April 2007

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The southeast of Europe can feel more or less impenetrable to an English speaker based in the snowy north, so I was pleased to bump into my old friend Ozren in Italy the other day. Ozren lives in Serb..

Wright, Tim L., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The southeast of Europe can feel more or less impenetrable to an English speaker based in the snowy north, so I was pleased to bump into my old friend Ozren in Italy the other day. Ozren lives in Serbia and works as development manager at the Pancevo refinery near Belgrade. He's right in the midst of the dramatic changes in the region's industry, so his perspective is an intimate one. He's a warm-hearted enthusiast and talented chemical engineer who has had to face challenges that would defeat many a lesser man. Now he's a key figure in preparing his refinery, part of state-owned NIS Petroleum Industries Serbia, for privatization. When I spoke to him in Florence, he'd recently been putting

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