Gore, ranked ninth with revenue per capita of 426.6 euro versus 426.3 euro a year earlier.
Oil refinery Okta showed the best performance among Macedonian companies. It is 19th on the list with revenue per capita of 290.2 euro in 2012 compared with 323 euro in 2011.
Just one place ahead of Okta was Serbia’s best player, oil and gas firm Naftna Industrija Srbije. Its revenue per capita rose to 296.9 euro in 2012 from 271.2 euro in 2011.
Bosnia’s top performer, oil company Optima Grupa, occupied the 34th place. Its revenue per capita grew to 171.4 euro in 2012 from 150.9 euro in 2011.
Five companies from Romania entered the 2012 revenue-per-capita ranking. Oil and gas group OMV Petrom, which is the leader in the SEE TOP 100 companies ranking, is 28th in terms of revenue per capita. The company went up by three positions after its revenue per capita increased to 216.6 euro from 187.2 euro.
Albania had three representatives in the ranking with Bankers Petroleum showing the best result among them. The firm ranked 53rd with revenue per capita of 126.1 euro.
Only one company from Moldova found a place on the latest SEE TOP 100 per capita list. Gas utility Moldovagaz SA took the 78th position with revenue per capita of 97.5 euro. TOP 100 per capita is a ranking based on the same pool of 1,200 companies as in TOP 100 companies. The ranking is compiled by dividing the total revenue in euro of each company by the population estimate in the country of registration. This benchmark indicates the importance of individual companies for the local economies.