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INA at a glance

INA is a medium-sized European oil company with the leading role in Croatian oil business and a strong position in the region. INA Group consists of several subsidiary companies wholly or partially owned by INA, d.d.

Outside Croatia, INA manages an international upstream portfolio. Exploration and Production Business Segment is engaged in exploration, development and production of oil and natural gas in Croatia and abroad (Angola, Egypt). Refining and Marketing Business Segment’s key competencies are procurement and processing of oil as well as production, distribution and sales of oil products on the domestic and international markets. It operates two refineries located in Rijeka and Sisak.

Retail Services Business Segment operates a regional network of 441 active petrol stations in Croatia and in the neighbouring countries.

Protecting of shareholders’ interests and creating added value for them is the most important task of Ina as a dublic limited company. We continuously monitor compliance with the obligations in connection with the demands that arise from flotation of INA’s shares on various stock-markets and also maintain and improve INA’s relations with the investors.The structure of INA as a company is directed towards achieving these goals in the best possible way.





 
 

INA-Industrija nafte d.d. Zagreb (INA d.d.) is a joint stock company owned by the Hungarian oil company MOL (49.08 percent), the Republic of Croatia (44.84 percent) and institutional and private investors (6.08 percent).

Its shareholders equity amounts to HRK 9,000,000,000.00 and share capital is divided into 10,000,000 (ten million) ordinary shares which are traded on Zagreb Stock Exchange. All shares have been fully paid and issued with the nominal value of HRK 900.00 per share.

In 1993 INA became a joint stock company. In 2003 25% +1 share was sold to MOL Rt. Two years later, in 2005 7% of INA shares (700,000) were transferred to the Croatian Homeland Independence War Veterans and Their Family Member´s.

The initial public offering of 17% of INA shares was successfully launched in November 2006. The shares were listed on the Zagreb Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange where the trading in global depositary receipts (DRs) started. The initial offer of INA's shares had caused great interest of private and institutional investors in Croatia, and the demand was oversubscribed. In 2007 an additional 7% of shares were sold to employees and former employees.