The supervisory board of JP “Srbijagas” adopted the company’s regular financial reports for the past year, balance sheets and profit and loss statements by activities, as well as a report on the implementation of the annual business program.
At the meeting, it was said that the total supply of natural gas has increased in 2022 compared to the previous year. This was primarily influenced by the injection of gas into the Banatski Dvor underground gas storage facility during the reporting period.
For the first time, additional supplies were provided in warehouses in Hungary, in continuous cooperation with the Government of the Republic of Serbia, competent ministries and all relevant institutions.
The adopted documents also state that the construction of energy facilities and connecting gas pipelines throughout Serbia continued last year.
“The largest investments were made in the gas pipelines Aleksandrovac – Tutin, Belgrade – Valjevo – Loznica and the gasification of Zemun, Sremska Mitrovica, Zrenjanin and other cities. In this regard, investments in the activity of the distribution system operator are significantly higher than in 2021,” stated “Srbijagas”.