Azienda Nazionale Idrogenazione Combustibili
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Azienda Nazionale Idrogenazione Combustibili (ANIC) S.p.A was the name of an Italian company, which was to pursue the derivation of fuel by hydrogenation of brown coal. It was created in 1936 by AGIP and Montecatini as a joint company. It operates also three oil refineries. In 1953, it became a subsidiary of Eni.
In 1982 it was reformed as EniChimica and in 1984 it was merged into EniChem.
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