Baku, November 2, AZERTAC
Azerbaijani oil company Nobel Oil will open its first filling station in Romania in December.
This will be located in Iasi, in the east of Romania, according to energyworldmag.com.
The group plans to build its next service station in Constanta, and reach 80-90 units in Romania in five years.
Romania is the first country where the company has decided to be active in the fuel retail. John Long, Nobel Oil Downstream director general, will be in charge of setting up the fuel stations in Romania. He has worked with Shell, Rompetrol and Lukoil, and helped them open 250 gas stations in Romania.