In addition to about 200 public filling stations, the enterprise owned almost 100 of so-called internal stations, 9 storage facilities and all the necessary transportation logistics.
The filling station "Avalski put", Belgrade, was awarded the title of The best filling station in Yugoslavia in 1990!
In May 1992, the enterprise changed its name to DP Beopetrol, taking a little blue elephant for its trademark.
Around mid-year, the UN Security Council imposed economic sanctions to the then Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. During that period, Beopetrol operated on the verge of existence, similarly as all the other companies in the country, but it managed to achieve the net revenue that provided for the minimum living standards of its employees and their families. The sanctions were lifted on October 2, 1996.
In 1997, at the regular enterprise assembly session, the decision was made to transform SOE Beopetrol to the joint-stock company Beopetrol AD Beograd.
During NATO aggression on FR Yugoslavia, which lasted from March 24 to June 10, 1999, Beopetrol AD suffered considerable material damage. The storage facilities in Doljevac near Niš and in Bogutovac near Kraljevo were destroyed. The material damage was extensive, but fortunately, there were no casualties.