion to the controversial Oil Prospecting Licence (OPL) 245 deal, according to a recent report...
20 Sep 2018
A Milan judge on Thursday sentenced two men to four years in prison in the first ruling of a corruption case involving oil giants Eni and Shell in Nigeria, a judicial source said. The judge also ordered the seizure of millions of dollars and Swiss francs from the pair, who acted as go-betweens in the…
14 May 2018
A trial for oil giants Eni and Shell over alleged kickbacks paid during the purchase of an offshore oilfield in Nigeria was Monday pushed back to 20 June awaiting a ruling on an appeal made by Shell.
21 Mar 2018
Following the Federal Government’s request to oil and  gas  firms to provide support in alleviating the sufferings of the victims of insurgency in the North  East  region of the country, Eni in partnership with the  Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) have drilled a photovoltaic powered boreholes for internally displaced persons (IDPs) and host communities in the North East.       The boreholes…
5 Mar 2018
Oil giants Eni and Shell go on trial in Milan on Monday, charged with bribery and corruption in the purchase of an offshore oilfield in Nigeria.

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