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English Español Rompetrol opens new site in Romania

This is the fifth station in Vrancea County and joins the other four Rompetrol stations in Focsani. The total investment amounts to approximately 1.4 million USD.



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Author: PetrolPlaza Correspondent Pablo Plaza

The new gas station features a wide range of facilities and services: four Efix and EfixS fuel pumps, a high capacity truck pump, an Adblue tank, vignette purchase service, prepay card top-up, air / water. The station is also equipped with a liquefied petroleum gas supply point, a cylinders rack and also with a “hey” restaurant.

”In the new station from Adjud, Rompetrol customers will find quality fuels produced by the largest refinery in Romania and one of the most modern in the Black Sea region - Petromidia Năvodari", says Serghei Sevcenco, Rompetrol Downstream General Director.

The station is equipped with an electric charge point, a service offered free of charge to all Rompetrol customers who own electric or hybrid cars. With a capacity of 50KW it is able to charge two cars at the same time.

Rompetrol Downstream, the retail division of the KMG International Group in Romania, owns 13 electric charge points in its gas station network, 4 of which are in Moldova region (Vrancea - Adjud, Iasi and 2 in Bacau).

By opening the Adjud station, KMG International continues its development at the national level. The company operates in Romania a fuel distribution network consisting of 918 fueling stations (own stations, partner stations, mobile stations: express, internal bases of 5, 9 and 20 cubic meters), up by 14% compared to the level of 2017. There are also 6 fuel depots (Arad, Craiova, Mogoşoaia, Simleul Silvaniei, Vatra Dornei and Zarnesti), as well as the three liquefied petroleum cylinders filling stations (Bacău, Arad and Pantelimon).

Total fuel sales of Rompetrol Downstream and Rompetrol Gas reached 2,38 million tons (petrol, diesel, liquefied petroleum gas) last year, up by 6% compared to the level of 2017.

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