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Eni

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US researchers develop coatings to prevent pipeline hydrate clogging 18 April 2017

Researchers at MIT have developed a coating that could stop the buildup of hydrate ices that slow or block oil and gas flow, according to a press release from the US university. These hydrates are potentially explosive and are largely responsible for the initial failure to contain the oil spill that rocked the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. ...

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Massive fire at ENI refinery in northern Italy blankets surrounding area in smoke cloud 02 December 2016

A fire broke out at the Sannazzaro de' Burgondi refinery near Pavia just before 4pm local time on December 1. The refinery, owned by Italy's national oil company, ENI, is one of the biggest in Italy. The company said nobody was injured and there had not been an explosion, but local media reported an eight km-long cloud of black smoke over the area and said that local authorities were monitoring air quality....

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Three killed in Nigeria pipeline explosion 28 March 2016

Three people were killed and several wounded when an oil pipeline belonging to Italy's ENI exploded during repair works in Nigeria's southern Delta region, according to a Reuters report which quoted Nigerian environmental group Environmental Rights Action (ERA)....

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Twelve killed in Nigeria pipeline explosion 13 July 2015

Twelve people died and three were injured in an explosion on July 9 during repair work on a pipeline in Bayelsa state operated by the local subsidiary of Italian oil company Eni. According to local reports, the victims worked on a maintenance team for a local service company, repairing damage caused “by acts of sabotage” on the Tebidaba-Clough Creek pipeline....

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News Extra: Kazakh minister says new pipelines for Kashagan to cost more than $3bln 01 December 2014

In early November, Kazakh First Deputy Energy Minister Uzakbai Karabalin said the cost of replacing corroded pipelines at Kashagan, already the world's most expensive oil project, would be more than $3 billion. Production at the field, which lies in the Caspian Sea off Kazakhstan, started in September last year but was halted a few weeks later after the discovery of gas leaks in the $50 billion project's pipeline network. ...

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New pipelines for Kashagan to cost up to $3.6 bln 13 October 2014

The Kazakh Energy Ministry has put the cost of replacing corroded pipelines at Kashagan, already the world's most expensive oil project, at between $1.6 billion and $3.6 billion.Production at the field, which lies in the Caspian Sea off Kazakhstan, started in September last year but was halted a few weeks later after the discovery of gas leaks in the $50 billion project's pipeline network. ...

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Eni says Kashagan project unlikely to restart in 2015 06 May 2014

Claudio Descalzi, CEO-designate of Italian oil major Eni, told analysts in a conference call on April 29 the group was not counting on any production from Kazakhstan's huge Kashagan oilfield this year or possibly next, due to faulty welding in 200km of pipelines which resulted in widespread leaks when the project went live briefly last year....

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News Extra: Problems worsen for Kashagan oil consortium 02 April 2014

The consortium developing Kazakhstan's huge Kashagan oilfield lodged an appeal in March against a 134.2 billion tenge ($737 million) fine by the local regional Kazakh authority for ecological damage at the site in the Caspian Sea. The fine adds to the long list of problems facing the North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC) consortium developing the oilfield....

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Kashagan oil consortium appeals against $737m fine 19 March 2014

According to a Reuters report, the consortium developing Kazakhstan's huge Kashagan oilfield has lodged an appeal against a 134.2 billion tenge ($737 million) fine by the local regional Kazakh authority for ecological damage at the site in the Caspian Sea. The fine adds to the long list of problems facing the North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC) consortium developing the oilfield....

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Case study: Remote emergency shutdown device on an oil production platform 12 February 2014

Updated government regulations created a need for a major international oil and gas company to install a direct, real-time communications link at a platform located off the coast of Louisiana in the Gulf of Mexico. This article by Jim McConahay of Moore Industries International and Richard Conway of ENI Petroleum examine the problems faced, the system selected and the advantages of the new system....

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