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Exclusive: Italy's Snam seeks U.S. footprint with bid for Midwest gas pipeline - sources

07 Sep 2019

MILAN/LONDON/NEW YORK Italy's Snam is working on a bid for a stake in a $6 billion natural gas pipeline in the United States in what would be the gas group's first foray outside Europe, four sources told Reuters.

Enel kicks off sale of $1.1 billion Romania assets: sources

05 Sep 2019

MILAN/LONDON Europe's biggest utility Enel has kicked off the sale of its operations in Romania in a process led by French bank BNP Paribas and expected to value the assets at about 1 billion euros ($1.11 billion), sources told Reuters.

Italy's 5-Star, PD struggling to find deal on new govt ahead of deadline

25 Aug 2019

MILAN Italy's anti-establishment 5-Star party and the main centre-left opposition PD are struggling to break a logjam over who could lead a new government as a deadline to avoid early elections draws near.

EU countries agree to share out Ocean Viking migrants

24 Aug 2019

BRUSSELS/MILAN Six European Union countries have agreed to take in the 356 migrants stranded at sea for two weeks aboard the Ocean Viking rescue vessel, ending the latest standoff in the bloc over migration across the Mediterranean. | Video

Ocean Viking rescue ship awaits port access in latest migrant standoff

23 Aug 2019

MILAN Two charities running rescue missions in the Mediterranean Sea have said Italy has ignored requests to allow their ship to bring 356 migrants ashore, exposing Europe's latest failure to deal with African migration. | Video

Not so fast: valuation issue could put brake on Italy's broadband plans

02 Aug 2019

MILAN Italy's plans to create a unified broadband network are making only slow progress and risk being complicated by differences between the two state-controlled owners of Open Fiber over how much the infrastructure group is worth, sources said.

Not so fast: valuation issue could put brake on Italy's broadband plans

02 Aug 2019

MILAN, Aug 2 Italy's plans to create a unified broadband network are making only slow progress and risk being complicated by differences between the two state-controlled owners of Open Fiber over how much the infrastructure group is worth, sources said.

Salini working to resolve Natixis risk to Italian building deal

31 Jul 2019

ROME/MILAN Last minute efforts are under way to remove a hurdle posed by French bank Natixis to a plan by Salini Impregilo to create an Italian construction champion, sources close to the matter said.

Natixis role clouds plan to revive Italian building industry

30 Jul 2019

ROME/MILAN, July 30 The role of French bank Natixis is presenting a hurdle to efforts by Salini Impregilo to create an Italian construction champion, two sources close to the matter said.

Saipem draws up short list of partners for drilling business

25 Jul 2019

MILAN Italian oil services group Saipem has drawn up a short list of potential partners for its drilling business as it casts around for joint venture deals to help revive growth.

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