Significant changes during the reporting period regarding
the organization’s size, structure, ownership, or its supply chain
The procedure for the sale of 66% of the shares of DESFA by the two selling shareholders, the Greek State (HRADF) and HELLENIC PETROLEUM SA (HELPE) started in June 2017 through an international tender. Following two rounds of binding tenders, the Snam SpA, Enagás Internacional SLU and Fluxys SA were declared on 16 April 2018 as the preferred investor for a total consideration of € 535 million and after the successful pre-contractual audit by the Court of Auditors, the relevant transfer agreement was signed on 20 July 2017. Subsequently, all necessary approvals were provided by the European and Greek regulatory authorities and the necessary corporate actions were carried out by DEPA SA. ie the reduction of its share capital in order to become shareholders of DESFA, HRADF and HELPE by 65% and 35% respectively, and finally, the transfer of shares to the purchasing consortium “SENFLUGA Energy Infrastructure Holdings SA” on 20 December 2018. The share of the price for Hellenic Petroleum was € 283.7 million.
The refining operation stopped in January 2013. The company now operates as an importer and trader of fuels and is listed on the Macedonian Stock Exchange (MSE). Pucko Petrol v. Plasnica acquired 10.84% of OKTA’s shares in January 2013, previously held by PIOM, plus an additional 0.03% of OKTA’s shares in December 2013.
There are no significant changes, apart from working with a new local supplier in December 2013. No major change in the retail network, apart from the launch of two new petrol stations.
No major change, apart from the opening of 1 new COMO petrol station in Belgrade.