Our Take: Where East Beats West

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Eni’s postponement of the IPO of its Plenitude unit shows that Western energy firms are once again struggling to tap equity markets, as the economic upheaval driven by the war in Ukraine shutters what had looked to be a window for companies to pull forward value. Energy Intelligence sees continued difficulties for offerings on large Western exchanges but listings in other markets, particularly those in the Middle East, could continue to provide monetization opportunities for national oil companies (NOCs).

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