Eni 'counts cost' of Statoil gas bill

Price complaint: Eni chief executive Paulo Scaroni

Eni has lost between €2 billion and  €3 billion ($2.7 billion and $4 billion) under a gas supply contract with Norway’s Statoil whereby it is required to pay a premium of around 50% over market prices, according to chief executive Paulo Scaroni.


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