Italian giant Eni and France’s TotalEnergies have made another “significant gas discovery” in Block 6 offshore Cyprus, the Cypriot Energy Ministry said Wednesday. It is the third such discovery from the consortium
Cypriot Energy Minister Natasa Pilides said Tuesday that a new gas find off Cyprus would help the EU member state speed up the commercial exploitation of its untapped resources and help supply
Italian oil and gas giant Eni and its French partner TotalEnergies have made a significant gas discovery at the Cronos-1 well in Block 6, offshore Cyprus. This discovery follows the Calypso-1 discovery
The Italian-French consortium Eni-Total has commenced new exploratory drilling for natural gas at Cronos-1 within Block 6 of Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone, the Energy Ministry announced. The ministry said the Tungsten Explorer
Energy consortium Eni-Total next drill venture in Cyprus’ Exclusive Economic Zone will probably take place in May as soon as the drilling rig completes its work in Egypt, Energy Minister Natasa Pilides said Thursday.
Italian energy giant Eni, with interests in seven offshore gasfields around Cyprus, on Friday said it returned to net profit last year, boosted by soaring oil prices that brought better-than-expected fourth-quarter results.