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LUKOIL in the Republic of Croatia

LUKOIL has been present in the Republic of Croatia since late 2007, when it registered a local subsidiary — LUKOIL Croatia d.d.o. as part of its international marketing network.

Among its most noteworthy projects in Croatia are the acquisition in 2008 of Evropa-Mil d.d.o.,

the purchase in 2010 of Crobenz d.d., the launch of deliveries of petroleum products produced at the ISAB refinery complex (Sicily) via the JANAF terminal in Omišalj, the construction of 15 new gas stations across the country, as well as deliveries to the Croatian Compulsory Oil Stocks Agency (HANDA) in 2010 and 2014.

The Company operates in the country through a retail network, which at the end of 2015 comprised 52 gas stations and two bulk plants. At the end of 2015, LUKOIL's share in the local motor fuels retail market was about 8 percent by sales volume.

Company Presence

LUKOIL Croatia Ltd. ПермКрай_иконка_Сбыт-нефтепродуктов.jpg    Petroleum Product Marketing

LUKOIL provides regular financial support to the Letopis magazine, the only Russian-language periodical in Croatia. The magazine helps unite all Russian expatriates in Croatia in an organized manner and join efforts in protecting their rights. It is popular both in the Russian-speaking community and the Croatian civic circles.

The Company has provided financial support to the Julian Rachlin & Friends chamber music festival and the Libertas international film festival in Dubrovnik.

On October 1, 2011, upon LUKOIL's initiative and with its financial support, a concert of the Tchaikovsky Grand Symphony Orchestra directed by Vladimir Fedoseev was held in the Vatroslav Lisinski concert hall in Zagreb. The concert was attended by Zagreb's Mayor Milan Bandić, Croatian President's spokesperson Joško Klisović, EU Ambassador, Head of the EU Delegation in Croatia Paul Vandoren, Russia's Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador to Croatia Robert Markaryan, Kazakhstan's Minister and Councilor in Croatia Yerzhan Kazykhanov, as well as Croatian businessmen and cultural figures.

In the past several years, LUKOIL, jointly with Zagreb's Mayor, has been extending gifts and sports gear to children from Beslan on vacation at Red Cross retreats in Croatia.

LUKOIL provides assistance and financial support to the Peaceful Skies annual sailing regatta, a major European social and pedagogical project involving orphaned children and children from disadvantaged families from different countries, such as Slovenia, Croatia, Austria, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia.

LUKOIL provided financial support to a school in Vukovar so that it could purchase computers for its students. LUKOIL also supports the Fra Salvko Barbarić Foundation for talented students.

Capraška ulica 6, 10000 Zagreb, Hrvatska


Priljevo 22 A, 32 000 VUKOVAR