Shell sells 16% stake in Czech refining company to partner
Česká rafinérská operates refineries in Litvínov and Kralupy (Czech Republic), currently the only two running refineries in the Czech Republic, with a total conversion capacity of 8.7 Mt/year of crude oilhttps://estore.enerdata.net/energy-forecasts/unconventional-oil-and-oil-peak-study.html. The company is a joint venture of three shareholders: Unipetrol with 51.22%, Eni with 32.445% and Shell with 16.335%. It was established in 1995 and started operating in the processing mode with no sales activities as a cost-plus entity in 2003.
After completion of the transaction expected at the beginning of 2014 Unipetrol shareholding interest will increase to 67.555% of the share capital.
Source: http://www.enerdata.net/enerdatauk/press-and-publication/energy-news-001/ 13 November 2013