With trouble after trouble, ENI forced to shut down wells
ENI's Congolese production has taken a nosedive in recent weeks. [...]
The boss of Total since 2014, Patrick Pouyanne, is investing anew in Africa which his predecessor, Christophe de Margerie, somewhat abandoned, leaving the French group's rival Italian major, ENI, plenty of room to expand.Strong push on Congo-K.
Anadarko and ENI, which respectively operate block 1 and 4 with combined reserves of 180 TCF, appear to have been working together for the past few weeks rather than one against the other. Mozambique’s government, represented by its mines and [.