Jadranski Naftovod (JANAF) announced on Monday, February 5, 2018, that its new contracts with NIS and the Hungarian MOL group were worth HRK 500 million (around EUR 67 million).
– At the beginning of the business year 2018, JANAF continues intensive business activities in the international market and contracts new jobs with foreign partners – Naftna Industrija Srbije, owned by Gazpromneft, and MOL Group – the press release says.
The head of the management of JANAF, Dragan Kovacevic, signed an agreement on business cooperation for the transport of oil in 2018 with NIS.
A two-year agreement on transport and storage of oil for 2018 and 2019 was also signed with MOL Group, JANAF says and points out that the jobs pertain to storage capacities of the Sisak terminal, as well as new storage capacities of the Omisalj terminal, as a result of investment activities of JANAF in the past two years.
JANAF previously notified the public of the new contracts through the Zagreb Stock Exchange, without disclosing the value of the agreements.