Bosnia and Herzegovina

Natural gas has been supplied to Bosnia and Herzegovina, part of the former Yugoslavia, since 1978. Until the break-up of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, gas had been supplied under the Intergovernmental Agreement of 1988. From 1993 to 1995, gas was supplied under a contract with Progresgas-Trading, a Russian-Yugoslavian joint venture. Since October 1995, Gazprom Export has been selling gas via the Energoinvest d.d. Sarajevo company (Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina). Since July 2015 gas is also being supplied to GAS-RES d.o.o. (Republika Srpska).

The total volume of gas delivered under the current contract with Energoinvest d.d. Sarajevo between 1997 and 2019 is about 5.33 bcm, including 178.3 mcm in 2019. Under the contract with GAS-RES d.o.o. in 2015–2019, 278.2 mcm of natural gas was supplied, including 57.2 mcm in 2019.