Croatia: Oil market trends 2014 report

1. September 2015. / News Serbia Energy

Total production of oil products in 2014th amounted to 2.4 million tons of petroleum products, which is 12% less than in 2013th. According to the chart available in the HERA Report, 79% of refining makes imported crude oil, 17% domestic crude oil and 4% domestic condensates. Let’s add this that INA Ltd. also in 2014th continued with the production of fuels that meet EURO V quality requirements.

Price of petroleum products is not regulated, namely, it is determined by market principles. In addition to petroleum products from domestic production, a significant share on the Croatian market is held by petroleum products from import. According to the data submitted to the Agency by energy entities, total import in 2014th was 1.15 million tons of petroleum products.

The three energy undertakings produced and distributed in 2014th a total of 35,279 t of biodiesel, which is an increase in production of 5.5% compared to 2013th. These entities have a storage capacity of 1,768 m3. The total production capacity of biofuels in 2014th was 179 t / day. The largest share in the structure of the raw material in the biofuels production makes rapeseed with 95.2%, while waste edible oil makes up only 4.8%.

Energy undertakings for generation, distribution and supply in the Republic of Croatia provide space heating and domestic hot water for approximately 155,000 end customers, of which more than 95% of the total number of final customers belongs to the household category.

Energy companies have delivered over 2 TWh to households and industrial consumers in 2014th. The total length of the distribution network and the external installation is about 430 kilometers. According to the Report on the Work of the Croatian Energy Regulatory Agency (CERA) for 2014th, compared manufactured and supplied heat for all heating systems and for all energy subjects, average losses in 2014th amounted to 16%.

At the central heating systems in the cities of Zagreb, Osijek, Sisak, Samobor, Velika Gorica, Rijeka, Karlovac, Slavonski Brod and Vukovar in respect of all heating systems are connected 84.7% of end customers, or 88.6% of heated area, to which has been supplied 92.1% of thermal energy. , transmits Serbia-energy.eu

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