Total
USD $0.00
 
 
Serbia

Company Overview of NIS A.D.

An EMIS Company Report EMIS is an ISI Emerging Markets Group Company USD 29.95 Industry: Crude Petroleum Extraction Available in: English Format: PDF Download Most recent financial data: 2017 Buy full report

What’s included?

This report extracts all available information about Naftna Industrija Srbije A.D. Novi Sad from EMIS' database of company information. The Table of Contents on the right indicates the categories of information that will be included in your report upon purchase.

Download a sample report

Company Tear Sheet (locked content will be provided in the purchased report)

Contact Information

Headquarters
Narodnog Fronta 12
Novi Sad; South Backa; Map
Postal Code: 21000

Tel: +381-21-481-
Fax: +381-21-481-

Email:
@nis.eu; servis.akcionara@nis.eu

Website:
http://www.nis.eu/

Company Description
Serbian oil monopoly Naftna Industrija Srbije (NIS) is one of the country's largest companies. It is primarily engaged in the following areas - oil and gas exploration, production and refining, sales and distribution of petroleum products, implementation of petrochemical and energy projects. The company, which was established in 1968, operates two refineries in the towns of Pancevo and Novi Sad. Approximately USD 700 million were needed to upgrade both facilities that were badly damaged during the NATO air strikes on Yugoslavia in 1999. It also runs a LPG production unit in Elemir. In July 2005, NIS signed a memorandum of understanding on setting up a 50-50 joint venture with Russia's oil company LUKOIL. Under the agreement, NIS would refine 1.5-4.5 million tonnes of LUKOIL's crude per year.
In October 2005, NIS launched a restructuring plan designed to split the company into four units by spinning off non-core from core activities. The government set up two public companies operating oil and gas pipelines. The third company is NIS and it handles crude oil exploration, refining, distribution and trade. Another unit is in charge of the hotels and restaurants previously run by the monopoly.
At end of January 2009, Russian Gazprom paid EUR 400 million to acquire a 51% stake in NIS. The Russians took control of the Serbian oil monopoly through oil company Gazprom Neft.
In 2010, as a part of the government’s share giveaway plan, some 5 million citizens, employees and former workers received free NIS shares and thus the state decreased its stake in the company from 49% to 29.7%. In June 2010, NIS was transformed into a public company and on August 30th it was listed on the local stock exchange.
Naftna Industrija Srbije operates a retail network of more than 350 retail facilities on the territory of Serbia. It exports motor fuel, benzene, toluene, asphalt bitumen and industrial bitumen to the EU, Ukraine, Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
NAICS Industry Classification
Main Activities: Crude Petroleum Extraction | Natural Gas Extraction | Petroleum Refineries
Secondary Activities: Gasoline Stations | Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing | Petroleum and Petroleum Products Merchant Wholesalers
Basic Information
Total Employees:
5,973 (2016)
Outstanding Shares:
: ()
Registered Capital:
()
Financial Auditors:
()
Incorporation Date:
October 01, 2005
Profile Updated:
May 31, 2018
Key Executives
Chairman of the Board of Directors
Member of the Board of Directors
Member of the Board of Directors
Member of the Board of Directors
Member of the Board of Directors
More
Ownership Details
Gasprom Neft (Russia)
56.15%
More
Key Financial Highlights
2018 Q1
Net sales revenue
Total operating revenue
Operating profit (EBIT)
EBITDA
Net Profit (Loss) for the Period
Total assets 379,342,851
Total equity
Operating Profit (EBIT) Margin
Return on Sales (ROS)
Return on Equity (ROE)
Debt to Equity
Quick Ratio
Cash Ratio
Note: units in Thousands. Statement: Non-Audited, Consolidated
Source: Belgrade Stock Exchange, EMIS Company Database.
Financial Performance Charts
Top Competitors

Financial Statements

Annual Statements
Ratios

EMIS Credit Analytics

EMIS Benchmark Score
Enterprise ACCESS

If you need regular and ongoing access to company information, you should consider a subscription to the full EMIS service.

EMIS company profiles are part of a larger information service where that combines company, industry and country data and analysis for over 125 emerging markets on a unique information platform.

Request a demonstration of the EMIS service

To view more information, Request a demonstration of the EMIS service