LUKoil hopes to build network of 150 filling stations in Ukraine

Dec 15, 2000 01:00 AM

LUKoil plans to build a network of 150 filling stations in Ukraine over the next three years, said LUKoil-Ukraina's Director General Nikolai Kadenyuk. According to Kadenyuk, the company plans to occupy up to 20 % of the Ukrainian petroleum product market.
Stations will be built in the Crimea and the Odessa, Zaporizhya and Ivano-Frankivsk regions as well as Kyiv. LUKoil-Ukraina currently has about 35 filling stations in several Ukrainian regions, the Crimea excluded.

Source: Ukrayinski Novyny via NewsBase
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