Oil majors BP and Eni move towards a closer African embrace

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Issue 440 - 10 Jun 2021 - By James Gavin | 8 minute read

Italy’s Eni seems gradually to be swallowing up BP’s African assets, with potential deals in Algeria and Angola building on a close relationship forged also in Egypt, Libya and Mozambique. These deals may be a sign of a deeper shake-out as European majors adapt to the demands of energy transition, writes James Gavin.

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