CAIRO (AP) — Italian oil giant Eni SpA says it has signed a memorandum with Libya's rebels to restart a key pipeline that carries natural gas from the North African nation to Italy.
Eni said Monday that both it and the Benghazi, Libya-based National Transitional Council — the rebel government — are pushing ahead to create "conditions for a rapid and complete recovery of Eni's activities in Libya" and to restarting the Greenstream pipeline.
Eni also said it will send a cargo of refined fuels and will help assess the state of Libya's oil infrastructure after the six-month civil war pitting the rebels against forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.
The Italian firm was the largest foreign producer in Libya before the start of the fighting.Read more on NewsOK.com
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