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English Español Serbia’s NIS opens Gazprom fuel station in Belgrade motorway

NIS started developing a regional fuel station network under the premium Gazprom brand in 2012.



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Author: PetrolPlaza Correspondent Pablo Plaza

Serbian oil and gas company NIS opened a Gazprom-branded fuel station on the Belgrade - Novi Sad motorway following a 3 million euro ($3.5 million) investment. The new filling station also features chargers for electric vehicles, the company announced.

As one of the largest vertically integrated oil and gas companies in Southeast Europe, NIS is 56.15%-owned by Russia's Gazprom and 29.87% Serbian state-owned. The company started developing a regional fuel station network under the premium Gazprom brand in 2012.

NIS currently operates a network of more than 400 filling stations in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria and Romania, including 23 Gazprom-branded stations in Serbia, 19 in Romania, 35 in Bulgaria and 27 in Bosnia, and the budget brand filling stations NIS Petrol.

NIS’ main activities include the exploration, production and processing of oil and gas, in addition to the production and retail trade of petroleum products.

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