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March

03/23/2007 | What’s Going On |

NIGERIA, TWO AGIP TECHNICIANS FREED

Francesco Arena and Damiano Cosma Russo, the two Agip technicians kidnapped on Dec. 7 (see SN p. 4, 2007, p. 3) in Nigeria and held by the Niger Delta rebels for more than three months as prisoners in the southern Nigerian forest, have been freed. The two appeared to be in good health and said that they had been treated very well by the militia. A ...


03/23/2007 | What’s Going On |

EMISSIONS BOURSE IN ITALY BEGINS APRIL 2

Italy too will have an emissions bourse. This is to implement EU directive 2003/87/CE, which sets up a community-wide system for exchanging CO2 emission quotas (EU ETS) through national markets for buying and selling emission rights to support reduction of polluting emissions. The bourse is joint fr ...


03/23/2007 | What’s Going On |

TO OUR READERS:

Chief Editor Giorgio Carlevaro has now concluded his second period of service to Staffetta, where, in only a year and a half, his experience and skill have effected a process of deep renewal. Thanks to him, Staffetta now can count on a group of young journalists who are very united, very motivated, ...


03/16/2007 | What’s Going On |

BOTTIGLIERI GETS 4 AFRAMAX TANKERS IN CHINA AND JAPAN

Bottiglieri di Navigazione of Torre del Greco (Naples) has announced, in addition to the company's name change to “Rizzo-Bottiglieri-De Carlini”, conclusion of agreements which entail construction, by the end of 2011, of four “Aframax product tankers” of 110,000 tons each and three merchant ships fo ...


03/08/2007 | What’s Going On |

CHARLES FORTE, A GREAT FRIEND OF MATTEI (BY GIUSEPPE ACCORINTI)

Charles Forte has died in London at the age of 98 years. The Italian entrepreneur was very successful in England beginning in the 1950s, and he had a special relation with Enrico Mattei, which was created when Eni's chairman lived in the Hotel Eden in Rome in Via Boncompagni. Mattei and Forte were ...


February

02/15/2007 | What’s Going On |

ENEA, PAGANETTO PRESIDENT

The Council of Ministers has given a definitive green light to Luigi Paganetto's nomination as president of Enea. Paganetto, formerly head of the economics department of the Tor Vergata university f Rome, was made special commissioner for Enea in July 2005, after all the top brass were fired by the ...


02/08/2007 | What’s Going On |

NIGERIA, KIDNAPPED TECHNICIANS FEEL “TIRED AND ABANDONED”

“We are tired and we feel abandoned”, say the Italian hostages Francesco Arena and Cosma Russo, kidnapped two months ago in Nigeria. The two Agip employees, along with the Lebanese technician Imad Saliba, are being held by Mend, the movement for the emancipation of the Niger delta (see SN n. 47, 200 ...


02/08/2007 | What’s Going On |

TAR COURT ON JET FUEL, KUPIT TO SEEK RECOURSE AT COUNCIL OF STATE

“Being conscious of having never participated in any cartel and believing that it has offered ample proof of this to the court”, Kuwait Petroleum Italia states that it learned with surprise the negative result of the judgment of the Tar Lazio administrative court, which did not annul the ruling of t ...


02/01/2007 | What’s Going On |

JET FUEL, COURT CONFIRMS FINES

The Lazio administrative court has confirmed the 315.4mn euro total for fines imposed by the Antitrust Authority last June on Eni, Esso, Kupit, Shell, Shell Italia Aviazione, Tamoil and Total for restricting competition in supplying jet-fuel. The judges of section I accepted the recourse brought by ...


January

01/25/2007 | What’s Going On |

NIGERIA, ONE OF THREE ITALIAN HOSTAGES LIBERATED

Roberto Dieghi was liberated in the middle of last week. He was one of three Italian hostages taken on Dec. 7 by Mend, the movement for the emancipation of the Niger Delta. At first it seemed that his release was a result of his poor health, but Mend then specified that it resulted from negotiations ...


01/19/2007 | What’s Going On |

ITALIAN AND UK AUTHORITIES THE TOP IN EUROPE

The Italian and British energy authorities are at the top in Europe for transparency, efficiency, and impartiality, according to an analysis comparing twelve European countries. The investigation conducted by a pool of investment banks including Citigroup, UBS/Investment Bank, Credit Suisse/First Bo ...


01/05/2007 | What’s Going On |

75 YEARS

This issue of Staffetta marks the beginning of our 75th year of publishing. This is an important milestone for any newspaper; in our case, it is linked to the unusual fact that our publisher has never changed. In a period marked by great political and economic upheaval, Staffetta has remained an ind ...




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