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Italy's Eni gives up two shale gas exploration licenses in Poland
January 15, 2014   
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Italian fuel group Eni let two of its three licenses for shale gas exploration in Poland expire, the Environment Ministry's spokesperson Pawel Mikusek said on Tuesday.

"Eni . . . did not extend two out of three concessions held [Mlynary and Malbork in northern Poland], so the concessions expired," Mikusek told PAP Polish news agency. "The third concession - Elblag - is still valid."

A number of foreign E&E companies have withdrawn from exploration works in Poland before, including Exxon, Talisman and Marathon Oil.

The announcement follows Tuesday press reports to the same effect.
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