The Company’s registered office and its main production capacities are located in the Republic of Serbia, which is the Balkan’s trading and investment center due to its geographic position.
Most of NIS oil and gas fields are located at the territory of Vojvodina (Serbia). NIS owns production capacities in Angola and Turkmenistan, as well as the company Jadran-Naftagas in the Republic of Srpska, established as a joint-venture with the company Neftegazinkor.
In Serbia, NIS owns a refinery compound, with two units, one in Pančevo and the other in Novi Sad, an LPG production unit, as well as a network of petrol stations in Serbia and the neighboring countries.
In 2012, NIS began started its regional expansion in two business direction:
- oil and gas exploration (in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary and Romania)
- development of the retail network (in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Romania and Bulgaria)
In 2012, NIS began expanding its operations in the fields of electricity generation, wind generation, and geothermal energy.
Russian company Gazprom Neft owns 56,15% of the NIS share capital, whereas 29,87% of shares is owned by the Republic of Serbia. The remaining shares are owned by the citizens, employees, and other minority shareholders.
NIS’s affiliated companies are located in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania, with registered offices in Russia, Angola, Turkmenistan, Belgium and Croatia.