Supplies of Russian gas to Croatia started in 1978 within the deliveries to Yugoslavia. On November 10, 1992, an Intergovernmental agreement for Russian natural gas supply of up to 1.2 bcma until the end of 2010 was signed.

In 2005-2010, supply of natural gas to Croatia was performed by Gazprom Export within the framework of the long-term contract with the INA Industrija Nafte Company (since September 2009, the rights and obligations of the buyer have been transferred to Prirodni Plin d.o.o. as a result of the reorganization). Actually supplied to Croatia volumes of Russian natural gas were 1.1 to 1.2 bcma.

Supply of natural gas to Croatia in 2012 was performed by Gazprom Schweiz AG within the contracts with Croatian Prvo plinarsko društvo d.o.o. (PPD). Since 2017, natural gas addressed to PPD has also been delivered under the contract with Gazprom Export LLC.

In 2017, Gazprom Export and PPD signed a long-term contract on natural gas supply in 2017 – 2027. In 2018, within this contract Gazprom Export supplied to Croatia 2.04 bcm of gas.