NIS wants to reach 25 gas stations in Romania’s capital by end-2015

NIS Petrol Romania, indirectly controlled by Russian group Gazprom, plans to have between 20 and 25 gas stations in Bucharest and its surrounding regions by end-2015.

The company also plans to increase the number of filling stations in Romania to 120 by the end of 2015, said Vadim Smirnov, general manager of NIS Petrol Romania, according to local publication

NIS Petrol Romania is the subsidiary of Serbian company NIS, controlled by Gazprom. The company opened its first gas station in Romania last year and currently runs 13 local units.

«By the end of this year, we hope to have over 23 stations opened, but this depends on many factors», – added Smirnov.

On the Romanian fuel distribution market, NIS Petrol competes with companies such as OMV Petrom, Rompetrol or Lukoil.

Adapted from Romania-Insider


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