Chairman of the Management Board of Gazprom Neft Alexander Dyukov arrived on working visit to Serbia

December 12, 2013

On December 9 in the one-day visit to Belgrade arrived Chairman of the Management Board of "Gazprom Neft", Alexander Dyukov. During the visit Alexander Dyukov held working meetings with Russian Ambassador to Serbia Alexander Chepurin, Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic, First Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Vucic, as well as Minister of Energy, development and environmental protection Zorana Mihajlovic and Minister of Natural Resources, Mining business and Spatial Planning Milan Bacevic. During the meetings the representatives of the Russian and Serbian party have positively assessed the results of NIS in 2013 and discussed the prospects for expanding the company's business in the region. Among the key topics of discussion were the issues and strategic directions for the further development of the NIS, and implementation of new investment projects in the field of processing, exploration and production of hydrocarbons. Parties have confirmed the necessity to maintain stable operating conditions NIS in order to implement further investment plans of the company. Also the issue of payment of state enterprises debts was raised. Following the visit Alexander Dyukov said: “We coincide with Serbian partners in positive assessments of NIS progress in the past few years, in our views on the further development of the company and its investment projects, as well as the conditions necessary for their implementation. We appreciate the support and understanding that we receive, including with such complex issues as the debt of state enterprises. I am sure that all the issues concerning the future of NIS and its further development we will solve constructively in the interest of our joint company “. In addition, during the visit Alexander Dyukov has visited the new training center of Block "Sales and Distribution" NIS, where he was informed about the methods of training personnel to work at the Company’s petrol stations.