Croatia earthquake no threat to INA upstream, downstream businesses

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A 6.3 magnitude earthquake in Croatia has put neither the upstream nor downstream businesses of local oil and gas company INA at risk, the communications department of Hungary's MOL, which has management rights in INA, told Hungarian news agency MTI on Tuesday.

The epicenter of the earthquake, near Petrinja, was 12 km from INA's industrial base in Sisak.

MOL said the earthquake caused minimal damage to buildings at the base in Sisak, while INA's refinery in Rijeka was outside of the area affected by the earthquake.

Market supply is ensured and secure, MOL added.

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