Gazpromneft's multi-fuel gas station, located at 42 Pulkovskoye Shosse, is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment that meets the applicable environmental and industrial safety standards. Two-sided fueling pumps make it possible to fuel up to thirteen cars at once.
The station sells AI-92 and AI-95 gasolines, G-Drive high-performance fuel, seasonal diesel fuel, as well as natural gas vehicle fuel, i.e. CNG and LPG.
The station includes electronic air pumps for tire inflation, window-washing facilities, a café, and a store with a wide range of accompanying goods, including those produced under the Gazpromneft trademark. An automatic carwash will soon be opened.
The multi-fuel gas station uses an after-payment system. Individual customers can pay with cash, credit, bonus points on the Nam Po Puti ("We're Going the Same Way") card, and corporate customers can pay with Gazprom Neft fuel cards.
Use of natural gas as a motor fuel is actively developing in the world, and is currently underway in over eighty countries. The average annual growth in the number of automobiles running on natural gas is 26 percent. Leading international automobile manufacturers produce over eighty natural gas vehicle models. In Russia, there are approximately 86,000 automobiles running on natural gas (in total, there are about 15 million such vehicles in the world).
At present, there are a total of 243 CNG fueling stations in 59 regions of the Russian federation. 208 of them belong to JSC Gazprom.
In 2011, 361.6 million cubic meters of CNG was sold at Russian CNG fueling stations, which is 16.6 million cubic meters more than in 2010, but still amounts to only 18 percent of the design capacity of Russia's CNG fueling stations.