2003 – 50 days like this.Back to the timeline
February - Eni celebrated its 50th anniversary.
February – The Blue Stream gas pipeline came on line, the joint venture between the Russian company Gazprom and Eni built to transport gas across the Black Sea from the Krasnodar region in the south of Russia to the Turkish capital of Ankara.
March – The purchase of the Norwegian company Fortum Petroleum As (now called Eni Norge As) was completed, as part of a plan by Eni to increase hydrocarbon production in Norway by 40%.
April – Production started from the Woollybutt oilfield in Australia.
May – In the United Kingdom, hydrocarbons were discovered in Block 29/5b, situated in the central area of Graben in the British part of the North Sea.
July – Eni purchased 50% of the Spanish company Uniòn Fenosa Gas, operating in the supply and marketing of natural gas and the electricity sectors in Spain.
August – Work started on laying the Greenstream underwater gas pipeline situated between Mellitah, on the Libyan coast, and Gela, in Sicily.
October – A joint venture was set up with the Nigerian state-owned NNPC to construct a new natural gas liquefaction plant at the Brass terminal, in the Niger Delta.
Work began on the construction of natural gas-fired, combined-cycle power stations on the sites at Brindisi, Ferrera Erbognone, Mantova and Ravenna.