According to the Bank's website, this project finances the construction and operation of an industrial gas filling station near Belgrade in order to increase gas volumes available to the borrower to supply higher local demand and potentially cover other countries in the Western Balkans.
Istrabenz plini Beograd d.o.o. (the "Borrower"), a limited liability company organised in Serbia, and a fully owned subsidiary of Istrabenz plini d.o.o. (the "Guarantor"), a limited liability company incorporated in Slovenia.
The Guarantor is a limited liability company organised in Slovenia, a provider of solutions for gas supply (LPG, industrial gases, natural gas) and energy services to industrial companies and households in Slovenia and through subsidiaries in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia.
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Istrabenz plini, plini in plinske tehnologije, d.o.o. Sermin 8a, 6000 Koper, Slovenia
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