Croatia Expands to Onshore Development


Croatia’s call for foreign investment in the development of its largely untapped oil and gas resources recently expanded to include onshore development.

In mid-July, the Croatian Hydrocarbons Agency announced the country would be opening its first onshore licensing round, making available 14,600 square kilometers (a little more than 5,630 square miles) divided into six blocks across the Drava, Sava and East Slavonia regions.

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Željka Rukavina