Croatian crude oil transportation company JANAF is constantly increasing its oil storage capacities and offering new services to its customers. Head of the company, Dragan Kovacevic said that JANAF wants to realize its plans on the establishment of liquid market in Omisalj in order to enable all aspects of oil trade to its partners.
JANAF’s current storage capacities amount to 1.5 million cubic meters of oil and 200,000 cubic meters of petroleum products and, according to the Head of Strategic Development department Gordana Sekulic, the company is currently investing in an increase of oil storage capacity by 160,000 cubic meters and petroleum products storage by additional 20,000 cubic meters, with the construction of two new tanks in Sisak and tank-farm in Zitnjak. Also, the construction of undersea oil pipeline between Krk island and the mainland has been competed and it will be commissioned next year.
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