Croatian Ina, Hungarian Mol eye oil company Montenegro Bonus.

By bne IntelliNews March 11, 2011
Croatian oil company Ina and Hungarian oil company Mol are interested in acquiring a stake in Slovenian-Montenegrin company Petrol Bonus and in acquisition of the state-owned local peer Montenegro Bonus, newswire seebiz.eu reported. Petrol Bonus was established in July 2007 as a 50-50 joint venture between the Slovenian oil company Petrol and Montenegro Bonus. The Slovenian firm had to invest EUR 154.5mn in five years in the construction of 15 petrol stations in the country. However, Slovenians delayed the investments and the contract is likely to be annulled. The Croat-Hungarian consortium might replace Slovenian Petrol as Montenegro Bonus partner in Petrol Bonus.

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