Management

A deeper sense and promise of Petrol is to improve the quality of life.

MA Tomaž Berločnik, President of the Management Board

MA Tomaž Berločnik (born in 1968) is a university graduate mechanical engineer and has a master's degree of economic sciences. He started his business career during his studies at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, where he founded RVS d.o.o. (Computer Engineering in Mechanical Engineering) with his friends. After completing his studies, he was employed as a project manager for the rehabilitation of companies in the then Development Fund of the Republic of Slovenia. Among other things, he was the President of the Management Board at Donit Tesnit d.d., President of the Management Board of Istrabenz d.d., and a member of the Supervisory Board of Petrol d.d., Ljubljana. The Supervisory Board appointed him as President of the Management Board for a five-year term of office beginning on 1 February 2011.

At its 17th meeting, on 3 February 2015, the Supervisory Board of Petrol d.d., Ljubljana, unanimously appointed MA Tomaž Berločnik, current Chairman of the Management Board of Petrol d.d., Ljubljana, for a new five-year term, which began on February 1, 2016.

Areas and responsibilities:

  • Purchase and logistics,
  • Process support,
  • Management and development of the sales point,
  • Technical Support

MA Rok Vodnik, Member of the Management Board

MA Rok Vodnik (born in 1970) has a Master's degree in Management and Organization. He started his business career at Avtotehna-Canon, then worked at Kolektor Group, where he led projects in the field of informatics, internationalization and analysis. In 1999, he went to the US where he managed the founding of the commerce company Comtrade USA and the manufacturing company TKI Inc. In 2002, he took over the duties of the executive director of the responsible for the commercial area in Kolektor Group d.o.o., where he was also a member of the management board. He was appointed as a member of the Management Board of Petrol on 30 August 2009.

At its 26th meeting, on 27 January 2016, the Supervisory Board of Petrol d.d., Ljubljana appointed him for a five-year term of office as a member of the Management Board, which began on February 1, 2016.

Areas and responsibilities:

  • Sales,
  • Trade,
  • Energy and environment,

Igor Stebernak, MBA, Member of the Management Board

Igor Stebernak, MBA, (born 1968) graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in 1994 and was employed as an advisor at the Institute for Marketing, Organization and Economics ITEO d.o.o.. In the same year, he also entered the MBA studies in the USA, which he completed in 1996. In 1995, he joined SKB banka as a project manager, became director of planning and economics in 1999, and in 2001 he was deputy executive director for the Finance division and director of controlling. In 2004, he assumed the duties of the director of the strategic planning and controlling at Zavarovalnica Triglav, and in 2009 he became a member of the Management Board for finance, accounting and controlling. Since 2012, he was a member of the Management Board of Abanka Vipa. Since 2009 he has been a member of the Association of Supervisors of Slovenia. In the role of supervisor, he worked in supervisory boards of insurance companies in the Triglav Group and Helios Domžale until 2014. His term of office of the member of the Management Board of Petrol began on 1 May 2015.

At its 26th meeting, on 27 January 2016, the Supervisory Board of Petrol d.d., Ljubljana appointed him for a five-year term of office as a member of the Management Board, which began on February 1, 2016.

Areas and responsibilities:

  • Business Support (Finance, Back Office, Accounting, Controlling, Informatics, Risk Management)

Ika Krevezel Panić, Member of the Board of Directors, Labor Director

Ika Krevzel Panić (born 1974) is a university graduate lawyer. She has been working at Petrol since 2007. She operates within the Legal Office.

She was appointed for a five year term of office from 10 December 2015. In terms of content, she covers the representation of workers' interests in relation to human resource, and social issues and relationships, formal procedures and methods of cooperation between the administration and employees.