Eni: Saipem Begins Work on Blue Stream

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11 February, 2000

Eni, through Saipem, its engineering and contracting company, announces that it has begun work on the underwater section of the Blue Stream project.

Blue Stream Pipeline Company BV, the Joint Venture established on an equal basis between Gazprom and Eni, has authorized the Consortium, which includes Saipem S.p.A., Bouygues Offshore S.A., Katran-K and Japanese pipe suppliers Mitsui & Co., Sumitomo Corp. and Itochu Corp., to begin work on a number of key activities already included in the Contract signed on 23 November, 1999.

These preliminary activities are: detailed onshore and offshore engineering, execution of underwater surveys along sections of the pipeline route, finalization and field testing of special equipment required for pipe-laying operations by Saipem 7000.

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