Gazprom Neft’s anti-COVID-19 programme

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Gazprom Neft expands the geographic coverage of its free servicing for ambulances and emergency services vehicles

G-Energy Service stations are now providing free oil changes for ambulances and emergency services vehicles in 29 regions throughout Russia, as well as in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Servicing is being provided free of charge under the “Gazprom Neft for Medics” initiative, part of the company’s “Antivirus” programme directed at preventing the spread of COVID-19.

Gazprom Neft has been offering transport departments at medical institutions with a service plan whereby ambulances and emergency services vehicles can drop in at any G-Energy Service Station at a convenient time — including dropping into a service station for a few minutes between call-outs, provided they are able to call reasonably well in advance. Motor oils and other supplies are selected specifically for each type of engine. All health and anti-virus measures are stringently adhered to in undertaking works at service stations, and technicians provided with all necessary PPE.

More than 700 vehicles have been serviced since this initiative was launched, and more than 5,500 litres of G-Energy and Gazprom Neft lubricants and motor oils have been provided.

Notes for editors

G-Energy Service is a joint project run by Gazprom Neft in conjunction with small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs), bringing distributors and local service stations together in joining with the company in providing high-quality technical servicing. High-tech G-Energy automotive lubricants, produced by Gazprom Neft subsidiary Gazpromneft-Lubricants, are used in service stations’ operations and work. The branded service-station network covers 210 stations, in 19 countries worldwide.