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First Gazprom Neft G-Energy Service station opens in Hungary

Gazpromneft Lubricants, operator of the Gazprom Neft lubricants business, has opened its first technical service station (garage) in Hungary, under the company’s international own-brand G-Energy Service programme. This is the seventh international service station to be opened under the programme.

Located 60 kilometres from Budapest, near the town of Hatvan, the station has capacity to service approximately 30 cars per day.

The G-Energy Service facility is equipped with nine modern oil change points, operated by qualified staff. Lubricants and engine fluids supplied to the station by Gazpromneft Lubricants are designed for various brands of modern cars, both under guarantee, and thereafter. All products supplied are fully compliant with international quality standards.

In addition to this, station staff undertake diagnostics, wheel re-alignment, body work, tyre fitting, replacement of brake pads and batteries, and maintenance of air conditioning systems. The centre offers a comfortable and fully equipped visitors’ area.

As part of its G-Energy Service programme, Gazpromneft Lubricants supports partner service centres working under the G-Energy Service brand in helping source specialist equipment, training staff, and fitting out new service centres.

The programme has already been initiated at more than 30 centres throughout Russia, Italy, Georgia, Armenia, Belarus and Kazakhstan. All centres offer a full range of services, and are equipped with the latest technological equipment, meeting the highest standards of industrial and environmental safety. The G-Energy Service programme is expected to grow throughout Russia, the CIS, Western Europe, the Middle East, and other regions.

Gazpromneft Lubricants CEO Alexander Trukhan commented: “The G-Energy Service programme allows us to provide motorists not only with high-quality lubricants, but also with a consistently excellent level of service everywhere we operate. Initiating the programme in Hungary is a major event, marking a major step forward in developing our company’s international business. Having our own production facilities — in Italy and Serbia — means we are well-placed for operating in the European market. I have no doubt that European motorists choosing G-Energy and Gazprom Neft motor oils will also appreciate the quality offered by G-Energy Service stations.”

Notes for editors

Gazpromneft Lubricants Ltd (“Gazpromneft Lubricants”) is a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft, specialising in the production and sale of oils, lubricants and service fluids. Established in 2007, Gazpromneft Lubricants Ltd has five production facilities throughout Russia, Italy and Serbia. Total production volumes stand at 500,000 tonnes of premium oils, lubricants and service fluids per year. The Omsk Lubricants Plant includes Russia’s most cutting-edge facility for the mixing, dispensing and packaging of motor oils, with a total annual capacity for blending and packaging of 300,000 tonnes per year. Management policies at Gazpromneft Lubricants and its production assets are fully compliant with international ISO standards, including ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 16949 and OHSAS18001. The company supplies its products for production lines at Daimler KamAZ Rus, Rostelmash, Derways Automobile Company, KAMAZ, the Avtotor group of companies (producing Hyundai vehicles), GAZ Group, UAZ (Sollers), and BelAZ. The company’s products are used by corporate organisations including Severstal, SIBUR, Gazprom, Evraz, MMK (OJSC Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works), TMK, NLMK Group, RUSAL, ALROSA Group, Russian Railways, and other major industrial enterprises. The company’s product range includes 500 branded oils and lubricants across all market sectors (more than 1,200 products in total). The company’s products have received more than 250 endorsements from major equipment manufacturers including BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, Volvo, Renault, General Motors, Cummins, MAN Russia, ZF, KAMAZ, AvtoGAZ, Bosch Rexroth, and others. The company currently commands a 15-percent share of the Russian lubricants market, as well as operating in the markets of the CIS and the Baltic States, Europe, Central and South—East Asia, Africa, and elsewhere. The company’s products are sold in more than 60 countries worldwide.