Top 100 Companies

SEE countries, with their strengths and weaknesses, painted a mixed picture in 2012, but in general the slowdown in economic activity and rising unemployment rates put a mark on the year all around. The recession in the eurozone had unfavourable influence upon SEE countries’ foreign direct investment and external demand.

Total revenue and net profit/loss figures are in millions of euro.

(*) denotes net sales revenue for 2012 and 2011 as per K100
(**) denotes consolidated figures
(***) denotes gross profit/loss for 2012 and 2011

2012 2011 Company / Country Industry Total revenue
2012
Y/Y change
in revenue
Net profit/loss
2012
Net profit/loss
2011
1 1

OMV Petrom SA

Romania

Petroleum/ Natural gas 4 733 18.32% 869.5 853.2
2 3

Lukoil Neftochim Burgas AD

Bulgaria

Petroleum/ Natural gas 4 207 22.09% -48.1 -69.5
3 2

INA d.d.

Croatia

Petroleum/ Natural gas 3 607 0.03% 175.3 261.2
4 4

OMV Petrom Marketing SRL

Romania

Petroleum/ Natural Gas 3 427 10.33% 57.3 29.0
5 7

Petrol d.d.

Slovenia

Petroleum/ Natural Gas 3 263 14.11% 34.5 11.6
6 8

Rompetrol Rafinare SA

Romania

Petroleum/ Natural Gas 3 124 17.28% -67.2 -170.3
7 5

Automobile-Dacia SA

Romania

Automobiles 2 923 -3.63% 62.6 63.7
8 6

Aurubis Bulgaria AD

Bulgaria

Metals 2 717 -5.67% 102.8 115.7
9 9

Naftna Industrija Srbije AD

Serbia

Petroleum/ Natural gas 2 160 18.42% 436.2 389.2
10 18

Holding Slovenske Elektrarne d.o.o.

Slovenia

Electricity 1 956 43.29% 54.7 46.7