NIS a.d. Novi Sad


Address /
Contact person

Narodnog fronta 12
21000 Novi Sad, Serbia
Mr. Svetozar Eremić, svetozar.eremic(at)
Directorate for External Affairs and Foreign Government Relations,


NIS is one of the biggest vertically integrated energy companies in Southeast Europe. Its principal activities are exploration, production and processing of crude oil and gas, sale of a broad range of petroleum products, as well as the implementation of energy projects. Transformation of NIS from a national petroleum company into a regional energy holding is incorporated in the company’s Development Strategy by 2020. In accordance with sustainable development as a guiding principle, NIS is continuously expanding its operations in the fields of renewable and sustainable energy (utilization of natural gas for electricity generation, wind generation and geothermal energy).


Key Business / Risk Area

Business Areas:




Infrastructure & Construction


Social science & humanities



Industrial Technologies





Risk Areas:

Risk Governance

Industrial Risk

Environmental Risks

Occupational Risks

Financial Risks

Social/Societal Risks

Health Risks

Asset Integrity Risks (RBI etc.)

Life Cycle Analysis

Standards and Regulations















Main Products / Services

Energy (renewable, steam and electrical), crude oil, gas, petroleum products (fuels, motor oils, solvents etc.)

Key Projects
(running or just finished)

  • iNTeg-Risk - Early Recognition, Monitoring and Integrated Management of Emerging, New Technology related Risks,
  • SafeLife-X - Safe Life Extension management of aged infrastructures networks and industrial plants,
  • RiskNIS - Risk Management and Use of Risk-Based Approaches in Inspection, Maintenance and HSE analyses of NIS a.d. Plants,
  • MiReCOL - Mitigation and Remediation of CO2 Leakage,



Why we joined EU-VRi?

  • Expanding the network of NIS’s international partners
  • Ensuring better opportunities for participation in EU / international projects
  • Improving knowledge and skills of NIS’s employees and experts concerning mandatory integrated risk management standards currently applicable at European level and familiarization with future obligations of Serbia in this specific field in the context of its EU accession process