Lukoil will invest in Bosnia and Herzegovina
21. December 2007. | 11:16
The company is planning a supply with EU standars’ oil, construction of terminals, petrol pumps and sale of products of the existing distributional net.
The vise presidents of the Russian oil company Lukoil, Nikolaj Timofejevich Chorni and Anatolij Alekseevich Moskalenko at the meeting they realized with the Prime Minister of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Nedzat Brankovich and the federal minister of energy, mining and industry Vahid Hecho were discussing the intentions of this big company to invest in the oil sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina. As the yesterday’s “Dnevni Avaz” writes, the company is planning a supply with oil according to the European standards of quality, construction of terminals, petrol pumps and sale of products of the existing distributional net. The Prime Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brankovich, has pointed out at the meeting that it is in the country`s interest that the terminals that are in this sector and are in the property of the country should be put into work, and to be enabled that the transport of oil and oil derivates is mostly performed through the railway. He pointed out that with the construction of the highway and the B-C corridor there is an open possibility of accomplishing considerable incomes from the sale of the land property in that zone for construction of a service net (pumps, services, catering objects). The construction of the highway would be partly financed with those funds. (Nova Macedonia)