Snam


Q1 22: unregulated activities continued to make their mark

13/05/22 -"Snam’s Q1 22 EBITDA was up 5.2% yoy to €588m driven by RAB growth, higher volumes and a one-off sale of gas inventories that more than offset a cut in the regulated WACC. The continuing expansion of ..."

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13/05/22
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