MOL Romania sales rise 7% in Q1


Sales of MOL Romania, the Romanian unit of Hungarian oil and gas company MOL, saw a year-on-year rise of 7% in its sales in volume terms in the first quarter of this year, the company told Hungarian news agency MTI on Friday, May 8. 

The company added that the current figures include total sales of fuel and lubricants, with sales rising to 121,000 tons from 113,000 tons. According to MOL Romania, sales of diesel rose 5% to 87,000 tons and sales of vehicle gas increased by 7% to 31,000 tons.

The firm added that sales were helped by the expansion of the network of filling stations. The MOL group purchased ENI Romania, including 42 filling stations, in February 2015, increasing the number of its gas stations in Romania to 200.


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