Eight automatic filling stations belonging to the Gazpromneft network opened in Moscow in the fourth quarter of 2013.
The automatic filling stations function without attendants. Customers can pay for fuel themselves at the self-service terminal with cash or using fuel or bonus cards. It takes approximately three minutes to fuel a car. Consultants are on duty for the convenience of motorists. When required, the consultants can help customers complete payment at the terminal.
The new stations are located on Vyborgskaya Street, Lyublinskaya Street, and Namyotkin Street, as well as Michurinsky Prospekt, Leninsky Prospekt, Korovinskoye Shosse, and Serebryakov Proyezd. The filling stations sell Ai-92, Ai-95, and G-Drive 95 gasoline, as well as diesel fuel produced at Gazprom Neft oil refineries.
A total of ten Gazpromneft automatic filling stations are in operation in Moscow today. Four more automatic filling stations will open before the end of 2013 as part of the network’s renovation program in Moscow.
“The automatic filling station format is a promising one in the big cities and in architecturally dense urban environments due to the stations’ compact size, their high fueling speed, and high throughput. We are planning to have 33 Gazpromneft automatic filling stations up and running in Moscow by late 2015,” said Gazprom Neft Regional Sales Director Alexander Krylov.
The Gazpromneft filling station network includes 98 stations in Moscow and 39 in Moscow Oblast, and a total of approximately 1,300 stations in Russia and the CIS countries.
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