|Industry||Oil and gas|
|Founded||5 January 1952|
|Enrico Reggese (Chairman) |
Vittorio Poltavi (CEO)
|Products||Petroleum, natural gas, petroleum products|
|Total assets||₤Placeholder (2020)|
|Total equity||-₤Placeholder (2020)|
Number of employees
|Subsidiaries||CRI Energia & Gas|
CRI S.p.A. is a Salisfordian multinational oil and gas company headquartered in Savotta. Considered one of the largest oil companies in the world, it has operation in TBD with a market cap of ₤Placeholder. The Salisfordian government owns a 33.33% golden share in the company.
The name "CRI" was initially the acronym of "Compagnia Reale di Idrocarburi" (Royal Hydrocarbon Company).
- 1 History
- 2 Financial data
- 3 Operations
- 4 Subsidaries
- 5 Legal problems
- 6 Corporate structure
- 7 See also
- 8 References
Following Sandro Neri's March on Savotta and his rise to power, the new Nerist regime was left with control of the GSA, the previous regime's state-run petroleum company. Due to the increasing importance oil and gas was taking in Salisford, both economically and militarily, Neri charged Ezio Lattesi, one of his officers who had accompanied him across the Rubicon River, with reforming the GSA into a profitable and, most importantly, loyal corporation which could provide for Salisford's petroleum needs.
Lattesi's death and going public
Exploration and production
Gas and power
Refining and marketing
Engineering and construction
Workers rights disputes
Alleged association with militias and death squads in Creeperopolis
Drug trafficking accusations
Board of Directors
- "CRI Relazione Annuale 2020" (PDF). cri.sf. 2020.