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ZAGREB, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Croatia's oil and gas firm INA <INAI.ZA>, whose biggest shareholders are Hungary's energy group MOL <MOLB.BU> and the Croatian government, said::* 2019 sales up 1% to 22.6 billion kuna ($3.28 billion).* Operating profit (EBITDA) fell 18% to 2.86 billion kuna, mainly due to a 10% decline in Brent crude price.* Net profit was 725 million kuna against 1.69 billion kuna in 2018.* Capital investments in 2019 were 2.15 billion kuna, up from 1.82 billion kuna in 2018, with increased investments in refining and marketing.
Oct 28 (Reuters) - Croatia's Energy Group Ina <INAI.ZA>::SAYS JAN.-SEPT. PROFIT DOWN 36% YEAR/YEAR TO 681 MILLION KUNA ($101.4 MILLION).SAYS 9-MO REVENUES UP 2% YEAR/YEAR TO 16.5 BILLION KUNA .9-MO OPERATING PROFIT (EBITDA) UP 8% TO 2.4 BILLION KUNA .JAN.-SEPT. CAPITAL INVESTMENT UP 69% YEAR/YEAR TO 1.5 BILLION KUNA .
July 26 (Reuters) - Croatia's energy group INA <INAI.ZA> says::H1 NET PROFIT DOWN 65% YEAR/YEAR TO 188 MILLION KUNA ($28.35 million).H1 NET REVENUES UP 3% YEAR/YEAR TO 9.8 BILLION KUNA.OPERATING PROFIT (EBIDTA) FELL IN H1 11% YEAR/YEAR TO 1.17 BILLION KUNA.CAPITAL INVESTMENT MORE THAN DOUBLED IN H1 TO 1.18 BILLION KUNA.
ZAGREB, March 15 (Reuters) - Croatian energy group INA <INAI.ZA>, whose biggest shareholders are Hungary's MOL <MOLB.BU> with just below 50 percent and the Croatian government with an almost 45 percent stake, says::* It has expanded its retail network in Montenegro by acquiring five new locations from petrol station chain Pavgord. The locations include the capital Podgorica and the Adriatic city of Kotor.* INA will now operate 11 petrol stations in Montenegro, increasing its market share to 15 percent from just one percent in 2017.* The company says its medium-term goal is to become a major player in the Montenegro market.* Last month, INA posted 2018 revenues at 22.35 billion kuna ($3.41 billion), 20 percent higher than a year earlier, largely driven by higher hydrocarbon prices and higher sales. nL5N20G7W1.
Croatia's energy group INA <INA.ZA>, whose biggest shareholders are Hungary's energy firm MOL <MOLB.BU> with just below 50 percent and the Croatian government with almost 45 percent: INA's 2016 revenues were 15.6 billion kuna ($2.22 billion), down from 18.9 billion kuna a year before. . Returns to net profit for the first time since 2012. Last year's net profit was 101 million kuna against a net loss of 1.4 billion kuna in 2015. . Net debt continued to fall, hitting 2.5 billion kuna at the end of 2016 compared with 9.9 billion kuna in 2010. . INA is considering business options for one of its two refineries, located in the central town of Sisak, which had losses worth some 260 million kuna in 2016. ($1 = 7.0164 kuna) (Reporting by Igor Ilic; editing by Susan Thomas) ((firstname.lastname@example.org; +385 1 4899 970; mobile +385 98 334 053;)) Keywords: CROATIA INA/.
Ina dd:Requests Financial Conduct Authority as regulatory body to delist its GDR held by UK Listing Authority from the Official List of London Stock Exchange.The request is related to norms 144A GDR CUSIP: 45325E102, 144A GDR ISIN: US45325E1029, 144A GDR marked 027692818 and regulations GDR CUSIP: 45325E201, S GDR ISIN: US4532E2019, S GDR marked 027693008.The above mentioned GDRs are traded on London Stock Exchange under the ticker HINA.Management Board adopted a resolution concerning the abolition of GDR program considering that the number of GDRs was reduced significantly from 450,000 to 181.In addition, GDR trade stopped in last 12 months and there was no transaction on GDRs during that time.
Ina dd:On July 29, signs an agreement with Prirodni plin d.o.o.On July 30, it was submitted in the Commercial Court in Zagreb.Shareholders of the acquiring company whose shares together constitute at least part of the twentieth of the share capital entitled to convene a general meeting.General Meeting is to decide on approval or disapproval for the merger (merger agreement) no later than one month from the date of publication of the notice.
Ina dd:On Feb. 27 a package of resolutions related to INA’s obligation on delivering the gas produced in Croatia under regulated price, put forward by the Ministry of Economy, has been adopted-InPR.These resolutions oblige INA to sell the portion of its natural gas production for household supplies to state-owned company HEP as the wholesale market supplier, also introducing distributors’ purchase obligation from HEP.So far INA (through Prirodni plin) was selling gas by 2.200 Croatian kuna/m3 for the household segment while now INA shall sell by 1.7058Croatian kuna/m3 for the respective volumes.Parallel, the regulated sales price of HEP towards distributors to household customers will be 2.4032 Croatian kuna/m3.According to the new regulation - on a like-for-like basis, taking into account adjustments in cost items - INA will have to transfer, depending on the natural gas quantities, 250-350 million Croatian kuna annually from its own revenues to HEP.
Ina dd:Says it signed contracts of total value of 240 million Croatian kuna.Says the contracts were signed with four consortium of Croatian companies, two led by STSI, member of Ina Group and two for Koncar - Inzenjering za energetiku i transport and Djuro Djakovic Holding.Says the contracts are related to the Međimurje project which will bring production of three gas fields: Vuckovec, Vukanovec and Zebanec which commercially recoverable quantities of hydrocarbons estimated at around one billion m3.Says the total value of the project is about 360 million Croatian kuna.
Ina dd:Says it signed a contract with Jadrolinija on procurement of fuel for the period from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2014, continuing its cooperation with Jadrolinija.Says the contract is worth 350 million Croatian kuna and would provide about 55 million liters of fuel for Jadrolinija, almost exceeding the quantities delivered last year.
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