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Serbia, Janaf signed a two-year crude oil transport contract with NIS

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Jadranski naftovod (Janaf) reported on Wednesday that it has concluded a contract with the Oil Industry of Serbia (NIS) on the transportation of crude oil for the period from January 1, 2023 to December 31, 2024.
NIS reserved the transport capacities of Janaf on the principle of “full for empty” in the amount of 6,200,000 ±10 percent of oil tons.

In the press release, the statement of the Janaf Management is conveyed, which expressed its satisfaction with the conclusion of this long-term contract for transport, with which they will continue their cooperation with a long-term partner in 2023.

As they stated, the Adriatic pipeline has once again proven to be a guarantor of energy security in the wider region.

It is also a confirmation that Janaf can fully provide safe supply to all users of the transport system under all conditions on the market.

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“For us, the conclusion of this contract is the announcement of another successful business year that is ahead of us and in which we hope to further develop relations with existing and new partners, to the satisfaction of all employees and shareholders”, pointed out the Janaf Management Board led by the President of the Management Board Stjepan Adanić and Board member Vladislav Veselic, SEEBIZ reports.

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