Montenegro has imported more than 185.712 tonnes of oil and oil derivatives worth €108,33 million since the beginning of the year, said the representatives of Customs Administration.
Most oil has been imported through more than 60 companies from Serbia, 25 German companies, around 14 companies from Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina and 5 Albanian companies.
Oil and its derivative have come to Montenegro from Japan, through Daido Metal company, British company Border Holdings Limited, the Dutch oil company, Briggs & Stratton and Latvian Uab Sct Lunricanst.
151 importers on the list
This year’s Montenegrin oil importers are Ina company, Jugopetrol, Voli Motors, Adriatic Marinas from Tivat, Port of Bar, Uniprom Energy Podgorica, Trebjesa… Chinese CRBD company also imports oil and oil derivatives into Montenegro.
As far as oil and gas research is concerned, two studies have been carried out. The first one lasted from 19 November to 18 December and was carried out by Italian-Russian concessionaire Eni-Novatek. Findings of the research will be known by the end of September whereas findings of the other research will be presented in the fourth quarter of the year.
Montenegro imports oil and its derivatives for the purposes of re-exportation too.
“The re-exporting process doesn’t include remaining quantities of regular import but quantities intended for the needs of re-export”, explained the representatives of Customs Administration.
Private companies make profit in this process.
What’s the price of re-exportation?
“Average price for this year amounts to €0,56 per liter. Re-exportation process refers to the procurement of ships and yachts in international traffic”, concluded the representatives of Customs Administration.