Exhibition of conceptual designs from the “Energy for the Future” Contest

    • Conceptual designs for the construction of the first green filling station in Croatia presented
    • Exhibition to remain open by October 28

    Zagreb, October 22, 2013 – An exhibition of conceptual designs submitted in “Energy for the Future” Contest for the Filling Station Stupnik East was opened at the seat of the Architects’ Society Zagreb at 6:00 pm yesterday. Public consultations were held and the contestants had an opportunity to speak with the Contest Panel. The exhibition will remain open until Monday, October 28, 2013. Everyone interested is welcome to visit the exhibition and take a look at the conceptual designs for the first so-called “green” filling station in Croatia.

    The authors of the best three designs were presented with awards. Authors Petar Starčević and Goran Karlović received the first award.

    INA launched the “Energy for the Future” Project with the purpose of building a self-sustainable, environment-friendly and innovative retail facility in mind in line with the Company’s standing dedication to the principles of sustainable development in its business. INA’s first filling station of this type will be built in Zagreb at the location of the existing station Stupnik East. The plan is to have it completed in the second half of 2014.

    About INA Group
    INA Group holds the dominant position in Croatian oil business and a strong position in the region in the oil and gas exploration and production, oil processing, and oil and oil products distribution activities. The Group is comprised of a number of companies either partially or fully owned by the company INA, d.d. The registered office of the company is at Avenija Veceslava Holjevca 10, Zagreb, Croatia. In the E&P segment, INA currently operates, in addition to Croatia, in Angola and Egypt. Refining activities are based in INA’s refineries; Rijeka and Sisak, while the regional retail network is comprised of 454 petrol stations in Croatia and neighboring countries.

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