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Russia, Germany to strengthen energy ties; Turkmenistan, Turkey to hold energy talks; Gazprom, ENI discuss South Stream progress

Eni, Enel sign carbon-capture deal

ROME, Feb. 22 (UPI) -- Italy's Eni and Enel said they signed a letter of intent to develop a joint feasibility study on the capture, transport and sequestration of carbon dioxide.

Italy's Eni raises production

MILAN, Italy, Feb. 1 (UPI) -- Italy's Eni SpA may hit 2 million barrels a day in 2008, Chief Executive Officer Paolo Scaroni said.

Analysis: Oil and Gas Pipeline Watch

Iran, Pakistan move to sign Peace Pipeline price; South Stream deal reached, puts Europe on edge and Nabucco in doubt
BEN LANDO, UPI Energy Editor

Eni near deal with Kazakhstan on Kashagan

ROME, Oct. 10 (UPI) -- Italy’s Eni is near an agreement with Kazakhstan on the Kashagan oil field, Chief Executive Officer Paolo Scaroni said.

UPI Energy Watch

Eni inks deal with Kazakhstan, ends spat; SOCAR acquires Azerbaijani segment of pipeline; Sakhalin Energy to build pipeline fault crossings
ANDREA MIHAILESCU

UPI Energy Watch

WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (UPI) -- Italy to get more gas in 2008
ANDREA MIHAILESCU, UPI Energy Correspondent

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Paolo Scaroni, born on 28 November 1946 in Vicenza, Italy, is chief executive officer of Italian energy company Eni SpA.

In 1969, Scaroni graduated from Bocconi University of Milan in the field of economics. In 1973 he obtained an MBA from Columbia Business School.

In 1969, Scaroni joined Chevron Corporation for three years. After obtaining MBA, Scaroni was an associate at McKinsey & Company. In 1973, he joined Saint-Gobain, where he held different positions, culminating with his appointment as president of flat glass division. In 1985, he was appointed to the post of CEO of Techint. In 1996, he moved to the United Kingdom to become Chief Executive Officer of Pilkington.

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