MOL reluctant to give away Romanian plans
Hungarian oil and gas company MOL will continue to keep its contractual relationship with Romanian peer Petrom, MOL said when asked about press reports that it does not want to buy vehicle fuel from Petrom and will build its own fuel storage facility in Romania.
NewsIn noted that Petrom has about 500 petrol stations in Romania, making it the biggest player on the market.
MOL told MTI on Wednesday that, although company experts are continually looking for possibilities to boost efficiency, the reports in the Romanian press do not apply to the present situation and they have nothing to announce regarding the Romanian report.
MOL said “ideas on the drawing board” do not affect the company's relationship with Romanian partners neither in the short or the middle term. (MTI – Econews)
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