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The Gazpromneft filling station network secures “well known trademark” status in the Russian Federation

Russia’s Federal Service for Intellectual Property (Rospatent) has registered the Gazpromneft filling station network’s brand identity as a “well known trademark” — a designation covering various brand identifiers recognisable to consumers, including graphics and design, and the standard brand colours used in gas station fit-out (“look and feel”). Having the status of a well known trademark offers greater legal protection, remaining in force indefinitely and covering all goods and services under...

16 August 2021
Coffee sales revenues up 30% across the Gazpromneft filling station network

... network were up 12%, reaching RUB23.4 billion. Gazprom Neft, together with its partners, began offering motorists a new online ordering and delivery service in 2020, with food and hardware products now available for collection through the company’s filling stations. These partnering solutions are now available in Moscow and St Petersburg, and are expected to be rolled out to other regions across the network. The Gazpromneft filling station network clients can order a wide range of Utkonos and 220-Volt ...

2 March 2021
Gazprom Neft’s filling station network to run on alternative energy

... conditions, and can operate in temperatures from —35° to +31°С. “Environmental responsibility is one of the key principles driving Gazprom Neft’s operations — so we deploy innovative, cutting-edge solutions in constructing and upgrading our filling stations. Using ‘solar power’ technologies means we can reduce the demand on urban networks — which, in turn, reduces environmental impacts in energy generation. Added to which, given the effective service life of solar panels, the economic ...

9 October 2020
Gazprom Neft improves efficiency at its filling stations

The Gazprom Neft filling station network has begun the full-scale implementation of modern energy-efficiency technologies throughout its filling stations, with upgraded and modernised equipment at more than 600 outlets already increasing facilities’ energy efficiency by up to 50%. Deploying heat-recovery ventilation (HRV) systems throughout its filling stations means 60–95% of heat ...

21 July 2020
Gazprom Neft is engaging with start-ups to help develop an IT ecosystem for the fuel industry

Gazprom Neft is expanding its partnerships with Russian and international start-ups in developing and deploying new digital solutions for the ecosystem surrounding the fuel industry. Having launched its own accelerator programme — StartupDrive — the company is seeking to engage with specialist developers specialising in producing mobile services in logistics, cargo transportation, online services for drivers, car-sharing, gas station infrastructure and retail technologies. Sixteen projects, from...

11 June 2020
Gazprom Neft employees take part in the Russia Today international news agency’s “Selfless” project

... involved in continuous production, oilfield services and supporting organisations at all locations in which the company operates. A series of anti-epidemiological initiatives has been put in place to guarantee staff and visitors’ safety at Gazprom Neft filling stations. Plexiglass shields have been installed at checkouts, and special markings applied to filling-station floors to ensure social distancing. Cafes are operating “takeaway only”, with single-use cups for making hot drinks being dispensed ...

25 May 2020
The Gazprom Neft filling station network introduces online-factoring for goods and services suppliers in settling accounts

The Gazprom Neft filling station network is expanding the range of financing tools available to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) supplying goods and services to filling stations in settling accounts. Thanks to this online-factoring mechanism, network partners can obtain financing for goods and services on delivery, with no lower limit on the minimum amount involved. This online-factoring opportunity is being ...

9 April 2020
Gazpromneft filling-station network improves efficiency in online service delivery and non-fuel sales

Monthly sales of Gazprom Neft fuel to drivers using digital services — including the Gazprom Neft filling-station and AZC.GO apps — reached about 41,500 tonnes in 2019. Online payments through these two mobile apps are now available in all areas covered by the company’s filling station network. Growth in the number of people paying for fuel remotely is running at about 20% per month. Revenues from non-fuel sales and services throughout the Gazprom Neft filling station network in the Russian Federation...

2 April 2020
Gazprom Neft expands the geographic coverage of its filling station network in Russia

Gazprom Neft commissioned 92 new filling stations in Russia in 2019, expanding its network’s geographic coverage to now include 44 of Russia’s regions, with filling stations commencing operations in seven new districts — the Kursk, Lipetsk and Voronezh Oblasts, and the Republics ...

27 December 2019
Gazprom Neft introduces a “smart” equipment monitoring system throughout its filling station network

Gazprom Neft is the first vertically integrated oil company (VIOC) in Russia to bring the monitoring of all equipment at automated filling stations together in a single “smart” system — its “Infrastructure Monitoring Centre” (IMC). The IMC’s automatic monitoring and predictive analytics capacities mean equipment status and filling stations’ fuel-quality and safety ...

4 December 2019
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