From Ecuador and Ghana, to China and Indonesia — the Italian energy conglomerate has its fingerprints on a balanced mix of potentially lucrative discoveries across the globe. By leveraging organic growth in the Americas, Western Africa and Central Asia, Eni expects to deliver more than 2.5 percent compounded average growth in production through 2014 — under a Brent scenario at $70 per barrel.
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